The movies people don’t talk about or remember after six months’ time don’t really matter.
I think luck gets you on to the stage. But it has nothing to do with keeping you there.
I guess I’m a very keen observer, and I’d like to think I have a good imagination.
I’m always reading and looking around for the next thing.
The reason my kids come to the set is so I can actually see them.
I guess subconsciously that all the great people you work with have an influence on you.
I didn’t study Greek mythology in school and I wish I had.
When I shoot I’ll take my family with me – one movie a year and then the rest of the time at home.
I’ve given no thought to moving to America at all.
I fell in love with many women at school who had no idea I existed. I’m a bit of a romantic.
The darker the film, the more vital everyone’s sense of humor is on set.
It’s always been my hope, as an actor, to reveal only what is relevant about myself to the work.
I never look at the size of the film when I’m looking for a part.
It’s always bitterly disappointing to people to see how normally one can live.
I occasionally go to the gym and I lift free weights, I don’t use machines.
I always find that 90% of the performance, for me, is about what comes from inside.
Technically speaking, you can build anything out of sand; it doesn’t mean you do it.
My wife and I really, really like each other as well as love each other.