I’m far more comfortable in my 40s than I ever was.
You work on things and you have such faith in them while you’re making them that everything feels special – in a way.
Working on films where the money’s more important than the creativity, I just get a bit freaked out by that. I just don’t feel comfortable.
Where do you even draw the line between genres?
I went through a period where I just wanted to punch everybody. Since then, I’ve had a lot of therapy and I’ve figured a lot of things out.
I think a lot of actors take on fun roles and then they’re lazy or flippant with them. I just can’t do that.
I suffer from overheating quite easily.
Having a partner who has nothing to do with Hollywood helps keep things in perspective.
When you’re promoting a film it’s really interesting trying to gauge what people think about it.
I don’t enjoy movies in 3D. I find I can’t engage with the story as well.
A movie that gets a PG-13 rating can show someone running down a street killing 27 people. And there are no repercussions.
I’ll have a different answer tomorrow that I do today.
I never really enjoyed the fame stuff.
I don’t feel I’m making a conscious effort to go more commercial.
Growing up, I was a kid pretending to be an adult.