Baftas 2015: best supporting actor winner JK Simmons talks Whiplash and Skull Island

We caught up with the actor on the red carpet just before his victory for music thriller Whiplash...

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Last night’s star-studded ceremony saw Spider-Man and Juno actor JK Simmons scoop the best supporting actor award – and RadioTimes.com was there on the red carpet to talk to him before his big victory.

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Simmons shrugged off praise for his role, saying the film’s success was down to the script written by young first-time director Damien Chazelle.

“It’s a brilliant piece of work,” the actor said. “I know Miles [Teller, his co-star] and myself, certainly knew all we had to do was not screw it up.”

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Simmons will next be seen in King Kong prequel Skull Island alongside Tom Hiddleston, a project which he says he is “very excited” about.

“The director, Jordan Vogt-Roberts is another really, really brilliant young director that I’m excited to be working with.”


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