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I have made mistakes: Aaron Eckhart

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Hollywood star Aaron Eckhart says he is constantly learning from the mistakes he has made in

the industry.



Talking about his "Bleed for This" co-star Miles Teller, Eckhart said he has discussed his mistakes with the young actor

as he feels paternal towards him.

"I'm constantly talking to him about mistakes I made, because I want him to do well. I don't want him to fall into the traps I fell into," Eckhart told the Guardian.

The actor said he wants Teller to avoid the traps that fame and money throws.

"In this business, with the fame and money, there are traps. You can start believing things about yourself that won't

do you any good. And there are conversations nobody had with me

that I wish they had. So, on Sully, I took the chance to ask Tom - top pro - how he handles certain things. Because if you get those things wrong, it damages a career.

"I'm 48. For 20 years I've made mistakes, and recovered from mistakes. I've asked myself tough questions... I've just tried to be a better person, and not take everything so seriously. Because I'm very sensitive.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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I have made mistakes: Aaron Eckhart

Hollywood star Aaron Eckhart says he is constantly learning from the mistakes he has made in the industry. Talking about his "Bleed for This" co-star Miles Teller, Eckhart said he has discussed his mistakes with the young actor as he feels paternal towards him. "I'm constantly talking to him about mistakes I made, because I want him to do well. I don't want him to fall into the traps I fell into," Eckhart told the Guardian. The actor said he wants Teller to avoid the traps that fame and money throws. "In this business, with the fame and money, there are traps. You can start believing things about yourself that won't do you any good. And there are conversations nobody had with me that I wish they had. So, on Sully, I took the chance to ask Tom - top pro - how he handles certain things. Because if you get those things wrong, it damages a career. "I'm 48. For 20 years I've made mistakes, and recovered from mistakes. I've asked myself tough questions... I've just tried to be a better ... Hollywood star Aaron Eckhart says he is constantly learning from the mistakes he has made in

the industry.

Talking about his "Bleed for This" co-star Miles Teller, Eckhart said he has discussed his mistakes with the young actor

as he feels paternal towards him.

"I'm constantly talking to him about mistakes I made, because I want him to do well. I don't want him to fall into the traps I fell into," Eckhart told the Guardian.

The actor said he wants Teller to avoid the traps that fame and money throws.

"In this business, with the fame and money, there are traps. You can start believing things about yourself that won't

do you any good. And there are conversations nobody had with me

that I wish they had. So, on Sully, I took the chance to ask Tom - top pro - how he handles certain things. Because if you get those things wrong, it damages a career.

"I'm 48. For 20 years I've made mistakes, and recovered from mistakes. I've asked myself tough questions... I've just tried to be a better person, and not take everything so seriously. Because I'm very sensitive.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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I have made mistakes: Aaron Eckhart

Hollywood star Aaron Eckhart says he is constantly learning from the mistakes he has made in

the industry.

Talking about his "Bleed for This" co-star Miles Teller, Eckhart said he has discussed his mistakes with the young actor

as he feels paternal towards him.

"I'm constantly talking to him about mistakes I made, because I want him to do well. I don't want him to fall into the traps I fell into," Eckhart told the Guardian.

The actor said he wants Teller to avoid the traps that fame and money throws.

"In this business, with the fame and money, there are traps. You can start believing things about yourself that won't

do you any good. And there are conversations nobody had with me

that I wish they had. So, on Sully, I took the chance to ask Tom - top pro - how he handles certain things. Because if you get those things wrong, it damages a career.

"I'm 48. For 20 years I've made mistakes, and recovered from mistakes. I've asked myself tough questions... I've just tried to be a better person, and not take everything so seriously. Because I'm very sensitive.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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