Some of the downbeat pictures, in my opinion, should never be made at all. Most of them are made for personal satisfaction, to impress other actors who say "Oh, God! what a shot, what camera work!" But the average person in the audience, who bought his ticket to be entertained, doesn't see that at all. He comes out depressed.
My dance teacher will show me pictures of girls who are rhythmic gymnasts, and they are super skinny. But I don't want to be too skinny. I think that looks a little gross when you are dancing. You don't want to be a scrawny, bony thing.
I have a fat head – I get freaked-out looking at pictures of me.
Writers used to make such wonderful pictures without all that swearing, all that cursing. And now it seems that you can't say three words without cursing. And I don't think that's right.
I breeze through Twitter - I look at the mentions, the pictures, the videos.
What I loved about Anton was that he did the pictures really quickly, with no fuss, no fucking about: bang, bang, bang, and it was over. At the time, I thought, Now, that’s how a photo shoot should be. Those shots he took of us in the tube station: absolutely brilliant.
I have always liked to get my pictures taken, and I like taking care of my looks. But, I am not one to use beauty products and treatments.
Stop taking pictures and start experiencing life.
I'm very passionate about my two Dobermans, Stella and Mr Jonty. I go on and on and on about them, and people have to tell me to shut up before I get out pictures of them.
Twitter's more fast-paced. Instagram, it's more, like, lifestyle and posting very specific, cool pictures.
I'm no actor, and I've got 64 pictures to prove it.
If you saw pictures of me as a kid, you'd laugh because I was always in football kit.