My idea of a good night out is staying in.
I think what 'The Hobbit' and Middle-earth deal in are quite universal and timeless themes of honour and love and friendship... so they're things that do resonate with people.
I did a play once where a reviewer said, 'Martin Freeman's too nice to play a bad guy.' And I thought: 'Well, bad guys aren't always bad guys, you know?' When I see someone play the obvious villain, I know it's false.
I can spot someone with similar fashion sense to me a mile off.
I'm a big believer that life changes as much as you want it to.
I think I'm less gloomy than I used to be - I've got a very supportive other half.
I'm not particularly affable in real life, I have to tell you. I've got that side to me, of course, but that's not all I am.
I don't want to sound like a grumpy old man, but nothing winds me up more than people saying, 'Chill out' to me when I'm irritated!
I have a very extreme state of mind. Things are very black or very white.
People misunderstand me.
If I could get bands to come and play in my house, I'd like that.
There are lots of things that keep me awake at night, but work isn't one of them. I mean, no-one's going to die if someone doesn't like what I do. So I don't feel a great pressure.
To my mind there are not enough things that show the Nazis as human, as smart people, charismatic people, who are not inhuman naturally. But who are able to be fantastically inhuman when they choose to be.
I like things that are simple, such as an alarm clock.
I think people just like seeing friendship. I think people like seeing people who just drive each other up the wall, but at same time, can't live without each other.
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