“That was like a big, huge fucking wave.
It was like, ‘Holy shit!'” he said, laughing.”
I got a tweet saying I’d be watching it forever, and I was like ‘No, no, no.'”
I can’t even watch it now.
I think I’ll probably never watch it again.
“It was at the start of a two-day visit to the US that the actor, who starred in The Great Wall as an impulsive young man, said he became obsessed with the internet.”
It was like I was on an island, and the internet was my little kingdom,” he said.”
So I would come back, I would go to the website, I’d go to YouTube, and if I wasn’t watching something I would just look at it, and it was just something I loved to do.”‘
I’m not going to go away’He was quick to point out that the internet didn’t seem to have an effect on his health.”
The internet has not helped me with any problems,” he told Channel 4.”
You’ve got to be careful when you have that kind of a thing going on, because the internet can be a huge thing.
“But I don’t want to go down that road.”
Mr Davies, who has since married, said the internet would not have stopped him from becoming a television star, and his career would have continued.
“If I’d stayed home and worked as a house painter, I think my career would’ve continued,” he added.
“What’s sad is, when you get married, your career has a big effect on you.”