Hanks: Because I’ve seen old lions! I’ve been to the zoo!
Berry: But they’re in the zoo. I don’t want to be in the zoo. I want to be out in the wild.
Hanks: Oh, man. You’ve seen “The Lion King” way too many times.
Whishaw: I don’t want to be human. I’d like to be an animal, and maybe some kind of big cat. A predatory cat.
Sturgess: You always want to say some sort of incredible artist of some sort, but actually, maybe not human at all. To experience life as a different animal would be kind of interesting. I mean, a bird. Having the opportunity to fly. That would be pretty awesome. Something as far away as what your experience this time around could possibly be.
Weaving: I love working on the land, actually. My dad’s family came from a long line of illiterate farm laborers in the west country of England. Generations and generations of them. There’s something of that in me, I think. I plant a lot of trees. I have a property about three hours north of Sydney and head up there with family and friends. So maybe something to do with the earth and the land, or trees or nature.
Sarandon: I like being a woman. I really do, and I guess it would depend on how the world is. But I would certainly like to be a very healthy woman, girl, young girl, that lives in a time of empowerment. Not necessarily wealthy, but empowered somehow. And I’d like to be able to sing like a black woman. That must be so joyful to be able to open your mouth in the shower and have Alicia Keys come out of you. I don’t care what I look like so much, but if I could open my mouth _ it doesn’t have to be professional. It could be privately, but instead of talking like this, to be able to express yourself that way would be great. Anything musical, because I don’t think I’m particularly musical.
Mitchell: We’ve really lucked out in this life. We’re sort of reasonably middle-class-ish people in a lucky, privileged country where existence isn’t a grim scramble for survival in brutal conditions. I’d be delighted to be here again pretty much in this form, thank you very much. If there’s space for me.
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