I found these on blogs, maybe you could email them and see what the source writing was. (I'll keep adding if I find more versions. Ah, the life of quotes, don't you just love them?)
"If our life is a movie we each star in, I'm looking at tomorrow's script, and learning and rehearsing my lines."
"If life is a movie most people would consider themselves the star of their own feature."
There's a version in the 1992 book, "Death in Texas" by Carlton Smith on page 42.
"...whereas Roger seemed disorganized, a plunger given to flights of melodrama, as if life were a movie and he was the star."
I found these lines from "Miss Scoons" in a 1976 Sam Shepard play, "Angel City" within a book called "Plays, Movies, and Critics," by Jody MacAuliffe on page 128:
"I look at the screen and I am the screen. I'm not me. I don't know who I am. I look at the movie and I am the movie. I am the star. I am the star in the movie. I look at my life when I come down. I look and I hate my life when I come down. I hate my life not being a movie. I hate my life not being a star. I hate being myself in my life which isn't a movie and never will be."
From the "Muppet Movie" (1979):
Kermit: Life is like a movie. Write your own ending.
All of the muppets singing together: Keep believing / Keep pretending / We've done just what we've set out to do. Someday you'll find it, the rainbow connection. The lovers, the dreamers, and you!
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