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I'm sure nobody working for Tom Cruise would turn around and say, 'Tom, don't do that anymore because you're a dickhead to do that'. I felt lower then than I did when I was 13 years old, I remember getting out of the limo with Toni Collette and Christian Bale and walking towards all these photographers, and they were going, 'Hey! I think it is important to stay close to your roots and be true to yourself, be honest. But on the other hand, it's very competitive within the relationship.I don't want to play games in Hollywood and pretend to be someone else. The hardest part of acting is realizing it doesn't matter. There's only room for one actor in my life and I'm it. Two actors, say one becomes a mega-star and the other doesn't. So one is getting so much attention, and the other person feels jealous.
Everything becomes harder, you want the best roles, the biggest roles. It's about achieving something that's brilliant, creating something that's brilliant, for other people.
He was sensitive and attitudeish - lawyerish - but at the same time so boyish, so sexual, so misled. I don't think Oliver really knew what he was taking on. I get--for 10 to 12 hours a day--to not really be me. Sure, it's satisfying when a film you're in breaks 0 million at the box office, and the next thing is you get a million offer, and there are awards flying about the place. Every so often someone comes up and says, "Hey, I saw you in that movie. " And I'm like, "Yeah, thanks very much." And that's where the satisfaction comes in.
(On what satisfaction he gets as an actor) What do I get out of it at the end of the day? (On being a professional actor) I started acting at 18 years old because I got a lead role in a movie.
I still suffer from insecurity and that situation would make it worse. I'm going to try and not take it too seriously because, if I do, I would really wreck my head. At some point in your career as an actor you're going to have to get on a Stairmaster. If you want to be at the top of your game, you can't be out partying with your friends, or having six pints a night down the pub.
When somebody looks at the body of work that I've done and they put Bend It like Beckham, Match Point, August Rush, The Tudor's and Elvis next to each other they can see very many different layers of what I can do as an actor. Any actor who sits down in front of you and tells you they're not vain its bullshit. If you're playing someone like Elvis Presley, the Elvis Presley that I know from reading and researching, you do it from the heart. It was very, very hard, having to pretend to be Elvis Presley, because I'm an actor doing it, but unless you wake up every morning being Elvis Presley, you really don't know what that feels like.