Rupert Friend stars as the elite assassin Agent 47 alongside Zachary Quinto and Hannah Ware in the new video game–based film Hitman: Agent 47. The three stars stopped by BuzzFeed NY to play a round of “Never Have I Ever,” in which we found out about Zachary Quinto's semi-regrettable tattoo and Rupert Friend's woes about being mistaken for Orlando Bloom. Here's what happened.
Rupert Friend: I want to!
Zachary Quinto: Sort of, but not really. Hannah still dreams of it.
Hannah Ware: Still hoping. I wanted to be one of those translators for politicians but then I’m secretly a spy! I had this whole thing.
RF: What language?
HW: All sorts of languages.
ZQ: Nooo. You have, [Rupert]?!
HW: You’re so the type of person who would’ve.
ZQ: I would, but I just haven’t.
RF: Let’s do it together!
ZQ: I would do it! We should’ve done that tonight. We should’ve parachuted onto the red carpet.
RF: That would’ve been great.
There’s still time.
ZQ: Yeah, we can organize that right quick.
HW: I’ve been doing other things, but not playing video games.
ZQ: Yeah, all the time.
RF: Yeah, if you’re Zach Quinto you have to.
RF: My code name is Zach Quinto. It doesn’t work if we’re all staying in the same hotel.
HW: I love your code name [Zach]. I won’t tell anyone. It will be very secret agent of me.
RF: I had someone chase me through Bangkok airport insisting that I was Orlando Bloom.
ZQ: Ohh, wow. That’s really funny.
RF: When I said that I wasn’t, they were like, "We knowww! We know."
ZQ: That’s really funny.
RF: And they were like, You have to sign this thing. And I was like, OK, fine, and I just did it.
ZQ: I’ve had people have full-on conversations about having met me, and like dinner, and talking all about this stuff and my work in Inglourious Basterds, because they fully thought that I was Eli Roth.
HW: Oh my god.
RF: No way!
ZQ: Yeah. Eli and I get that a lot, I know Eli. We commiserate over our mistaken identities.
ZQ: Artificial intelligence?
HW: No, I’m frightened.
ZQ: That’s not good. That’s not gonna end well for the human civilization.
RF: Ohh, that’s an interesting question.
ZQ: You have?!
HW: I might’ve.
ZQ: You’ve had a drink thrown in your face?! What kind of rambunctious brawling gal are you?!
HW: From a boyfriend.
ZQ: But for a guy to throw a drink in your face? I can see you doing that to a guy, but for a guy to throw it in your face…
HW: I don’t think so, but some things are blurry… I mean, no physical abuse!
ZQ: It wasn’t Netflix, but, I did Transparent in one go. I LOVED it. Jeffrey Tambor is like, next level.
RF: I nearly did Bloodline. A few sections.
ZQ: I did Bloodline also!
HW: I’m gonna bring it down a level: The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
ZQ: Yeah, that was also really good. Good show.
HW: It’s really good. Really good.
HW: No, I’m too worried that they’ll see the boxes.
RF: I’m too proud of my cooking.
ZQ: Yeah, Rupert’s a foodie.
HW: Top it off!
RF: That’s the only way to go.
ZQ: I have just a… I have a thing.
RF: What is it?
HW: I think it’s cool!
ZQ: It’s like a Celtic symbol, I got it done in gray ink when I was 21 — a long time ago.
RF: What’s it mean?
ZQ: It means the flowing continuity of life.
RF: Are you glad about it now?
ZQ: I’m sort of like neither here nor there. I could have it removed in like 10 minutes. It’s not like a big, elaborate thing. Would I do it again? Who knows...
ZQ: Like, seriously talked about ourselves in the third person?
: I’ve done it as a joke. But like straight up? No.
ZQ: I’ve driven cross-country five times.
RF: Like, in a row, you just went back and forth.
ZQ: Just back and forth, it took me three months. No, different times.
RF: Again, Miss Ware. Absolutely, first and foremost.