Unfortunately for the 'Tomorrow' series, I feel that for the actors that were in the first film, maybe our commitment to it is done.
Surprisingly, I'm not a fan of guns or anything like that!
It's taken me time to find my feet in L.A.
I've undoubtedly offended people, but in the end, I've learned the people that will understand are the people I want to connect to, anyway.
'Broad City' is how I wish we could all be, whereas 'Girls' is maybe a more accurate representation of how things are.
It's always a little bit personal when your work is cut down for whatever reason.
If you compromise in any kind of movement or any kind of wave of revolution, if you sort of play the game, things are gonna change far more slowly than you need them to.
The 'ideal' body is everywhere you look, and we are made to feel like failures by advertisers and corporations who shame us into buying their products.