Michael Sheen's on set anger with fans

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The story of the 1977 confrontation between British TV personality David Frost (Michael Sheen) and former President Richard Nixon (Frank Langella). Frost risked his own money in hopes of rejuvenating his floundering career, while the disgraced Nixon was seeking absolution. Directed by Ron Howard.
April 15th, 2012

Michael Sheen became ''really annoyed'' when people started filming him when he was shooting 'The Gospel of Us'.

The 43-year-old British actor - who plays a Christ-like figure in the movie - admits he was concerned onlookers were ''f***ing'' things up when they began recording what he was doing, but eventually managed to incorporate it into the story.

He told the Daily telegraph newspaper: ''On the morning of Good Friday, when I came down from the mountain to the beach, the very first thing that happened was someone coming up to me with a camera.

''And all I could think was, 'You're f**king it up,' so the first words my character said were, 'Get the f**k out of my way.'

''That afternoon there were thousands of people on the beach, they all had mobile phones and they all wanted to film me. I was freaking out. I thought it wasn't going to work.

''But it became me throwing the money lenders out of the temple. So that relationship is very, very interesting. I mean, the original story is in one sense a story about fame.''

Despite playing the messianic character, Michael reveals he does not believe in god.

The 'Frost/Nixon' star - who is dating Rachel McAdams - says the concept of a supreme being is incomprehensible to him so he can't have any faith in the notion.

He said: ''If you can define what God is, I can tell you whether I believe in it.''