Kevin Costner sure loves himself. For starters, the actor thinks his latest movie, "Swing Vote," is destined to be a classic.
"It starts off as an American comedy, but right at the end, just like 'Field of Dreams,' feelings bubble up that you didn't really think were possible," he said at the flick's premiere. "For me, it works as a movie, and if we did it correctly, it will work for a long time."
Then there's the fact that he stood in the back of the Tribeca Grand screening room and smirked at his own performance for 45 minutes, then embarrassed people who got up to leave by saying, "You're coming back, right?"