Rambo isn't violent. I see Rambo as a philanthropist.
When you're scared, when you're hanging on, when life is hurting you, then you're going to see what you're really made of.
I'm more focused and have a greater sense of challenge, because I constantly feel the weight of time.
On the sequel, you've lost the element of surprise. Usually, on the first one you may not go very, very deep into character; the second one you start to explore the character a bit more.
All good actors are unpredictable, and a little crazy in a good way, because they feel more secure playing other people than themselves.
Voices are like fingerprints, from Cagney to Bogart. They never lost it. My voice is instrumental in categorizing me.