“Well, it was FaceTiming them," the Oscar winner told BBC presenter Zoe Ball with perfect comedic timing.
This is arguably more exciting than getting knighted.
"I can’t see on a film set anymore,” the James Bond franchise actor said of working with macular degeneration.
"And I said that is fine, I don’t like film anyway," the actor revealed in a new interview with The Sunday Times.
The actors laughed and acted out when they shouldn't have in a TV production of "Ghosts."
The hashtag #ReleaseTheButtholeCut took off on Twitter after a tweet said that CGI anuses had been removed from the titular subjects.
"Keep laughing," the Oscar-winning actor said. "That's all we can do."
Universal reportedly told thousands of theaters that they'll be updating the film with “some improved visual effects."
Taylor Swift and Rebel Lynn bopping around as CGI cats? Nothing weird about that.
He's already heavily rumored for the role.