"I don’t know what I thought it was gonna be. Honest to God, I did a movie and a couple of little TV shows when I was 16, didn’t do anything again, got into drama school. Then I started working pretty much immediately after drama school. I wasn’t really aware of what was going on, and I still hadn’t really decided that I was an actor. I hadn’t sort of said to myself "Right, this is the rest of my life," because you can’t, because there is still a big massive part of me saying, "What if the work dries up tomorrow? Then I’m not an actor any more," you know?"
"I wanted to ask the original trilogy actors: What’s it feel like to return to these characters after so long? And for the new First Class actors: What’s it like for you guys to get to mix with the original cast’s actors? "
I don’t think I’m ever going to get to the point where people run across a freeway to take a picture of me. I really don’t see it getting to that level of hysteria unless I have an affair with the Queen of Sweden or something like that.
"It’s a very easy environment to work with James. It’s not like we need to discuss anything beforehand, if I’ve got an idea I don’t have to pre-warn him that I’m going to do something because I know that he’ll react to it in the scene and it’s just a very responsive experience and a very I think relaxed working relationship that we’ve got as well." (x)
My publicist told me that a magazine was going to say I was having a thing with either Sam Claflin or Bradley Cooper, and I got to choose. And I chose Bradley Cooper because I love Sam’s fiancée so much. [Sam is] so sweet. So sweet that he’s almost not hot anymore.