Do men have a biological clock? I feel like I do. Something is definitely ticking!— Luke Wilson
The most charming Luke Wilson quotes that are life-changing and eye-opening
The adidas +Challenge is a really cool opportunity for kids here in Los Angeles and across the country to get excited for the FIFA World Cup this summer. As a big fan of soccer, Im looking forward to seeing the 32 youth teams compete for the title of Team USA and represent our country at the global finals in Berlin.
I feel like I'm a fan of film who's actually in the business, too.
So it'd be like saying like, ‘Yeah, I love the NFL,’ and then, ‘Yeah, I'm also a wide receiver.’
It's always been my personal feeling that unless you are married, there is something that is not very dignified about talking about who you are dating.
That's one of those things that will really hurt me personally, if I label a character or think about what it might do if it were to do well. I just try to do a good job with it.
When you're in Los Angeles, nobody bats an eye, they're so used to seeing actors, they just act really cool.
True love is hard to find, sometimes you think you have true love and then you catch the early flight home from San Diego and a couple of nude people jump out of your bathroom blindfolded like a goddamn magic show ready to double team your girlfriend
I would think that would be really liberating to play like a real cad or a villain or something like that, and that's something I haven't gotten the chance to do a lot.
You're just playing a role, whether it's a drama or a comedy.
I find it really fun to sort of play opposite Uma.
That just seems like a tough thing to do.
.. just work in the middle of a company for your entire life. You just do the same thing out of college until you're 60, and then you retire.
I never had to say to myself, 'OK now, I've got to grow up and work for a bank, or go and sell real estate.' I never had to make that kind of break.
I have never, for better or worse, thought about a 'career path' or anything like that.
Whatever kind of movie it is, you're going to be more into it when you care more about the drama, or you'll have a better laugh if you feel like you know the people better.
I've been trying to bust into the comedy business my whole life.
It's hard in Hollywood to do different things. I know this. It's a struggle.
I like to think I've done a lot of different kinds of roles, but obviously I have done quite a lot of comedies.
You're making movies for 15 years and now people are like, 'You're the AT&T guy.'
To me it comes naturally, the peaks and valleys, sadness with happiness.
I've definitely had periods, maybe, where I haven't been happy. Whether it's from a breakup or the good, old-fashioned blues - but I wouldn't say clinically depressed.
Sometimes when you get on a new movie you kind of how to figure out the way other people work and it can be like being the new kid in high school where you're just trying to find out where your place is on the movie or on the set.
Oh, absolutely. James Caan was the first movie star I'd ever met, much less worked with. He was an important person to me and my brothers and Wes. Bottle Rocket was the first movie for all of us. As you know, back then, [Caan] was having some career changes, I think.
My dad was in a fraternity back in the 1950s, and they sound really fun back then. Nowadays they sound like they can get a little heavy-duty in terms of the hazing and the drinking. Im not so much into the idea of being made to do a bunch of insane stuff just so I can have the privilege of hanging around certain people... Thats probably why I was never in a fraternity.
The physical stuff of a movie is difficult.
It's one of those things where it's just harder than it looks.
The thing about being an actor is that you're in the business of not growing up.
You can get pigeonholed in Hollywood and people think of you in a certain way.
We don't want women to really know men, because then they'll find out how much we need them.
I'd always envied actors who got to play real people or got to do research.
I've always just had these scripts where, I mean not in a bad way, but it was right on the page.
I've worked on movies that are being rewritten as you go, but you take so long and so much time doing it, that it's not really an issue knowing what's going to happen or how the movie is going to end.
I spent so many years with people saying, 'Hey, you're like America's boyfriend!
There definitely is that element of guys who like to party and have a good time and... putting off for as long as possible the idea that they'll actually have to settle down.
I always laugh the hardest at the stuff you see in day-to-day life.
It's great when somebody can tell a joke that really makes you laugh hard, but to see some kind of personal interaction that no one could write is so good. Those are always the things that make me laugh.
I just always wanted to stay busy.
I like to think I can keep a pretty level head.
It's nice, though, getting older and being able to do different roles.
I don't really have a type of woman.
As a movie-goer, I really like to watch all different kinds of movies and, as an actor, I always feel like I could do pretty much anything but a musical.
I'm probably one of the worst people with numbers you've ever met.
My brothers always kid that they think I'm counting cards in Vegas, but I'm just trying to add things up.
I'm a little older and fatter now, and I'm not exercising as much.
My lifestyle these days involves a lot of beer and pasta. But there's something satisfying in letting your body go to hell. So maybe I won't get offered the same kind of role as before. So what? I'm happy to play the guy in his mid-30s who may be a little unhealthy. "Fat and arrogant" is what I'm bringing to the script.
As long as you're getting along, it's nice to work with someone you know well.
To be honest, I'm not that good at staying friends.
I like to move on after a relationship ends. If I break up with somebody, I don't want to see her or hear from her.
I'm really just doing whatever comes my way and trying to stay busy and get better at what I'm doing.
When you do a comedy, the goals are much clearer to me.
Especially with a comedy, you've got the clear cut goal of trying to make a scene funny. It's not like drama where you're trying to achieve some kind of emotion or trying to further the story along. You're trying to figure out what's the funniest way to do something.