“Every rule said, ‘You don’t make a movie with a talking tree,’ ‘You don’t spend this much money on a raccoon with a gun,’” the 35-year-old actor told the magazine. “For me, I was like, ‘Oh, so this movie is going to bomb. Done. This is the end of my career.’”
Also getting a cover for the issue is Birdman actor Michael Keaton.
“I go from one thing to the other, and sometimes I stop acting altogether,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “Sometimes I raise a kid, and sometimes I build a house in Montana.”
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