Resident Evil: The Last Chapter sees humanity on its last legs. Which seems rather close to the bone. How are you feeling after the shitstorm that was 2016?
Drained, confused and exhausted. I don’t really know how to express my feelings in an interview like this, but there is more of a need now than ever for humanity to take a look at itself and bond together to survive, a little like Resident Evil – there’s a deep moral message in this film, surrounded by the zombies and the chaos and the excitement, that is incredibly relevant right now.
What are you most proud of?
Being able to have gone to Mozambique and made a documentary for Sightsavers. Having the skillset as a filmmaker to make that documentary, and to have a little bit of a cachet as an actor to be asked, is humbling, and made me proud that I was able to do something worthwhile.