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    I have the impression that the new generation of young people, are coming up on the scene with a sense "ancestorhood", and with more wisdom than was evident before.

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    I have to say for both of us [ with Adam Savage], this experience that we've been having here has changed us dramatically, and we've evolved since we've come on the scene with Mythbusters, because of what we've learned, and that, I think, is the biggest reward for us.

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    I heard I'm going to have scenes with Lady Gaga so I'm hoping it's true. I know of one scene I have.

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    I hope to be on the scene for a long time. I'd love to be old and gray and still be working in this [horror] genre.

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    I hope to take advantage of the Netflix organism and see if there are ways to get in new material and see if there are ways to do deleted scenes.

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    I indeed had only one scene, one speech, one little speech, but it was with Robin Williams.

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    I hurt myself doing a fight scene with some dwarves.

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    I know that I'm a decent actor, but it's another thing to be in a scene with Jon Hamm and hold your own.

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    I know pretty well in the broad sense what I'm going to do, because I have to know that when we shoot the live-action, so that it'll synchronize. Then I know pretty well when I get to the animation stage, what that scene requires.

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    I like getting carried away by what is happening and then decide each scene based on the actors, the set and the light.

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    I like to give dimension to shots inside action scenes. It's demanding because you have to rehearse a lot of things happening at the same time and frame all those things in a shot. But I feel like when you accomplish that then you've got a cool action scene.

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    I listened to all types of music, and obviously when I got to Seattle I was very much aware of the music scene there.

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    I long for scenes where man has never trod;... There to abide with my Creator, God.

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    I like a director who is very observant and is watching what I'm doing and noticing what I'm doing, but is giving me time to figure it out. They don't jump right in and give you a note before you've had time to really search on your own with how to do a scene.

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    I liked the scenes with the baby, but the baby steals all the scenes that you're in. So that would get old after a while, because the baby is too perfect. I liked being high on ecstasy.

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    I loved being behind the scenes and finding out how they make movies.

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    I loved, loved, loved the fight that I got to do with Matthew Bomer, who plays Bryce, when we did the fight scene that was back to back in the Buy More.

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    I love Dickens. I love the way he sets a scene.

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    I love directing scenes that I'm not in because suddenly I really feel like a filmmaker which is a different thing.

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    I love more than anything looking at a movie scene by scene and seeing the intention behind it.

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    I love having 30 shots of every scene.

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    I'm a good Indian girl, I still don't do sex scenes in my movies because my mum would kill me!

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    I love to do very long and complicated scenes.

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    I'm always doing what I can to look for and just feel out funny things that are happening in the scene and improvise off of them.

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    I mean that much more than wiser beings from beyond the stars bringing us enlightenment or death or salvation, we are likely to find ourselves the wisest beings on the scene.

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    I'm always working in this universe - whether picturing hamburger joints, Virgin Marys, domestic scenes - using these "vacant-faced" women as a medium to question universal truths.

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    I'm a product of older filmmakers I guess, the past where you get to make movies and scenes are what they are.

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    I'm English and I am British. I don't know if I feel part of a music scene. Musically, I have as many feelings and affinity with Americans or Canadians, or all sorts of people as I do with English people.

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    I love being in scenes where I get to be part of a Maggie Smith put-down. A Dowager Countess put-down is always a special moment. Especially if you're working on set and she managed to do one off set at you.

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    I'm not into the whole showbiz scene.

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    I'm not really into gothic music, it's not really my type of scene but each to their own. I listen to pretty much anything.

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    I'm not opposed to nude scenes, if they're appropriate. I'm not against them morally. But I personally no longer find movie nudity to be worth my while.

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    I'm not worried about the kernel itself or the basic system. All the commercialization is about the distributions and the applications. As such, it only brings value-added things to Linux, and it doesn't take anything away from the Linux scene.

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    I'm not the kind of person who thrives in "the scene." I know that when this is all over, and I'm no longer cool, I'm going to be just as happy because I'm going to be at home.

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    Im really into the indie-music scene and listen to a lot of De La Soul.

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    I'm probably most proud of the plays that I've written just because as the playwright, you know, you're God. You get to do everything. You don't make any money hardly at all, but you really get to kind of control the scene.

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    Improv is not something I had a lot of experience with, because for a long time, my only experience in front of a camera was all television, which is pretty rigid script-wise, except for the occasional scene where you toss in an ad-lib just to elongate something. Like, say, you're walking down a hall and you just don't have enough dialogue, and you throw in something. But you don't really have time to do other than what's written. It's very rigid. Shows have a certain rhythm that nobody wants disturbed.

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    I'm sure every film it's going to be like, 'Okay, this is the scene where your shirt gets ripped off.' I'll never be able to keep my shirt on.

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    I'm too shy to do kissing scenes.

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    I'm used to a lot of love scenes. I'm used to something that requires me to kick up my heels and wink-wink, flirt-flirt with a twirl of my skirt.

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    I'm UCB trained - I came up learning about game, which is a really big part of the Upright Citizens Brigade theater. They teach you about game, and game in a scene is what makes the scene funny. And oftentimes, it's the character - this is really improv dorky stuff.

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    In an episodic treatment, such as a teleplay is, you have the ability to do what you can do in a novel, which is flash back and flash forward in the same instant, in the same scene, in the same voice.

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    In an ideal world the script is written lean and tight and therefore there are no scenes left on the cuttring room floor and therefore no extended edition.

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    In a perfect world, the entertainment and media industry and the content on our screens would reflect the true American scene.

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    In every relationship, sooner or later, there is a court scene. Accusations, counter-accusations, a trial, a verdict.

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    In films of terror, it's often not about being graphic. Or if there is a graphic image, it's extremely swift. Everyone talks about the shower scene in 'Psycho,' but that's the only graphic scene in the entire film.

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    In For Whom the Bell Tolls, Hemingway cozies up to revolution by romanticizing it (and not only with those execrable love scenes).

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    In movies, you just see somebody close their eyes, and you go on to the next scene.

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    In reference to the murder scene in 'Dial M for murder' As you have seen on the screen the best way to do it is with a scissor.

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    In scene after scene, meaning sneaks in and sometimes roars.