Sharlto Copley Is ‘The Most Insane Person’ In New ‘Elysium’ Photos And Video

By: 08.05.13  •  9 Comments

Matt Damon and Sharlto Copley in Elysium

Elysium opens this Friday, and Sony released new pictures and a featurette about Sharlto Copley’s character, whom director Neill Blomkamp describes as “a villain you haven’t really experienced before.” Matt Damon takes it a step further by saying, “Sharlto is either the most professional actor around or just the most insane person.”

The most insane person? Would the most insane person leave bloodied limbs in the shower and sink of a co-star’s trailer, put blood and dirty underwear on the bed, and leave porn in the DVD player? Uh, nevermind.

Check out the featurette and new images below. Could this all be an excuse to post shirtless pictures of Matt Damon? Maybe.

[Sources: Hero Complex and The Wrap. Pictures courtesy of Sony TriStar Pictures.]

Sharlto Copley and Alice Braga in Elysium

Diego Luna, Matt Damon, and Wagner Moura in Elysium

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