St. Trinian's (2007) is probably taking it to the extreme, but in essence it's saying, "If you be yourself, you can do whatever you want", and it's sort of a fun message.
Initially, I studied philosophy, because it claimed to give you answers to the meaning of existence, but it didn't: It was basically a semantics game.
I got into physics through pop science and quantum science and ended up being such a quantum groupie.
I would literally do anything for Richard Curtis. Anything.
I was a real daydreamer at school, gazing out of the window and losing myself in imaginary worlds.
Along with issues like global warming, I think a problem with the world today is population decline.
Men are visual creatures.
Acting is an odd lifestyle. You make deep bonds quickly and, though you move on, you go around on a loop and see people again.
As a child, I loved story books and wanted to be in them so desperately and live the stories.
Dark matter is interesting. Basically, the universe is heavier than it should be. There's whole swathes of stuff we can't account for.
I have a checklist of things I'd like to do in movies. One of them is get possessed. Die on a deathbed with a ghostly pallor - that's on my list.
I have an obsession with mortality. I saw a friend die when I was 18, and I can't get over it.
I used to ride horses when I was younger. Ponies were my life. I miss being fearless.
I think I was a pretty normal student; I just followed most of my friends.