Can you share with us a memory of your role in "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring"?
I think so! To cite a classic, the set "was a place of ruin and despair, ruled by an evil bear who smelled of strawberries!".
What motivates you to act?
Fresh air, because acting is like breathing for me.
Do you have any new tattoos?
Actually I do! I have a purple caterpillar on my foot. It contains a tracker, so I can be rescued if I am abducted, but unluckily it works only if I'm somehow au naturel.
Does your assistant use a pseudonym when he books, say, a hotel suite? You know, to protect your privacy and to deceive aficionados and stalkers
Absolutely! We go to extremes to elude those troublemakers. We usually employ the moniker "Sean Baan".
I heard that you will soon be busy with a charity marathon. Can you tell us why'd you decide to undertake such an embarrassing effort?
I had to for a clause in my last contract, which prescribed me to increase the number of charity events I attend.
And since when did you feel a need to address the delicate issue of astigmatism?
Since I was a little boy, and my parents would argue about it.
Do you do your own shopping?
No chance! I hire a crew of shopping gurus to compile my grocery list and texting it to a team of professional buyers distributed around the planet. For the clothes, I ever employ a crew of stand-in, each sharing with me one body part measure.
In a paper published on Journal of Epistemologic Topics, dr. Charles Cook has observed that your movies are "a supernatural summary of today symbolic Platonism". Which is your reaction?
Yes, it is evident that in his article appeared on Asian Psychological Quarterly, prof. Joe Baker completely rebutted that farfetched thesis.
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