Top 55 Trilogy Quotes

In this post, you will find great Trilogy Quotes from famous people, such as Daniel Woodrell, Kiana Madeira, Keanu Reeves, Mark Lawrence, Peter Mayhew. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

The opening novel of the 'Bayou Trilogy' was the first

The opening novel of the ‘Bayou Trilogy’ was the first one I finished.
Fear Streetjust takes all of those stereotypes and those tropes and flips them on its head. I feel honored to be a part of a community and a trilogy that does that.
Speed‘ and ‘Point Breakwere a lot of running and jumping, and then ‘The Matrix Trilogy’ had a lot of fights and wire work and green screen elements.
When I started the ‘Broken Empire‘ trilogy, I thought it was a short story, and I didn’t know the beginning, middle, or end of even that.
Mark Lawrence
A whole new generation is looking at the videos, and going to the video shop and buying the re-release of the complete trilogy, which you can buy at a reasonable price.
Peter Mayhew
The truth is that since the first book, I have wanted to emulate Benjamin Franklin and put together a healthy, wealthy and wise trilogy and so healthy was ‘The 4-Hour Body,’ wealthy was ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’ and then wise is ‘The 4-Hour Chef.’
One pleasure of working on a trilogy is watching characters warp and grow over time.
Chuck Hogan
The great thing about a trilogy is that it feels like you’ve got a beginning, a middle, and an end.
Emma Thomas
‘The Tales’ are an important part of ‘Hollow City,’ when the kids discover secrets encoded in them that end up saving their lives. I wrote two tales as part of ‘Hollow City,’ and spent the next couple of years finishing the trilogy but itching to write more tales.
I consider my first three films a trilogy and I was finished with discussing the topic of teenagehood and coming of age.
I lovedStar Wars‘ as a kid, but I missed out on the experiences of seeing them for the first time. It was before my time, and ‘Lord of the Rings,’ that trilogy felt like something similar to what ‘Star Wars’ was for previous generations.
The L.A Trilogy is a series of three novels starring Ray, a robot detective, and his boss, a computer called Googol. Set in an alternative version of 1960s Los Angeles, each book will be more or less standalone but together will form an overarching story arc with ‘Brisk Money‘ as the origin story.
Adam Christopher
I probably could have toured off ‘Trilogy’ for the rest of my life. It definitely changed the culture. No one can do a trilogy again without thanking The Weeknd.
I think that the ‘Bourne Trilogy,’ it’s definitely redefined the genre and took it to a new level. It was really great to be part of that experience. It is a very smart movie and a very smart script, great director, and great, you know, fellow actors.
Occasionally, I hear grumbles about everything being a series or a trilogy, but apart from the question of them maybe selling more books, I think that there’s a real problem in trying to introduce a new world or a new concept while also getting your reader to pay close attention to your characters and themes.
A trilogy is a pretty abstract notion. You can apply it to almost any three things.
More than anything, I wanted to be Aragorn in ‘Lord of the Rings,’ and I wanted to be Lirael in the ‘Sabriel’ trilogy. The only way I was ever going to get to do that was act, so I tried.
As soon as I got off the plane in L.A., I heard they’d cast the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy and that it was all being shot in New Zealand! That was pretty ironic.
When I finished the trilogy of ‘Pirates of the Caribbeanmovies, I had a gear shift and thought, ‘I need to take a moment to smell the roses.’
My gut feeling about sequels is that they should be premeditated: You should try to write a trilogy first or at least sketch out a trilogy if you have any faith in your film.
For bedtime reading, I usually curl up with a good monograph on quantum physics or string theory, my specialty. But since I was a child, I have been fascinated by science fiction. My all-time favorite is ‘The Foundation Trilogy,’ by Isaac Asimov.
With the ‘Old Kingdom‘ trilogy, at least half the readers were older adults rather than younger adults. I wrote them for myself with no particular audience in mind.
Garth Nix
I was drawn to the role of Deena in the ‘Fear Street’ trilogy because she is incredibly passionate, strong, resilient, and brave.
With the ‘Hazelwood High‘ trilogy, I wasn’t sure I was writing a trilogy. I would just write one book, then another, and then another, because the young adults who wrote me told me that they wanted to read more.
Sharon Draper
After the Grisha Trilogy, I think I was a little burned out on ‘chosen one’ narratives and I wanted to take a big step away from that.
I knew the second I finished the first record – ‘House Of Balloons‘ – and had all this material leftover that a trilogy would be best.
In crime fiction, I cut my teeth on early Robert Parker, Elmore Leonard, John D. MacDonald, and Alan Furst. I always loved the writing of Hemingway and Faulkner. Cormac McCarthy‘s ‘Border Trilogy’ has been a huge influence; I think I read those novels four times.
Nick Petrie
One of my favorite ways to write paranormal, as in the ‘Wake‘ trilogy, is to write very normal characters with just a hint of something other-worldly. Like somewhere, maybe, someone really can get sucked into other people‘s dreams.
Lisa McMann
I started to watch ‘Play for Today‘ and plays like ‘Cathy Come Home,’ and Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Billy‘ trilogy in the 1980s, which took us into the world of the Belfast family. As a kid in Luton, how was I ever going to know that world otherwise?
Nowadays it seems as though people sit down to write what they know is going to be a trilogy.
If you make a trilogy, the whole point is to get to that third chapter, and the third chapter is what justifies what’s come before.
It's funny: I've joked that 'Sharp Objects,' 'To the Bo

It’s funny: I’ve joked that ‘Sharp Objects,’ ‘To the Bone,’ and ‘Dietland’ are my self-harm trilogy, and each one is a different side of that triangle, with ‘Dietland’ really about fighting back.
Nobody criticizes the ‘Mighty Ducks‘ trilogy and gets away with it. Nobody!
After ‘The Orphanage‘ and ‘The Impossible,’ ‘A Monster Calls‘ is the perfect final chapter in a trilogy centred on the extraordinary strength of the mother-child bond.
Juan Antonio Bayona
I had been obsessed with the Arthurian legends all my life, and I knew that that would work its way into any trilogy I wrote. I was fascinated by the Eddas, the Norse and Icelandic legends, Odin on the world tree.
What Christopher Nolan and I have done with ‘Superman‘ is try to bring the same naturalistic approach that we adopted for the ‘Batman‘ trilogy. We always had a naturalistic approach; we want our stories to be rooted in reality, like they could happen in the same world we live in.
California Bones‘ is the first volume in my trilogy about Daniel Blackland, a wizard trying to survive in a world that eats wizards. It’s a book about friends and family, trust and betrayal, the love of power and the power of love.
If I had a story idea that I felt would work best in three volumes I might write a trilogy eventually. I’d very likely write it all at once, though, so I could work on it as a whole and not broken into individual volumes.
Spending time with Mexican-born writer and director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, you’d never guess that he’s the filmmaker behind a series of movies known as the ‘Death Trilogy.’ The way he dotes on his children and talks about his wife makes it clear that he has a crackling passion for life.
I finished ‘The Hunger Games‘ trilogy, and I love most anything with zombies.
Rachel Gibson
I had an erroneous idea that writing a duology would be simpler than writing a trilogy because I would get to cut out the middle book. It turns out it was actually harder because ‘Wildcard’ became this combination of having to write a book two and three at the same time.
Best memoriesobviously, winning a title for the first time. Probably my last fight against Gray Maynard where I was able to finish him for the trilogy. Those were definitely great moments. The worst moments are the losses, for sure.
Frankie Edgar
I think ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy has a very satisfying ending, and there’s not really that deep of a mythological construct.
I love you, C-3PO. I love the original trilogy. But when R2-D2 runs away in the first ‘Star Wars,’ instead of stopping him or going to tell Luke and Uncle Owen, he hides. It’s so good. He hides! He has to wait for Luke to come and tell him R2-D2 ran away. What a dork!
In the ‘Garnethill’ trilogy, people always forget that Maureen O’Donnell’s dad was a journalist and she did art history at uni and her brother did law, but no-one ever thinks they’re middle-class – they’re just working class because they speak with accents.
There are two trilogies I admire: Robertson Davies’s ‘The Deptford Trilogy’ and Philip Pullman’s ‘His Dark Materials.’
The look of ‘Rebels‘ is based much more on the classic ‘Star Wars’ trilogy, where the ‘The Clone Wars’ was a prequel era series.
My first score for ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy, ‘The Fellowship of the Ring,’ was the beginning of my journey into the world of Tolkien, and I will always hold a special fondness for the music and the experience.
I’m a Christopher Nolan fiend. I love ‘Inception,’ ‘Interstellar,’ ‘The Prestige,’ ‘Memento‘ and of course the Batman trilogy. I love all his movies.
Bombay Velvet‘ is my first film in a trilogy about Bombay, before it became a metropolis.
I still feel there is a trilogy between Henry Cejudo and Demetrious, and I see that playing out in the future.
There are two books that impressed me when I was very young. One was ‘The Adventures of Augie March‘ – the idea of having something so generous, and so adventurous and improvisatory. The other was ‘The U.S.A. Trilogy,’ by John Dos Passos.
Probably the most formative experience was reading the ‘Foundation’ trilogy when I was about twelve years old. That wasn’t the first science fiction I had ever read, but it’s something that stands out in my memory as having had a big impact on me.
Ted Chiang
The time frame is summer 1961, a year after the gold medal in the National Science Fair. I always saw my ‘Coalwood’ books as a trilogy. This book finishes the story of my life in Coalwood. I think it’s the best of the three.
Of all the projects I’ve ever done, ‘Stargate‘ is the only one from the beginning intended to be a trilogy. We always wanted to do parts two and three, but the thinking was they didn’t want to do anything other than the TV series.