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 Zach Braff - “I really got to put into it my own humor,”
 Zach Braff - “I am really driven, but my drive doesn't effect the conversations I have in my head about life, and my worries and fears and insecurities.”
 Zach Braff - “Gay men in L.A. are all a bunch of tens looking for an eleven.”
 Zach Braff - “That image is a couple different people's homes that I knew growing up.”
 Zach Braff - “I think I felt compelled in a way because if I hadn't written the part, I never would have been offered the part. There are at least 10 guys who would have been offered the part before me.”
 Zach Braff - “I always liked the story of Noah's Ark and the idea of starting anew by rescuing the things you like and leaving the rest behind.”
 Zach Braff - “Voice-over cartoons last for so long. They're timeless,”
 Zach Braff - “It used to be that you came out of school, and you got married - those who were going to get married. But my peers are getting married in their early 30s, so now there's like this extra 10 years of that angst.”
 Zach Braff - “I didn't necessarily have a total idea when I was writing the movie of where everything was going. I just wanted to have really realistic dialogue and write like people I knew talked. I tried to keep it very real.”
 Zach Braff - “They all saw my short films, and I think that changed their opinion of me as just a guy on a sitcom because they liked my movie.”
 Zach Braff - “Actually when I gave out the script, I gave it with a CD of all the music I wanted to put in the movie, and again, we never thought we'd get all that music.”
 Zach Braff - “I think the saddest moments in life have humor in them. I have a memory of coming home from a funeral with my family in the back of a limousine and someone cracking a joke and us just hysterically belly laughing. It's how we always dealt with tragedy in our lives and I think it's such a healthy way to deal with sadness,”
 Zach Braff - “I'm by no means condemning prescription medicine for mental health. I've seen it save a lot of people's lives.”
 Zach Braff - “But my mother's a psychologist, my stepfather's a psychologist, my stepmother is a therapist and my dad's a lawyer. So it was all prominent in my life. I don't know anyone who doesn't know someone on some form of prescription medicine.”
 Zach Braff - “The fifth season isn't a year that's about building an enormous fan base. It's about going, OK these are our hard-core fans, let's make shows for them. Let's really point it at the people who love our show. I feel like this season, more than any, is really aimed at doing all the things we know that people who really love this show love about it.”
 Zach Braff - “They take the 3D elements, and because they're already there, they adjust one of the cameras so it's slightly askew. Somehow, if a movie is already CGI animation, they can then make it a 3D movie relatively simply by doing something within the world they've created.”
 Zach Braff - “The fifth season isn't a year that's about building an enormous fan base. It's about going, OK these are our hard-core fans, let's make shows for them. Let's really point it at the people who love our show. I feel like this season, more than any, is really aimed at doing all the things we know that people who really love this show love about it.”
 Zach Braff - “I'd love to do more theater in New York City. And I'd love the chance to do a big movie with a great director -- you know, the Coen brothers or Woody Allen or Steven Spielberg, ... I'd love a shot at that.”
 Zach Braff - “The fifth season isn't a year that's about building an enormous fan base. It's about going, OK these are our hard-core fans, let's make shows for them. Let's really point it at the people who love our show. I feel like this season, more than any, is really aimed at doing all the things we know that people who really love this show love about it.”
 Zach Braff - “I have a great relationship with my parents. I have not been on lithium.”
 Zach Braff - “So, yeah, I mean, there is something universal about that feeling - that 20-something, what the hell am I going to do with my life, I'm lost and my parents are freaking me out, and what's the point Every generation has a way of making that unique, but there are certain universals of that feeling.”
 Zach Braff - “Maybe that happens for the filmmakers, but I don't really feel that. I think they felt that before people started seeing the movie and Disney started to see what they had. And Disney saw some early reviews and that thing from Time came in and I think they were feeling a little bit of pressure. Then they started to see that they really had something good as you can see what they are putting into marketing.”
 Zach Braff - “I wish I was that important of an actor that that happened. 'Which do you want Zach Take your pick.' No. I sort of put it out there that I wanted to do an animated movie. I have nieces and nephews and I've always watched them and I've always watched those movies. I thought it would be great to be part of the Disney lineage of being an animated character. When this project came up, I asked to audition. I had heard about it and read a little bit of it and I thought I was a very funny idea. The idea of not just doing a Chicken Little story. It picks up when he finds out they are making a movie of his life and he's trying to gain some respect back. And I just thought it was really clever and I auditioned amongst a lot of people and got itI've been involved for about two years. As you know, they've been doing it for about five years. But I've been recording voices on and off for two years. Probably every other month. Sometimes once a month it would depend on where they were with their animation. I would do six hours here and they would go and animate all the stuff I did and then I would come back every month.”
 Zach Braff - “The way I write is that I'll actually have a conversation out loud with myself. In a weird way, I just kind of get schizophrenic and play two characters.”
 Zach Braff - “It has a really smart, irreverent look at celebrity and making fun of people who get famous for really odd things,”

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