In a film you only get two hours to do this big arc and so you have to pick and choose your moments carefully, but with television you get to take your time and just take it episode by episode and discover new things.
It's good to have butterflies. And they always go away. The camera starts rolling and they go away and it's all good.
The difference between a regular camera and a 3D camera, for an actor, is really no different except that the turn-arounds are longer. It takes a lot longer to set up a shot because the cinematographer is really trying to set up a whole world, so it can't be more intricate and more beautiful to the viewers, in 3D.
I was always a fan of Spider-Man and most superheroes. There aren't a whole lot of little boys out there that aren't.
Fred L. Turner