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  • So Sam Claflin. Gorgeous to see you again.

  • Gorgeous to see you too.

  • Thank you. I'm sure at this point in promoting The Riot Club, you've been asked a lot about

  • partying, riotous behaviour.

  • Not really, actually. No no. It's all kind of gone under the radar.

  • That's good.

  • See I wanted to ask you. What's the most boring, God-awfully tedious thing you've ever done?

  • Ever done? Oh wow. Probably junkets. No, I'm kidding.

  • No! No!

  • I don't know. I think I was a paperboy back in the day. I also worked at Sainsbury's.

  • They were pretty tedious jobs, but as a teenager you need money. I need to pay for my phone

  • credit somehow. So I think probably somewhere around that region my life was pretty dull.

  • I didn't... I wasn't a vandal. I wasn't a part of a gang. I had a really dull childhood.

  • Yeah.

  • I missed out on being in a gang too.

  • Did you? Maybe we should start a new gang.

  • Do you want to?

  • Yeah, let's do that.

  • I'm not sure what kind of beliefs we'd have but...

  • Vandalise some people and no... Let's not do that. I'm too well-behaved for that sort

  • of stuff.

  • This did look quite fun to film. Tell us a bit about filming it. What was your favourite

  • bit? What was good?

  • I mean, I think it was the comradery on set between ten guys and everyone else who was

  • sort of involved as well. You know, Lone the director, kind of definitely gave us the freedom

  • to play quite often and being in that room, the sort of first time that the ten of us

  • really, really were properly together, and we were together for like two weeks all day,

  • every day. So as you can imagine, the personalities come out, and the banter humour really starts

  • kind of coming alive. You know, by this point, we'd spent a lot of time socialising off set

  • as well as on set and kind of getting to know each other properly, even though we all knew

  • each other before. You know, as you can imagine... I think it shows as well. I think that moment

  • that we had the opportunity to trash the room in the film, it was pretty enjoyable. We were

  • quite literally given a playground, and they said do whatever you like, so it became very

  • enjoyable. We got kind of carried away.

  • And your character has some fantastic rants in this. He loves a good rant.

  • He loves a good rant.

  • What in real life would you like to rant about? What really bugs you?

  • I'd say it was either traffic or rush hour tube journeys, which still to this day. It's

  • the rudeness of people on the tube at that time in the morning. I don't understand how

  • like for some reason between that time of like 8am to 10am, it's just so hectic, and

  • I could go on for hours ranting about the rudeness of people. You know, why? Why not smile?

  • People become little underground demons.

  • That's it. It is a different London at that time of the day, completely different London.

  • London is my favourite place on Earth, so it's kind of depressing when... The great

  • thing about being an actor is very rarely am I on the tube or even in London.

  • Yay!

  • Kind of everything is off kilter and out of hours, so I very rarely have to deal with

  • that nine to five job luckily, but yeah.

  • -Good work you. -Yeah.

  • And we're playing a little game of passing around questions. Max has a question for you,

  • and I'd like you to think of one for Douglas.

  • Right.

  • Max's is quite flattering. He said- how does Sam get those incredibly defined shoulders?

  • What? Do I have incredibly defined shoulders? I always think they're quite rounded. I'll

  • take it.

  • He was doing this. I think he thinks they're quite stacked.

  • Honestly, I don't know where that's come from. But thanks Max for that.

  • Yeah, I don't...

  • I go to the gym, I guess. I swim a lot, which I think won't harm me. Yeah, I don't know.

  • I was born with this. This is my mum and dad's genes. My mum has incredibly large shoulders.

  • Actually no, I wear shoulder pads. No, I'm kidding. I don't know. I don't know. I don't

  • do anything out of the ordinary to perfect my shoulders.

  • Well done on the shoulders.

  • Thanks. Yeah thanks, Max. Love you, Max.

  • -And my question for Doug? -Yes.

  • What's his morning routine? Like when he wakes up in the morning, what's the first thing

  • he does and the last thing he does? You know, before he has to leave the house.

  • Okay.

  • I'd be intrigued to know. He must use some sort of incredible moisturiser. But you know,

  • he always looks flawless, so I'd love to know how long it takes him - the whole morning routine.

  • Whether he wakes up and just rolls out of bed and looks that good everyday or whether...

  • I'm assuming there must be some sort of...

  • Witchcraft, I'm going to imagine. No one's that pretty.

  • I don't understand it. My wife even points it out. She went... What is it? Because normally

  • - I say this whilst I've got a bit of stubble - she said normally when people have stubble

  • they look a lot worse, but with Doug, he just looks even better. Alright... So what are

  • you saying? Um yeah, he's a very beautiful boy.

  • Alright I'm going to go investigate. Sorry. Must stop chatting to you.

  • Sorry.

  • Lovely to see you again.

  • Cheers.

  • Going to do some detective work with Booth.

So Sam Claflin. Gorgeous to see you again.

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THE RIOT CLUB: Sam Claflin wants to start a gang of vandals

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