"I ended up choosing a movie about aliens exploding out of people's bottoms - which might be a decision I take back - an adaptation of a Stephen King novel called 'Dreamcatcher'."
London, June 1 - Actor Damian Lewis first left the US because he found Hollywood to be bloated and corrupting.

The 43-year-old decided to relocate back to his native Britain over a decade ago because he was growing disillusioned with the film industry in Los Angeles, reports contactmusic.com.

I just didn't feel I wanted to live in LA. There was still theatre that I wanted to do, there were a couple of big movies floating around, he explained during a London TimesTalks event, organised by the International New York Times.

I ended up choosing a movie about aliens exploding out of people's bottoms - which might be a decision I take back - an adaptation of a Stephen King novel called 'Dreamcatcher'.

I actually ran away from LA slightly put off by that experience, not the film itself, but there seemed to be something bloated and something slightly corrupting about (Hollywood). I couldn't quite put my finger on it at the time, he added.


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