That second one was pretty shitty as a source, but I thought the way he described the parking space scene might be noteworthy.
That was really the only interview I could find because he's the kind of guy that likes to keep out of the public spotlight. His voice might sound familiar since he's done all of the Mastercard 'Priceless' commercials, but he seems to enjoy doing voice overs quite a bit in addition to his movie roles (he also did Ashitaka in Princess Mononoke for those who've seen that). Apparently he is going to play Dr. Manhattan in that Watchmen movie?
"I don't think actors should have to do anything but come in and act. I feel the film companies should pay for proper advertising to see that the movie will sell, instead of putting it on our backs. I've tried to narrow the contractual language, which requires a 'fair and reasonable' amount of publicity. I've said in negotiations; 'How much will you pay me not to have to promote?'
When asked who has been the biggest influence on his career, he says, "Mary Louise [Parker, his girlfriend and fellow actor] is a tremendous influence on me. She has incredible discipline. She takes the time day-to-day to watch people, to listen to people. To understand why people do things. And to me, a great actor is someone who's incredibly compassionate. To me, that's really it as far as an actor is concerned".
I've got an impression of his type, curious to see what you think first though.