Rocky: Theater is such a collaborative art. Hollywood is a competitive sport. I'm still adapting to that reality. I was talking to a friend of mine who is a director, someone I really respect. And I said, 'Why is that the case?' And she said to me that you have to understand that in Hollywood, a lot of times your career is based on things you have absolutely no control over whatsoever. If it were purely based on your talent it would be one thing. But we all know that that's not the case. There are some incredibly talented people in this town who can't get a break. And then there are some people who's talent we may or may not be so high on, but they're well connected. There are so many way to have a career in this town. And I think sometimes that plays into it. And a lot of friends of mine have come from theater or come from other aspects before coming to Hollywood. It takes a long time before you realize that you don't have much control. And even the ones who are successful, there's the same sort of uncertainty and neurosis in some of the most successful, A-list actors. Any day the tide could turn. You have one or two bad films and now you've got to make a comeback.