Peyton Reed Best Quotes

Peyton Tucker Reed is an American television and film director. He is best known for directing the comedy films Yes Man, Bring It On, and The Break-Up, as well as the superhero film Ant-Man. Enjoy Peyton Reed’s best quotes below.

“I hate when there’s a deleted scene on a DVD with no explanation, or you have to go out of your way to find an alternate audio track.”
“You cannot separate sexuality from cheerleading. It is inherently what it is – growing up with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and all of that stuff.”
“What I loved about ‘The 40 Year-Old Virgin,’ the title is the easy sell, but when you see the movie, the comedy is more free-form and more relatable.”
“As a Marvel fan who grew up with ‘The Avengers’ and ‘Ant-Man’ and everything, I definitely have my own sort of feelings about what I want to see as a fan in an ‘Ant-Man’ movie.”
“‘A Face in the Crowd’ is Elia Kazan’s forgotten movie.”
“I always loved as a kid reading ‘Spider-Man,’ and the ‘Fantastic Four’ would show up… it was all about that larger universe.”
“I came from a background of directing behind-the-scenes documentaries.”
“I forgive ‘Face in the Crowd’ its uneven tone because it’s precisely what makes it feel unlike other Kazan movies.”
“I love turning on the computer in the morning and reading the things that I did the day before – that I didn’t do!”
“I think there’s actually a benefit to working with teen actors: they’ve got such boundless energy, and everybody is willing to try different things.”
“I think with any movie, the more you know, it loses some of its power.”
“I’ve always been a DVD geek and, before that, a laser disc fanatic, too.”
“Maybe I have an affinity for Andy Griffith because we both grew up in North Carolina.”
“When you look at Kennedy and Nixon, TV played a crucial part in Kennedy’s popularity. He was incredibly photogenic, while Nixon was this scowling figure. American viewers judged him on his appearance on TV.”

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