There's something nice about being able to leave your sense of morality at the door when you come to work in the morning and just be cruel to people all day. It's quite fun. In a lot of my scenes I'm on my own and I would turn up for work and there'd be me and a crew and Ron Howard and it felt like a small, intimate, personal, independent movie. But I hear that's not what it's going to be.
Businessmen lay off human beings from work, businessmen decide to make shirts in Indonesia and use 8-year-old children to do it in order to turn a profit, businessmen make really cold decisions every day. Businessmen run diamond mines. They walk around in the legitimate world. I try to play it more like that.