I really want to be a villain.
It's as boring to see a completely evil villain as it is to see a completely good guy.
Very few of my characters are totally heroic or totally villainous.
Life is not simple, and people can't be boxed into being either heroes or villains.
With 'Invincible', I wanted to create my own version of the Marvel or DC universe, with my own heroes and villains.
You know everyone loves to be the villain.
Heroes aren't supposed to do bad things. That's what villains are for. So either the good supersedes the bad, or the bad makes it impossible to remember the good. We don't like it when such duality exists in one person. We don't want to know our heroes are human.
I'm drawn to villains that are three-dimensional and raw and that I can kind of see in my own life.
It's interesting sometimes when an audience can empathize with a villain.
Even with a villain, you don't want him just to be some pockmarked punchbag.
Villains are fun to play.
I'm not an actress, you know. I don't know what's going on. And I'm supposed to be the villain.
You have to love the guy that you play, even if you play the villain, you've got to love him.
I'm not a role model. I'm a role villain.
Are people raised to be villains or vilified like I have become?
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