Here is what the 51-year-old Captain America: Civil War actor shared with the mag:
When asked about a moment he felt he failed at something: “I don’t want to talk about failure. I want to talk about moments of humility. Like when you feel suddenly sick and embarrassed but then you have to continue on to the next moment immediately in full view of others. Because it’s not failure if you just recognize, I fell short, and that’s okay.”
On what he looks for in new projects at this point in his career: “Honestly, just as someone who loves movies, it’s: Can I be bothered to go see that movie if that guys makes it? I’m not saying that I only want to do quote-unquote popular mainstream movies. But, life is short, and ultimately I’m in a service industry. As much as I exist to do anything else, I exist to create widgets of entertainment for other people to consume. And some people, that’s a big affront to their sensibilities, and I go, okay. End of the day, you are in a service industry, like Kirkland. It’s that simple.”
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