"Argo" producer George Clooney says of Affleck, "I think he’s going to keep acting for a bit, and that’s a good thing. Eventually, he could end up in politics. He’s very smart and astute, and he works hard on issues in the Congo. But when your fallback career is being a worldclass director, that’s not so bad.”
Charlize Theron, who starred with Lawrence in "The Burning Plain," recalls "I remember us watching her on tape--[director Guillermo Arriaga and I] were both crushed with silence. We didn’t want anyone else to play the part. She had this stillness and power of conviction that made you believe her in every moment. A wisdom and depth so beyond that of a 16-year-old. Yes, I couldn’t take my eyes off of her."
Jon Hamm likes Dunham's work because it is "universally polarizing. Not all like it, not all hate it, but everyone is aware of it. And everyone has an opinion."
Director Christopher Nolan says of his "Dark Knight Rises" and "Inception" star Gordon-Levitt, "you’ve met a star who’s going to be your guide through emotional experiences for years to come, and that’s the magical human element that keeps us looking to the big screen with optimism and excitement. I’m told the girls think he’s pretty cute, too.”
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