|Matt Damon at the premiere of The Martian|
|Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen at the post-premiere party|
I asked the very serious Hiddleston why Eton, which used to be known for producing politicians is now is producing actors instead ---Damian Lewis and Dominic West are also Old Etonians---but he confessed he didn't know and didn't seem to want to expand on the topic.
James McAvoy, however, has no qualms about it. The Scottish actor, who paid his way through drama school by working in a bakery, says: "There's a lot of posh actors that have been to boarding school."
|Fans waiting in line for tickets in Toronto|
If the trends are allowed to continue, McAvoy says: "That's a frightening world to live in, because as soon as you get one tiny pocket of society creating all the arts, or culture starts to become representative not of everybody but of one tiny part, that's not fair to begin with, but it's also damaging for society."