Tim Rozon quotes

  • Everybody's different and every person is different and every actor's different and everybody has different wants and needs, but I'm a kid who loved comic books my whole life.
    -- Tim Rozon

    #Book #Kids #Different

  • To be honest I'm the only one really who's a cowboy. Like an honest to goodness cowboy.
    -- Tim Rozon

    #Cowboy #Honest #Being Honest

  • To go to San Diego is everything. It's literally everything. It's the ultimate dream. It's the big one.
    -- Tim Rozon

    #Dream #San Diego #Bigs

  • I'm in a comic book fan. I have long boxes at home. I'm a comic book collector; I'm not joking. It's just the coolest thing ever.
    -- Tim Rozon

    #Book #Home #Long

  • Television is a constant stream of fact, opinions, lies, moral dilemmas, plots: an infinitely complex and sophisticated torrent of information. How could it not make you cleverer? The only people who ever thought television rotted the brain and made kids dumb were those with a vested interest in other ways of learning, or those who were intellectually insecure, usually about books.

  • One has to ascertain the right path for his activities by following in the footsteps of great saintly persons and books of knowledge under the guidance of a spiritual master.

  • Nature is a book of many pages and each page tells a fascinating story to him who learns her language. Our fertile valleys and craggy mountains recite an epic poem of geologic conflicts. The starry sky reveal gigantic suns and space and time without end.

  • The selection of a book-plate is such a serious matter.

  • I don't travel by airplane. I mean that because when my wife, my kids and I travel on trains or boats, we meet a lot of people and we talk to them.

  • I'm one of five kids and we lived on a massive farm in New South Wales with my mum and dad.

  • There are different reasons to make movies.

  • Chris [Nolan] comes at this with such a different take on Batman, so I didn't feel that I had to be true to any other actor playing this role. Of course, I read the comic books. His relationships with Lt. Gordon and with Batman, with Gotham City, those really helped me the most.

  • In other ways, you constantly have to change people's opinion of you as one thing, especially if you want to play different roles. You have to shatter that image sometimes. I've had to do it before with stage roles, to get roles. I'm drawn to kind of darker, misfit things. I would like to, especially in film, play against type and do some heavier stuff. I'm intrigued by projects that deal with problematic people and things.

  • Be glad I don't have my gun because right now I'm considering the different ways I can get you to shut up. Let me scream and back off.