On advice to young viewers: "You have to follower your heart, it will never lead you astray."
On what keeps him grounded: "I try to remember, the person that I was before I got to this place in life is what allowed me to be here. So just remain that person. I felt whole and complete before any of this stuff started to happen, I feel whole and complete."
On how she stays a kid: "My little sister—she's 6—I go and play Barbie dolls with her. It's like the most fun. Or I go and play in the garden with my dog. It's that simple."
On the Time's Up movement: "That to me is the most incredible wielding of power to be able to take our platform and the microphones that we have and use it to raise money for people who do other jobs and everywhere."
On advice she's learned from her mom, Goldie Hawn: "I feel lucky and blessed that I have a role model that I can call 'mom.' I think that compassion, to be compassionate...I have a lot of fight in me by nature, I think one of the things that my mom has taught me is to find compassion in everything that I do, kindness and that family is everything."
On what she's learned from Kate: "We learn a lot from each other and we just listen. The problem is that parents seem to think they're suppose to know everything, but if you listen to your child, they will tell you things."
On how the Time's Up movement is resonating with young men: "Absolutely and thank God it is and I think at the level of campus sexual assault, for people my age this was a dialogue that was somewhat already happening. But with the centralization of the Time's Up movement and that it's hopefully happening at award shows like this, the conversation's getting out there. Thank God. Equality in the work place. 50/50 by 2020. These are messages that are getting out there."