You can certainly keep a low public profile if you want to.
I'd really love to live in New York for awhile. That's what I'm hoping to do.
I've got friends who are pyrotechnics who do big fire shows, so I'm really fascinated by that.
In the original computer game of Doom, you not only have to kill things. You have to pulverise them.
I'm probably not going to play a junkie and that's OK because there are other people who will do it better.
Nothing can teach you what it's like to work on a film set, and the best education there can be for an actor is to walk up the street and observe human nature.
I've been doing Pride and Prejudice all summer, so suddenly the chance to be holed up with a bunch of marines is quite attractive, and probably a necessary dose of male energy.
The job of an actor is the same in all of them, really. I mean, you're just creating a character that you hope people will believe, so it doesn't make that much of a difference really.
I think, you know, as an actor we get these terribly sort of pretentious ideas in our heads. We try to take everything very seriously at first, you know, until we lighten up, we get onboard, and have a laugh.
I think you tend to try, during the time you've got off, to forget about the film. It was such a total world. I mean, the sets were claustrophobic, and as soon as you were on there, you were right back into it.