Bill Nighy: (on being famous) Most of the time, I just forget I'm supposed to be famous. I'll be standing in a shop and notice that someone is staring at me for longer than is strictly courteous. I think either my flies are undone or 'Do I know you?' You forget, because it's not on your screen - it's on other people's screens. But that sort of attention doesn't alter the way you are - if it did, it could drive you mad. People I meet are generally very cheerful towards me. No one has hit me, although you never know. Someone might come up to me and say, 'Jesus, not you again' before smacking me in the mouth. There's got to be someone out there who can't tolerate me.