14. He goes all the way there when he's playing a role, even if it means starving himself to lose weight (as he did in "Hunger") or showing off his legendary member in a full-frontal scene. As he put it: "It was important to go all out, not take shortcuts there, and to be sort of naked in every respect. Otherwise, I don't think the film would have worked." I couldn't agree more.
15. He dedicated his full-frontal nudity scene to his mom. "I think it's the idea of male frontal nudity. It just baffles me: Women can parade around naked all the time, but the guy conveniently has his pants on. I remember my mom always complaining about that to me, saying, "This is such bullshit, it's always the women who are naked" ... so I did this one for you, Mom!" I find this statement very feminist.