Televised Oxford University lecture by Warren Beatty, c.1990
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A director needs to be in control, but he really shouldn't be in complete control, because then things could be very boring, and he wouldn't take advantage of unexpected developments and opportunities. There are people who storyboard everything. I don't do that. I'll storyboard some stuff, but mainly I'm ready for the unexpected. I think that's important. You can't plan too much. I always think ...
In the films he produces, he usually plays characters who lose something important by the end of the film.
Known on-screen and off-screen for being highly charming to women