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 Nick Mangold - “We're going to be calling them shortly making sure they have the volleyball net set up so we can have our pool volleyball games again. I'll be the first one in the pool.”
 Nick Mangold - “I have no idea. I'd like it if they told us.”
 James Mangold - “When I was making 'Cop Land' in 1996, people were asking what my next movie was, ... Without thinking, I said, 'I want to make a movie about Johnny Cash.'”
 James Mangold - “When I was making 'Cop Land' in 1996, people were asking what my next movie was, ... Without thinking, I said, 'I want to make a movie about Johnny Cash.'”
 Adrian Angold - “A lot of substantial psychiatric problems are actually starting and are identifiable much earlier than we ever thought,”
 James Mangold - “That's the mythic album where you see his face, sweaty, looking dangerous, and he's there singing to murderers and robbers and sharing a good time with them. As a kid, how could you not be interested”
 Nick Mangold - “Being a freshman and never been to a bowl game and getting thrown into the national championship the first one you didn't really understand. As each year passes you realize more and more how special that time was.”
 Nick Mangold - “He's done a great job of holding on to being with the team and being with his wife. It's kept him from going out as much, but it probably a good thing for him.”
 Nick Mangold - “It would have been nice to have at least one other person here so I could mess with someone else other than people I don't know.”
 James Mangold - “John was not just a singer, but a songwriter, ... He was always riding this river of shadows in his writing. He was singing about a kind of pain everyone lives through.”
 James Mangold - “I remember being real concerned about the music and singing -- that's something we were both concerned about -- and Jim said if people want to hear Johnny Cash, they can get a Johnny Cash record, he's made a few.”
 James Mangold - “When I was making 'Cop Land' in 1996, people were asking what my next movie was, ... Without thinking, I said, 'I want to make a movie about Johnny Cash.'”
 Nick Mangold - “We didn't make the best of our opportunity. We had turnovers that you can't have, especially as you start driving down the field at the end going in for the tying touchdown. We can't set up our defense so they have to defend against a good offense at the 1-yard line. We can't have that. Those are big things we've got to work on.”
 James Mangold - “When I was making 'Cop Land' in 1996, people were asking what my next movie was, ... Without thinking, I said, 'I want to make a movie about Johnny Cash.'”
 James Mangold - “I didn't want to make a movie about what we already know.”
 James Mangold - “I had the advantage of making a movie about a man who was an artist himself, and an artist of the shadows, in the sense that he understood life's lonelinesses and life's mistakes, and that people make them. In that sense, he wasn't interested in hiding them.”
 James Mangold - “There was a point when they got into enough of a groove that when they played for the extras in Memphis we felt the love,”
 James Mangold - “They had a beginning the loss of Jack and his father's reproach. They had an end, with the love reconciled between June and John. But the middle wasn't there, ... I was nibbling around the edges. The dynamism of their attraction, the struggle, was the middle of the story. The movie was dying here.”
 James Mangold - “All you have to do is listen over and over and over again to any one of his songs. Even when they first started appearing in the early to middle '50s, the lyrics are incredibly dark. Everyone else is singing about getting girls and being happy, and he's singing about, 'I go out on a party and look for a little fun, but I find a darkened corner, because I still miss someone.' That's a dark lyric for a pop song.”
 Nick Mangold - “You see that and you see you're going to have to play for 60 minutes. No matter what your lead might be, they can come back real quickly.”
 Nick Mangold - “A lot more people were aware of A.J. Hawk once he came to Ohio State and they saw him do things like that. But as we went through high school, it was solidified even more that there is something special about him. I think it was a cumulative kind of thing - the way he worked in the weight room, relentlessly pushing himself, and the way he seemed to figure in on every big defensive play.”
 James Mangold - “As we got to know John and June, what we needed them to understand was that the people they were now was not the people they were then, ... And there was the challenge of combining the grand wisdom and spirituality of these elder legends backwards into the young people they were, as they were learning those lessons. To tell how they got to be here, we had to go to those darker places, and not temper it.”
 Nick Mangold - “Being the third pick he'll be able to afford a bigger pool house. He may not spend a dime of any money he gets. He's going to have to find a lot of hiding places.”
 Adrian Angold - “About one in 10 have symptoms that meet criteria for a disorder plus also have some significant impairment to leading a normal life.”
 James Mangold - “The two of them have a lot in common, and I don't mean life story, ... I mean a kind of core energy.”

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