Douglas Booth for GQ

Great Expectations actor and Burberry model Douglas Booth ventures into the wilderness for his GQ spread. The pouty-lipped actor/model is photographed by Matthew Brooke.

Here is what Douglas had to share with GQ.
On taking on the role of Romeo
It’s really intimidating but it’s exciting and it’s an honor. I tried to forget about playing “Romeo” in Romeo and Juliet and just think about him as a normal guy, as a normal character, and just try and approach him the same I would every other character. 
On his wardrobe malfunction during the shooting of Romeo & Juliet
I swear I split my pants a million times down the crotch when I was fencing. The poor costume girls had to spend many an hour, fixing up my crotch. 
On upcoming roles in Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic, Noah, and the sci-fi flick, Jupiter Rising
At the end of last year, I finished Darren Aronofsky’s next film, Noah. It was an amazing job; it’s going to be an epic and Darren is such a talented filmmaker. I just finished Jupiter Rising – the Wachowskis, they’re directing it. This is their return to sort of more Matrix-y fare, a cross between Star Wars and The Matrix. 
On his key to success
I just want to be challenged, I want to keep challenging myself and I’d love to have another challenge as big as playing Boy George [in 2010’s Worried About the Boy]—whether or not it’s changing yourself physically like that or just pushing yourself to a certain extreme. I get bored quite easily so I like to keep my mind entertained by challenging myself.