You're shooting Alien: Covenant right now. What can you tell us about it?
I’m the pilot of the spaceship Covenant, which is a colonization ship, searching for a planet where we might start life anew. I run the ship.
Are you in a harness for eight hours a day, yelling at a green screen?
No, I didn't know if it would be all green screen, but most of the stuff is practical effects: when you're running from an alien it's really a dude in an alien suit coming after you! The sets are incredible and you're in them: We go through some inclement weather at one point on the spaceship and this whole gigantic set is on a gimbal, shaking up and down. You don't have to use your imagination.
What’s the most impressive thing about Ridley Scott?
He's got so much energy, and he shoots everything with four cameras. We move through stuff fast. When I got here some people said, "Oh man, he does two takes, three takes, tops," but I love it. It creates this attitude on set of, like, "You better f**king come with it because you've got two shots — you better bring it."
Original article is on their website, and for some reason I can't copy it, plus the interview pasted oddly but you get the idea. That's everything that is Covenant related.