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Where is the weirdest place you’ve ever been sick?
My wife and I traveled to Jamaica 15 years ago. Oh God that was a crazy trip! We stayed in this little bungalow out on the water, baked out of our minds for the first three days. We were just so stoned! And then we got sick and proceeded to get stoned ‘cos that makes you feel better.
Have you ever knowingly broken the law?
No comment. Yeah, all the time! I’ve done plenty of illegal narcotics, but I think everyone knowingly breaks the law pretty often, don’t they? I can’t imagine living my life abiding by the law completely. That’d be tough to do.
How much is a pint of milk?
There’s four of them in a gallon, right? A pint of milk, 16 ounces. How much would it cost? In Hawaii, a gallon of milk is like $6, so we’re talking $1.50. Buck 50.
When were you last naked outdoors?
Eight days ago. I’m naked outdoors a lot – I live in Hawaii – if naked outdoors means walking out to the pool naked and jumping and walking back inside.
What’s your karaoke song of choice?
Fake Plastic Trees, Radiohead. Thats a tough song! I like Radiohead a lot. I don’t think I’m a great singer, but I enjoy doing it.
They may play Secret Service agents in new thriller Vantage Point, but in real life, neither Dennis Quaid nor Matthew Fox wish to wear the badge.
“Most of the time, you’re just sitting in a hallway making sure someone doesn’t come down it. It’s not really interesting work, but in the movies, it’s great to be a Secret Service agent,” Dennis told reporters at the film’s New York premiere.
Matthew added: “It’s amazing and admirable that someone would give their life for someone else’s in a job and in a professional manner. I could never do this for real. I’d only take a bullet for my family.”
The Lost star revealed he didn’t have much time to prepare for the role, as he began filming Vantage Point only a day after wrapping up another project.
“Dennis did some preparation earlier, but I was working on another film and there was a 24-hour turnaround between both films, so I got thrown into the midst of it,” he admitted.
“We had consultants on the film at all times, so we could ask questions, and to make sure we got the logistics and the outward appearance of these guys.”
Matthew added: “And then, Dennis and I had to work quite a bit on finding a history between these two guys, which was cool.”
Vantage Point tells the story of an assassination of a president, from various perspectives. It’s released in the UK on March 7.
STARRING in Lost, possibly the most surreal television mystery since Twin Peaks, has made Matthew Fox a much better actor. Off screen, that is.
Matthew Fox knows how to keep a good secret.
He says he is forever pleading ignorant when fans — and sometimes fellow cast members — try to extract juicy details about the show’s many secrets from him.
And often, Fox says, he’s not giving those people the whole story.
The Channel 7 series about survivors of a plane crash marooned on a mysterious island has won legions of fans around the world and triggered countless theories about where the castaways actually are — purgatory, a computer game and a scientific experiment being some of the more outlandish suggestions.
As a friend of the show’s creators, JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof, Fox has occasionally been privy to plotlines ahead of time, but is sworn to secrecy.