A lot of the stuff you do as an actor – or I do, because I can't speak for everyone – is not always consciously thought out. A lot of the time, for me, it's actually just feeling stuff, and it happens all in the moment and your body reacts.
I don't see myself as a hunk of meat.
When I see myself on screen, I don't even feel like it's me – it's like it's a completely different person.
I'm on the ground, I've been in swing states, I've been talking to the American people, I've been out there speaking on behalf of Obama's record, I've been in the trenches.
This new movie, 'Full Moon in Blue Water,' I loved the idea of working with Gene Hackman, who is a great actor, but when I read the script, I threw it right into the trash can, because I didn't like this woman. She was just a doormat.
I love Houston music to death.