Guy Pearce wants to be "moved" by his film roles.
The 'Lockout' actor says when he looks for parts he goes for interesting characters rather than how much screen time he will get.
Talking about his brief part in 'Prometheus', Guy said: "It's a good part. It's always important to find interesting characters as, ultimately, I want to moved by the part. I need to know it has integrity. It's not the size of the role that matters to me."
Guy also revealed he was upset he didn't get to spend much time with co-star Joe Gilgun on the set of 'Lockout' because he found the actor so "fun".
He told ShortList magazine: "He was a passionate guy who was also a lot of fun to be around. We didn't get to hang out too much, sadly. When I'm working, I find that I usually socialise at the beginning and at the wrap party but not the bit in the middle."