Fantastic Beasts actor Eddie Redmayne reveals that taking a public transport is not at all a problem for him, and he thinks it is still the best possible way to beat the traffic.
"It's really not a problem at all. How else do you get around London? I mean, in the sense that the traffic is so awful," Redmayne said in a statement.
But the Oscar-winning actor also stated that he often prepares himself for an early exit from the public transport, whenever he feels there is a chance of him getting recognized or even someone tries to take a snap of him.
Explaining the situation Eddie Redmayne said, "You just have this really awkward 37 seconds before you run off the train in embarrassment."
However, Redmayne says, that it does happen often with actors, and so he has learned to get accustomed to it and he tries not to worry about it too much.
"'You're like, 'Oh, I get it. But couldn't you have asked?' Of course, people go, 'That's what you've signed up for.' Maybe they're right. Your mind starts going to a weird place."
The 'Danish Girl' actor is quite recognizable and popular these days due to his latest JK Rowling movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. But the actor shared that in his initial days he struggled to be cast as an actor.