Sometimes in Brazil, I work harder to make characters different and believable and to overcome the persona I have.
In life, usually, even if you live in a big city, you can count on your fingers on one hand how many real friends you have; that's human.
There is a friend of mine that is very into the comic book world, and he showed me '300,' and I looked at it, and I said, 'Wow, that could be a great film.'
I love both the sun and the moon, day and night. But I enjoy the day the most because I live in Rio and I can play sports.
I need to surf - surf and yoga. Whenever I'm in L.A., I go down to San Diego to surf for the weekend, and I always come back perfect.
It's hard, the green screen; it's a different way of working.
I'm a spiritual person. I'm not very religious. I was raised Catholic, but I am influenced a lot by Buddhism and Hinduism.
I never make a choice thinking about the results. I'm never gonna take a role or a project thinking where this could - what this could bring me or something like that, because you've got no control about anything, actually.
I take a role because it makes sense to me, rationally.
Definitely as an actor, the experience you have, at least I'm talking for me, my experience as an actor is you go to the set and know what you're going to do, know your lines, you rehearse, you do your scene, you go back home. As a producer, for the first time I saw the whole picture in a completely different way.
I actually have a piece of the wardrobe of most of the characters that I've played. I always ask for something.