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Is it difficult making the transition from a child actor to an adult film star?
-I’ve always done quite heavy films – The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas was pretty full-on in terms of content and Hugo was a nine-month shoot with Martin Scorsese, so that wasn’t an easy ride. I made that switch a lot earlier than some people. When you’ve done quite mature films, it’s a lot easier to transition into the adult world of acting, where you can dedicate your whole life to it. (x)
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Is it difficult making the transition from a child actor to an adult film star?

-I’ve always done quite heavy films – The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas was pretty full-on in terms of content and Hugo was a nine-month shoot with Martin Scorsese, so that wasn’t an easy ride. I made that switch a lot earlier than some people. When you’ve done quite mature films, it’s a lot easier to transition into the adult world of acting, where you can dedicate your whole life to it. (x)

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skunkandburningtires:

"The school bully wanted to pummel me every day after school. I would walk home, and he would wait for me. He would come out from behind a corner and — just like in some old movie — he would start beating on me. One day he came after me, and I said, ‘Stop! I will draw you a picture of Darth Vader if you leave me alone.’
"And he had his fist cocked, and he said, ‘Really?’
"And I said, ‘Yeah, and it’ll be GOOD. I promise.’"
— Lilo & Stitch and How to Train Your Dragon writer/director Dean DeBlois on when he began to suspect he might have a future in art
(Quote via the AMAZING 2+ hour documentary, The Making of Lilo & Stitch, included on the 2 DVD version of Lilo & Stitch: Big Wave Edition DVD — currently just $9.98 on Amazon!)
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skunkandburningtires:

"The school bully wanted to pummel me every day after school. I would walk home, and he would wait for me. He would come out from behind a corner and — just like in some old movie — he would start beating on me. One day he came after me, and I said, ‘Stop! I will draw you a picture of Darth Vader if you leave me alone.’

"And he had his fist cocked, and he said, ‘Really?’

"And I said, ‘Yeah, and it’ll be GOOD. I promise.’"

Lilo & Stitch and How to Train Your Dragon writer/director Dean DeBlois on when he began to suspect he might have a future in art

(Quote via the AMAZING 2+ hour documentary, The Making of Lilo & Stitch, included on the 2 DVD version of Lilo & Stitch: Big Wave Edition DVD — currently just $9.98 on Amazon!)

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