McG - Quotes

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There's no doubt that there's certain songs and arrangements of music that release a chemical reaction in my brain. This sounds a little goofy, but I really believe that. It's such a euphoric experience that I sort of want to chase that experience as often as possible. ---->>>

I love British voicing and British humour in general. I'm a huge Ricky Gervais fan. ---->>>

I was called McG since the day I was born because we were broke and there were three Joes in the house. ---->>>

I'm just a tiny person from a humdrum neighbourhood, so I grew up worshipping 'Bond' pictures and dreaming of a life bigger than my own. ---->>>

I don't think 'This Means War' is an appropriate picture to do in 3-D. ---->>>

I hate my name. It's a stupid, horrible name. ---->>>

I strive to make movies I would enjoy. ---->>>

I'm pretty convinced there's a chemical reality to who I am, regarding my brain, that makes me kind of a strange guy. ---->>>

I've always maintained my name will not define my films, my films will define my name. But I wish I was called Steve, or something else. ---->>>

I always remember responding very emotionally to film. I had a lot of lonely time on my hands because I wasn't really the best-looking kid in my town and I sort of pined after girls. I had to sort of immerse myself in the arts because girls weren't particularly interested in me. ---->>>

The one thing I'm proud of as a filmmaker is that people are entitled not to like my films - that's the privilege of the public - but I think I have my own imprint. ---->>>


McG profile (mcg.JPG)
Name: McG
Nationality: American
Born: 08-09, 1968
Birthplace: Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.
Occupation: Director

Joseph McGinty Nichol (born August 9, 1968), known mononymously as McG, is an American director, producer, and former record producer. He began his career in the music industry, directing music videos and producing various albums. He later rose to prominence with his first film, Charlie's Angels, which had the highest-grossing opening weekend for a directorial debut at the time (wikipedia)