On his private life: “I'm pretty low key,” says the 28-year-old actor. “I’m not selling clothes. I’m not really engaged on social media. It’s interesting to pick and choose the moments where you really want to work, where you really want to be seen. But I’m just an actor, first and foremost. I just want to disappear.”
On bigger IP’s and Marvel/DC films: “Now, studios aren’t making movies that aren't based off of IP that matters to them,” he says. “If you try to get in there, you get stuck in the bureaucracy trying to get approval from the chains of command. Then you're going nowhere.”
“Plus,” he adds with a smirk, “I don’t really want to wear tights and shit.”
On growing up as a child actor in Hollywood: “I made a lot of mistakes,” he says. “I did a lot of things that didn't make me feel good. I compromised a lot when I was a kid. I learned a lot. I found that I’m guided by what makes me feel best at the end of the day, so I’m picky now. I’m pickier.”
He added: “Sometimes you get taken off-course. Hollywood culture is really gross and superficial. I found myself being productized and manipulated by the Hollywood machine, but then I’d find myself getting back to who I am, and liking that form of representation, and learning from it.”
Read his full-length interview at the first source.
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