Tilda Swinton has ruled out swapping movies for the live stage, branding the idea of joining a theatre production "really boring".
The actress first tried her hand at theatre while studying at the U.K.'s Cambridge University, before graduating and joining professional drama companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company.
But since establishing herself as a film star - and scooping an Academy Award for her part in Michael Clayton - she insists she has no interest in returning to the stage.
She says, "I'm not one of those performers who says the theatre is my great love. It really isn't. I'm not really interested in the theatre at all to be honest. I don't go to it. I find it really boring."