I don't like myself without a beard.
I'm still not aware that I'm good looking.
I could eat 10 packs of Hula Hoops a day and not think about it.
It's not like I cleaned up with girls. I always looked young and I was very small; I hated being 'cute.'
You want roles that challenge you and that scare you a little and where you can really discover something, even about yourself, that maybe you didn't understand.
Everyone likes a bit of competition.
There are so many ways to make a living that don't involve hiding in bushes opposite houses of 18-year-old girls with a camera in your hand.
Christian Grey - he isn't a real person. He's a superhero. A myth. He's like Bigfoot! He's unbelievable. He's unattainable. There's no actor in the world who could live up to that.
Basically, I've always had a complex with the way I walk. I've not always been told I've got a bad walk, but someone's always commented on my walk.
It's funny when you know you're playing two characters and you're aware of how you have to play each one into your performance of the other. You're constantly at the back of your mind thinking and it all gets a bit confusing.
Fairytales are stories that span every generation and they've been around for a long time.
I can't really do the running on hard ground that I used to do. Instead I go swimming as often as possible.
I guess I'm just lucky with my genes.
I'm a fairly worldly guy.
I'm probably the worst person for 'Men's Health' to interview.
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