Advice on dating an actor
Speaking during an appearance on Friday night's The Graham Norton Show, the star, 25, admitted the advice didn't work out, as one date in New York ended their relationship after he pointed himself out on a Star Wars billboard.
The accomplished thespian, who will appear in the next Star Wars installment, The Last Jedi, laughed as he recounted stories with the Pirates of the Caribbean star.
He explained: 'It is a deep dark play I wanted to do away from the colourful Star Wars stuff.
This is true whether you're meeting for the first time, or getting together again for a second, third, or even fifth meeting.He revealed that once dates discover he plays a Star Wars hero, some of them want nothing more to do with him. I went on a date in New York City and as we were driving through Time Square and she asked, "What do you do for a living? 'I just pointed up at the Star Wars billboard that showed me with a lightsaber and said, "That!"' He lamented: 'That was the end of the relationship – the poster really affected her.' John said he chose to act on stage in 'deep, dark' Cold War-set play, Woyzech, at London's Old Vic in the coming months as a break from the 'colourful Star Wars stuff' he has been doing.There is no magical point at which a grown person suddenly feels like an adult. Moved out of my childhood home, held down a job, paid the bills, got married (and ultimately divorced), started making 401(k) contributions... I don't feel like a child, but I've never felt the way I always imagined real, legit adults must feel. The only people left were those who'd been there for the days of festivities before this final day. And in fact, they are probably not getting the 100% protection from what they think they are doing.That moment where butterflies come alive and flutter endlessly in my abdomen had arrived. The beautiful princess from one castle meets the handsome prince from a neighbouring kingdom, they marry, and wander off happily into the sunset - it's the image sold to us through thousands of rom-coms, cartoons and bridal magazines. So many people say to me in the clinic, that they don't need testing because they always use condoms...? But the gamification of modern dating is not the future, and it's not healthy. I work in the clinics and do these tests day in and day out, for my patients. In fact, it's all very well to give advice to other people, but when it happens to YOU, it suddenly feels very different.