He was really good at making you feel that every moment was really important and how to get the timing right.
“Comedy is not something that had necessarily jumped out as something I'd immediately go for and he instilled a confidence in me... Sacha Baron Cohen was involved as well and he knows how to get the right results from people and do it with such a charming demeanour as well, which I think is cool.” • Alice Through The Looking Glass is released in cinemas on May 27.
Well, a source close to the actor has the answer to all of our questions.
He gave us the reason behind Ed’s inactivity in Twitter.
He thought sharing pictures and Tweets on social media sites was a way of inviting rude remarks from haters and making one’s life public. And I don’t think, he will be back again,” explained the informant. The first time when he tweeted was on June 11 and the last time he posted anything was on September 20 this year. “Check out my mate robs video it's for a great cause and it's actually pretty funny...him!
HE wowed Downton Abbey fans as Jimmy the dashing second footman and thrilled fans as Slean in the ITV series Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands earlier this year.
“After landing the titular role in Eragon, his career just tumbled down. He had thought that Eragon would be his ticket to the mainstream cinema.
But unfortunately, the unfavorable critical responses shattered his dreams,” the source told.
“People make an assumption very quickly that you’re posh, but it’s not true.
Equally, if I hadn’t been there I might not have had some of the opportunities I had.” His big break came at the age of 17 as the lead in the Hollywood movie Eragon with a cast that included Jeremy Irons, John Malkovich and Rachel Weisz.