“when I did a Harry Potter film, years ago, and I was just starting to realize that I wanted to be an actor, even though I had already finished three movies, by that point. I remember being in Tokyo and looking out the window and seeing the Tokyo skyline. It made me reflect on what had happened in my life, and I was in awe of what road I had taken, by accident.”
You’re not really allowed to complain about any of this fame. You’re just supposed to be grateful. And obviously, I get it. You’re lucky and you should appreciate your luck. But I mean, it just seems if you even hint that there’s a bad side to any of this, people will be like, ‘Liar! ’ I guess it’s because people want to have it as a dream.
“With awkward stuff it’s like none of it is awkward if you feel like it’s going to be good afterwards. Once you get to a certain point you think that it’s going to be good. You just trust and then it doesn’t feel awkward. Besides I’ve done way more awkward stuff in my real life!”
“I was in Cannes just to promote it and I felt like I was piggybacking a little on the credibility of the festival. I felt like an imposter. To have a film in Cannes much sooner than I ever thought it was amazing yeah.”