Morally, the show challenges itself consistently. To be honest, sometimes I don't know where the morals stand. But at some point in time, usually at the end of each episode, you come up with some kind of message and some kind of moralistic virtue in some kind of way.
The ending was left open. He was basically frozen, after being heated Ã¢â‚¬â€ or whatever it was Ã¢â‚¬â€ and then solidified into this massive, silver, whatever-it-was. And then he was basically boxed up and carted away.
Every character, to me, seems to be consistently on the precipice of an explosion or going over the edge, ... So you continually have to be at that level. I feel like, as an actor, it doesn't work unless you're at that place.
Everything was very specific and very fitted. I can't tell you what we went through for this job in regards to full body scans and the prosthetic process that you go through and all that kind of stuff, but everything was done very specifically to fit you perfectly.
I stepped into Victor's office and it was like bigger than this [meeting room]. And it's so intimidating and it's all made out of this cobalt, kind of cold material. It's got all this material from the moon.