On wearing a suit for most of the film: "We didn't talk about particulars of the way he would move. But I'm quite awkward in a suit because I don't have an opportunity to wear a suit very often, and this is a guy who lives in a suit — the best suit. That has to have an effect. But when you end up in a suit for 80 percent of the filming process, you become pretty comfortable with it."
On being a character actor: "I don't think I'll ever play a character that I don't have some fondness for or who doesn't have some redeeming quality to me. . . . I think you've got to learn something from every character you play. You've got to take something away, as an actor, as a person."
On acting in films versus acting on TV: "I approach it all as the same thing. I've just finished watching True Detective, but I didn't watch it thinking that Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson were acting for the small screen. I just thought they were f*cking brilliant and giving epic performances."
Source: Interview Magazine / Elvis Mitchell