I'm English. Our dentistry is not world famous. But I made sure I got moldings of my old teeth beforehand because I miss them.
It's not who i am underneath but what i do that defines me
What I love about my wife is that she's a really strong-minded, stubborn, fiery woman. I find that sexier than anything else.
I think trying too hard to be sexy is the worst thing in the world a woman can do.
If everyone really knew what a jerk I am in real life, I wouldn't be so adored in the slightest.
My method can be nothing, or the most intense, bizarre preparations you've ever seen.
I only sound intelligent when there's a good script writer around.
I don't think I'm like any of the characters I've played - they're all really far from who I am.
An actor should never be larger than the film he's in.
He's not your classical sexy type but he is Batman and you can never underestimate the powers of a superhero!
A movie star is someone people look at and go, 'I want to be like that person'. There's the responsibility of desire. It's not something I'm interested in trying. I would fail miserably at it, so why even bother?
I have this theory that, depending on your attitude, your life doesn't have to become this ridiculous charade that it seems so many people end up living.
I never want to turn something down because I'm afraid to do it, because of some idea of image or whatever. That was never anything I set out to do. In fact, the opposite, I always want to confuse people in terms of any kind of image and be unpredictable in any kind of movie I make.
It's got to do with putting yourself in other people's shoes and seeing how far you can come to truly understand them. I like the empathy that comes from acting.
My hope is that people will be repulsed by the character's complete lack of ethics and obsession with consumerism - that's what I was saying about the difference between the character's message and the film's message.