Here’s what the 35-year-old The Finest Hours actor had to share:
On doing comedy: “Anytime I get offered a chance to wear a wig, I will do it. I really love doing comedy. It’s just not a bad way to spend the day.”
On his new role in The Finest Hours: “If the Coast Guard crew was tasked with doing the same mission the next night and the night after that, they would have done it. That’s their job, but they don’t have their names engraved in stone and they don’t take a selfie of the moment. I think that it moves us as artists to remind and re-remind our community that being selfless is something that should be done because it’s the right and good and human thing to do.”
On Star Trek: “It’s gotten so much better and so much easier. This family we built has gotten tighter, stronger and stranger; we fight more and we make up more. It’s a great marriage—we understand each other and what we all do best… And now that J.J. Abrams has left, the kids have taken over the asylum.”
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