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.
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.
Villains are fun to play.
Are people raised to be villains or vilified like I have become?
I grew up on Disney movies and, as a kid, I always liked the villains.
This country-right-or-wrong business is getting a little out-of-date.. History is moving pretty quickly these days and the heroes and villains keep on changing parts.
I don't feel I'm playing villains all the time.
I'm such an admirer, I am an admirer of villains, especially working with so many great ones.
British actors are renowned for being great villains in movies, like Bond films, all the rest of it.
I do play villains.
It's fun playing the villain now and again; villains are so simple, and you don't have to worry about the audience loving you.
Browning's tragedies are tragedies without villains.
I also try very hard to create characters - both heroes and villains - with psychological depth.
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