I think people believe that I give ant aura of someone who has both feet on the ground.
When I started off many years ago, I made a determination that there were certain roles I didn't want to play.
I would love to play the villain, but again, it sort of what happens in this industry.
I think it talks about that there needs to be some proactive attack against drugs infiltrating our culture.
If there's no craft there, then once the looks go, there goes your career.
Unfortunately, most actors want to play off their own personal mystique and good looks and whatever, but that will only carry you but so far.
Basically, the actor's job is to pay attention to the script.
I love doing movies but I loved doing theatre just as much.
If you have the skill, then you can move as you age.
I think the thing is with a movie that has this much science fiction in it; you need characters who are more science fact, if you know what I mean, than they are human.
James Cameron has always been way ahead of the curve in terms of the use of technology in his movies.
With my background, I came out of the theater.
I came into the industry at a time when there weren't a lot of choices to what you could do.
Film and television is just a different technique in terms of how to approach the camera but basically the job is the same; but what you learn as a craft in theater, you can then learn to translate that into any mediums.
One, I had never worked with John Woo before and I wanted to see what that was like, and two, Ben Affleck is a friend, so it would be fun to work with him again.
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