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I just think if you’re going to do something, do it properly.
– Douglas Booth
I only want to work with interesting filmmakers.
It’s important to read as much as you can because you never know when you will find the best script that you want to do next. I’m always quite picky in what I read and what I go for.
The ‘boy next door’ parts I get offered, I don’t find interesting.
It’s very important to hold on to what you want. In front of you is very easy fame and very easy money.
Sexuality is such a small part of the make-up of someone; it’s not who they are.
I bike everywhere.
When you’re forced to watch something in school, you never really enjoy it; you sort of rebel against it in a certain way.
I believe if you’re prepared to kill the animal, you’re allowed to eat it.
I don’t feel like I’ve ever kissed any of the people I have done for acting. That moment didn’t exist for you; it existed for that person.
I am huge water sports fan. I love to jet ski, speedboat, water ski. So I love to get away to somewhere sunny and just get on the water and have some fun with some friends.
I was lucky enough to get a very good agent at the age of 15, and got my first film when I was 16, so it’s been rolling on since then.
I try to find more interesting material with each project I do.
Some people call me Dougie Fresh. I don’t know why.
I love to go see films, even on my own. I just walk to the nearest cinema. There’s nothing better than watching a movie alone; you can just sit there and zone in.
On a Friday night, I like to go out because my friends, who have been working normal hours, just want to let go after a stressful week at work.
Dickens writes such brilliant characters and stories, and his themes and social commentary are still so relevant. I think that’s why he’s still so loved today.
The British actors I’ve met and worked with have all been very supportive of each other.
You may have a broken heart, but you may find someone else.
Articles always end up being about my appearance. I had a conversation with Jude Law: he told me people’s obsession with looks goes away after a while.
When I do my own wardrobe, I try to wear a designer from each of the countries I’m visiting: Tom Ford for New York, Hugo Boss for Germany, Burberry for England.
I’m pretty romantic.
My grandfather was a great chef.
I love art. My sister is an artist and my mother is a painter, so it is very much in the family. I haven’t ever wanted to be a fine artist myself – my sister robbed me of my artistic talent, I think.
I saw ‘The Fountain’ because my friend came over one day and said, ‘This is my favorite movie I’ve ever seen. Please watch this,’ and I watched it, and that was amazing.
‘Romeo & Juliet’ is still relevant and real.
External beauty is a bizarre thing to me.
I looked on IMDB, at the message boards there, and someone had posted something about a sheep having more talent than me.
It’s great to fall head over heels in love at a fast pace, and nothing’s more romantic, but you need to look after yourself.
Who doesn’t want to fly around in a spaceship?