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I love conspiracy theories. I used to just live on it. You know it's all hype and garbage, but you're still really paranoid afterwards. It's fun entertainment.
I'm impressed with the people from Chicago. Hollywood is hype, New York is talk, Chicago is work.
I don't really have much to prove. I can easily go in a comfort zone, make two films a year, hype them because I've signed them as a star, make them cheap and they will be big hits.
Just don't let the hype of what people are saying and how much they love you, y'know, just take the compliment and be thankful that people are complimenting you, but don't let it consume you; don't let your circumstances around you and the way people view you make you act a certain way.
Mary J. Blige
Grunge was so self-consciously lowbrow and nonaspirational that it seemed, at first, impervious to the hype and glamour normally applied swiftly to any emerging trend. But sure enough, grunge anthems found their way onto the soundtracks of television commercials, and Dodge Neons were hawked by kids in flannel shirts saying, 'Whatever.'
The easiest way to not believe your own hype is to not know what people are saying about you.
I believe that people start to get into trouble when they start to believe their own hype.
Despite all the hype about local or green food, the single biggest impediment to wider adoption is not research, programs, organizations, or networking. It is the demonizing and criminalizing of virtually all indigenous and heritage-based food practices.
You can hype a questionable product for a little while, but you'll never build an enduring business.
It destroys the soul to hear that you're all hype, that you have no talent, and that your whole career has been contrived.
I was never too keen on the British music press. They've called us a supermarket hype, and they used to suggest that we didn't write our own songs.
You become very known for being someone's girlfriend, and all of a sudden there's all this hype and buzz for all the wrong reasons.
My own saying is: 'Create the hype, but don't ever believe it.'
When you're young and everything dramatic is exciting, you start to believe that hype that, in order to be an artist, you have to suffer. I've graduated from that school.
It's easy to fall into the trap of believing all the hype that's written about you... Who knows? In a couple of years, you might find me in the loony bin!
I'm completely removed from any hype that comes my way.
Don't believe the hype. I don't care how many number ones you have at the box office, I don't care how much they say you're great, don't believe it. Just stay in your lane and do what you're supposed to do.
If in my twenties I'd gotten one of the two-dozen roles that I did screen tests for and almost got, I think I would have become bored with the awards circuit, the whole hype machine.
Hype is the awkward and desperate attempt to convince journalists that what you've made is worth the misery of having to review it.
In my opinion, right now there's way too much hype on the technologies and not enough attention to the real businesses behind them.
You're an island no matter what you do. I think it's very dangerous to use popularity as your identity in life. So you have to really know who you are inside, the core person, and follow what is true rather than follow what is hype.
I think hype is a good thing. You need it and it'll teach you valuable things and you'll grow stronger, which is what I've done.
You avoid the hype while you're working, you have to, but the premiere is the one night of the year where you can enjoy it.
I was working at a restaurant, I booked the role in 'Twilight,' put in my two weeks' notice, got fitted, flew to Portland, filmed, and then it started getting hype. That helped me get my foot into certain doors before the movie even came out.
Even though I'm a hype man myself, I like the practicality of it all. People who understand how to turn a profit. At the end of the day, this is still business so I'm looking for real practical knowledge of how to actually make money, not necessarily raise it.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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