>>951 That must be it - or something along those lines.
>>956 The Verge article: the The Work argument doesn't fly very far, not with his expanded 'team.' Having a groomer and paying someone to pick out your socks doesn't scream 'Work.' It points to someone who very much wants to influence people's opinions. Which is fine - being an actor means playing the fame game. But don't be all 'I'm above that' about it. And, if this is some way to passively protect his private life, why be passive about it? If someone asks him about his private life, he shouldn't give them the 'it's really about the work' spiel, he should tell them that his private life is private and he's not going to talk about it. Why he seems incapable of this direct approach baffles me.
I'm going to the 10:00pm showing of ISTL - late enough? It will just be me and the dodgy TH/EO fans in raincoats. I'll give a spoiler-free review on Monday.