I don't see women and think of them as competition or with judgment. Women really move me. I feel connected to all kinds of women. I am angry because I think we've been mistreated throughout history in different countries, including America. I admire women.
Maybe philosophy - I love talking about ideas. Or maybe art history. I was thinking about psychology, then I got really afraid because everybody says it's terribly boring.
After about 20 years of marriage, I'm finally starting to scratch the surface of what women want. And I think the answer lies somewhere between conversation and chocolate.
I do resent that when you're in the most cool, powerful time of your life, which is your 40s, you're put out to pasture. I think women are so much cooler when they're older. So it's a drag that we're not allowed to age.
They know they're going to look beautiful, and I don't think women should look like costumes. They shouldn't look like fashion victims.
I think that many people in history who had power were bumped off because they had power.
You that would judge me, do not judge alone this book or that, come to this hallowed place where my friends' portraits hang and look thereon; Ireland's history in their lineaments trace; think where man's glory most begins and ends and say my glory was I had such friends.
When a role for a young guy is being offered to me, I think of River Phoenix. It feels like a loss.
The history of men's opposition to women's emancipation is more interesting perhaps than the story of that emancipation itself.
Feminists wish women to seem like men. They're not men.
I guess I've played a lot of victims, but that's what a lot of the history of women is about.
Then I despair... I remember that all through history, the way of truth and love has always won. There have been murderers and tyrants, and for a time they can seem invincible. But in the end they always fall. Think of it always.
It's not fair that there aren't very many juicy or varied roles for women.
The happiest women, like the happiest nations, have no history.
I think all women go through periods where we hate this about ourselves, we don't like that. It's great to get to a place where you dismiss anything you're worried about. I find flaws attractive. I find scars attractive.
I think the bottom of the totem pole is African-American women, or women of colour. I think they get the least opportunities in Hollywood.
I think today women are very scared to celebrate themselves, because then they just get labeled.
I know one day I'll be considered too old. I think 40-year-old women actually look more healthy and fit than some girls in their 20s. I've met women who have way better bodies in their 40s because they've been working on them for all these years.
And that's how the world, I think, imagines French women you know like very womanly and seducing men and that's how they like to imagine them.
When I played Robin Hood, I knew the great role was Alan Rickman's and it didn't bother me. I always think that leading actors should be called the best supporting actors.
The awareness that health is dependent upon habits that we control makes us the first generation in history that to a large extent determines its own destiny.
Whenever you move, I think you lose your history.
I think every young actor in Los Angeles went up for that role. It was between Frankie Muniz and me, and he pulled out, so I got the role.
I don't think of it at the moment, but the roles that interest me are those of young people.
Women were real box office stars in the '40s, more so than men. People loved to see women's films. I think it was better then, except for the studio system.