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And it was fine, because we all got along really well. Whenever we did the kissing scenes, which was quite frequent, quite often, he'd have five fags in between a shot, and she'd go up to him and be like, "You're not going near my baby until you take this," and she'd just hand him a mint. And we were standing far enough away that he couldn't see us, and he went into his trailer, and literally a few seconds later, he ran out. But I'm terrible, because I get involved in pranks, but then I get such a kick out of them that I have to tell the person who we're pranking, because I want them to be involved, too. How tough was it to wear the glowy-eyes contacts in the desert? They're heavier, see that's the thing — they're not just normal contact lenses, they're a heavier lens. Her Twilight vampires go out in the day, for instance. We call ourselves "sucreants." We don't have fangs — we have a talon, like a long thumbnail. What I really liked is that it's more like folklore, like a legend, like something that's come out of an old story book.
We were always laughing at each other, and we'd had that whenever we did those scenes. So I'm like, "Yeah, it's great, isn't it, that it's not a real cockroach? And I was really worried about, because I thought, I'm not going to be able to see anyone through these things! It's only a little pinhole that you're looking through. If I ever look a little uptight onscreen, you know why now. If I hadn't, it would have been 500 grand every minute to put it in digitally. But you have that in the upcoming Neil Jordan movie Byzantium? And it's sad to see these two young women who are floating through whatever era they're in, can never really settle down, can never really form a relationship with anyone, can never really speak to anyone, because if they tell them, they have to kill them.
'I was thinking, if I get this, they would probably pay a bit, there would be a lot of exposure - but I could pretty much bank on not having the kind of career I want.'He talks admiringly of Andrew Garfield and Tom Hardy, two young British actors who have made interesting career choices, and speaks of his love for Pinter and Stoppard: 'I want to have a career that lasts 60 years, not six.' He has a wariness of Hollywood and laughs at the ridiculous diets and the punishing vanity.
'At the end of a really, really, really horrible workout, the only thing I want to do is have a smoke,'he laughs.
“We go away, do the work, come back together and talk about it.
(You can always tell when the aliens, who resemble silverfish, have taken over a host because the human's eyes start to glow in an eerie way.) Intergalactic body-snatching is not without its difficulties, especially in this case, because Melanie refuses to vacate the premises and gets mightily peeved when Wanda starts up a romance with a guy other than the one she already likes.Max Irons (here we go), son of Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack, has a way to go yet – despite already having been dubbed "the new Robert Pattinson" for his role in the Stephenie Meyer vampire movie The Host, and winning the lead male role in BBC1's new history epic The White Queen."Interviews all end up mentioning my dad," he says. It's slightly dispiriting."We're talking in his trailer in the car park of a disused factory near Bruges in Belgium, which is now full of interior sets for BBC1's lavish (the budget is estimated at £20m) adaptation of Philippa Gregory's Wars of the Roses saga The White Queen.