The End of the World. Are you afraid of the end? Are you waiting for it?

The End of the World. Are you afraid of the end? Are you waiting for it?
Ignacio Zara

The End of the World. Are you afraid of the end? Or are you waiting for it? Listen to other people. What do they think? John Hodgman, Viggo Mortensen, Justin Cronin, Terry Southern, Bjorn Lomborg, Evan Glodell and Lorene Scafaria top quotes.


Ride around the world. Photo by Petr Kocůrek

If you are writing any book about the end of the world, what you are really writing about is what’s worth saving about it. Justin Cronin.

When you think about it, the end of the world is a little bit like death: We all know it’s going to come eventually, and as we get older, we feel we see the signs more and more distinctly. John Hodgman.

It’s not the end of the world if I can’t get a film job, or if a movie doesn’t turn out well – even though I don’t like it when that happens. There are other things I enjoy doing, and I involve myself in them. Viggo Mortensen.

You can’t do the end of the world in a conventionally dramatic way or Boy Meets Girl way. Terry Southern.

Listen, global warming is a real problem, but it’ s not the end of the world. A 30-centimetre sea level rise is just not going to bring the world to a standstill, just like it didn’t over the last 150 years. Bjorn Lomborg.

When things aren’t working out for people, the end of the world seems like an easy way to wipe the slate clean. Evan Glodell.

In the ’90s there were these great end of the world movies like ‘Armageddon’ and ‘Deep Impact’… I always liked the idea of what people on the ground are doing, not so much the people who are trying to stop the world from ending. Lorene Scafaria.

And you? How about you? What are your feelings about the topic?

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