You can't do that and still have the United States of America," he said. "I think the current administration and their like-minded allies are waging a guerrilla war on the First Amendment."
"When I heard that voice, that smoky, Brahmin growl of a voice, I knew I had to have it in the film," he said. "The film took on a whole new character for me. So much of his personality was in his bearing, his presence. I wanted that to be in the film."