“Before ‘Zero Dark Thirty,’ I had played a different version of kind of the same person in every movie,” he said. “It’s been a bit of a survival mechanism my whole life to kind of play the dummy, and get laughs, and goof around.” But seeing himself in that role broadened his sense of possibilities. “It was another element to myself,” he said, “that I just hadn’t seen.” [x]
Misha Collins serves coffee to the Hall H line (x)
The guy next to Misha though. ”Ugh! This guy is going to make our job so hard! How to we do security with his crazy ass running around hugging fans, passing out coffee, and just being generally unpredictable!? Doesn’t he know he’s famous? He’s supposed to show up with body guards, wave and smile, and keep his distance from these people like everyone else?” Misha don’t give two fucks about what celebrities are supposed to do. How can you not love this man?