I moved across the country to become an actor, not an academic type.
'To All The Boys' is one film amongst a couple other romantic comedies through the decades that promotes... I don't know what they're calling it. A modern man? A man that's more emotionally accessible and available and willing to communicate and actually care and nurture.
I would love to do an action film.
I think Selena Gomez seems like one of the coolest people ever. And she's, like, an activist as well, and clearly she loves love and is a loving person. I don't know if it's clear because I don't know her, but it feels that way.
I like rom-coms. I think they're adorable and endearing.
To me, when you're crying, you're aligned with some sort of truth. Some inner truth. That's why you cry. You identify. It's just ultimate honesty.
That boy-next-door, love interest crush has been my niche since 'Austin & Ally.'
I was at the AMC Century City movie theater with my mom, and we were walking through the lobby, and these girls came up to me, and they said, 'Are you Dallas from 'Austin & Ally' - and I was like, - yeah, yeah. And they were like, 'Can we have a picture with you?' and I was like, 'Yeah sure of course.'
I like 'Bright.' Some people didn't like 'Bright' - I loved it. I love that film for how blatantly obvious the analogies are.
When I was turning 21, I was like, 'Damn, I've been partying like crazy since I was 17...' I was like, 'Wow, maybe I should take a break.' So I stopped doing all that, and I found that a lot of problems I was having in my life, slowly, they didn't go away: they just became way more apparent to me.
I'm not really on dating apps. I used to be when I was younger. I'd rather meet people in real life.
'T@gged' is really, really dope. I'm really proud of it, and I really love the role of Hawk. It's arguably one of my favorite roles I've played.
I got attacked when I was six years old by a Mastiff.
To me, words convey feelings, and feelings are just vibrations that we feel, so words are never as authentic as what feelings are and what intentions are.
When I was in high school, I wasn't a nerd, I wasn't a jock. I wasn't a bad kid. I just flew under the radar with my homies.
I went to New York for work. I was at baggage claim, and I had my headphones on, and I was waiting for my bag to come out. I feel a presence approach me, and without even knowing, I had to side step and take my headphones off, and there's, like, four people looking at me.
If I can inspire one spark of awareness or get a spark of introspection or reflection about someone else's life, that's a beautiful thing, in my opinion.
I think when you're young, being in love for the first time is like this fantasy.
When I'm with someone, I give them my time, and I give them my energy because I like making someone feel loved! And making them laugh, and just, like, being there with them.
It's always interesting when you throw two people in a room and have them try to biologically, immediately connect, but that's biology's job.