Zitat des Tages von Jason Clarke:
In terms of publicity and interviews, well, it's really hard in this modern world to keep a sense of mystery.
I do want to have holidays and see my family and friends.
'Zero Dark Thirty' raised the stakes. It raised the stakes in cinema, man. I don't think people really know how to grasp what type of film this is.
My career has worked out exactly how I like, and I am just happy to go to a coffee shop and nobody knows me, or when they do, they are complimenting me on the work they have seen, and it feels very genuine.
You need mystery. You actually do. I think that's what foreign women, French women in particular, are good at. There's still a sense that you need to keep some of the unknown because that's where the soul resides, or something.
I was particularly happy to do a potential franchise where I was not putting on a mask or a pair of tights.
I'd change nothing in my career path. I was never built for being a handsome teenage star. That's just not in my psyche, I think. I would have hated to have grown up famous.
Your voice is important - it gives away everything about you. The mouth is a muscle you have to work like you'd work at the gym.
I can't complain about the roles that have come my way.
I think it's very important to allow people into Ted Kennedy. Thousands of people lined the streets the day of his funeral.
I love a good wool suit, and I appreciate the fact that it's a natural fiber. I know where it comes from, and I know how it's bred. And it's built to last. It breathes, and it feels good.
My favorite part of the film business is the research part, with the access we get from people who are excited to be involved and the things we get to see and do, which we're not normally going to get in everyday life.
Look at a guy like Ian McKellen, who is eighty or whatever, and he's just loving his work, and you can see that in the work. That defines what type of actor you are. And what kind of people want to work with you. And whether you can do this job for a long, long time.
I'm not against anybody - everyone does what they need to do.
We're a very judgmental society.
With acting, you do want to get every job, and you're trying to get every audition, but then you reach a certain stage where you start to kind of gravitate toward the stories and the people that have a similar heartbeat.
I believe it's worth observing terrible things people have done as clearly and rationally as we can to show that our monsters are not caricatures.
I'm an actor doing a job, but I'm also living a life.
Yes, films need to make their money back - it's an expensive business, and people need to be paid for what's involved - but just because you can, it doesn't mean you should.