He’s the new Hannibal Lecter – the scary star of the hit movie, Saw VI. Tobin Bell takes questions exclusively from users of Uinterview.com.

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Q: Why do you think people are so fascinated with your character, Jigsaw? - Matt, Los Angeles - Uinterview User

He's a powerful character. He's a multidimensional guy. He's part philosopher, part scientist, he's very interested in the human condition and he has lots of interesting ideas and concepts that, every once in awhile, come shooting out at you in one of these Saw films. I think that helps to make you interested in him and he's also the driving force behind some amazing special effects that people
enjoy very much.

Q: What scene was the most interesting for you to play in Saw VI? - Matt, Los Angeles - Uinterview User

Saw VI has, amidst all of the twists and the turns and the surprises in the film, a very interesting story line that's very timely. John Kramer had some scenes with an actor named Peter
Outerbridge who plays the role of William in this film. Very timely story of a subject that is kind of paramount in the minds of a lot of
Americans these days. I'm not going to go into it in this interview but once you've seen the film I think you'll understand what I mean.

Q: Do you ever have any nightmares about playing Jigsaw? - Audrey, Long Island - Audrey Szepinski

I don't think so. Nightmares don't often take the form - they seem to be about something but they're really about something else. But I don't take John Kramer home with me. He is himself, a technician, and I approach him from a very technical point of view.

Q: Were there any scenes in Saw VI that were too violent and didn't make it onto the screen? - Audrey, Long Island - Audrey Szepinski

I don't know the answer to that. There is a process that these films have to go through. Sometimes I hear about the process being a
bumpy one and this year I haven't heard anything about that so it might have been smooth. I think that I'll find out in the next couple of days before the film opens.

Q: How do you think Jigsaw would do against Hannibal Lecter? - Audrey Szepinski

I think it would be a fascinating discussion. If you're talking about whether they'd be in some sort of strange combat, I don't think so. But I think that they might spend a lovely evening hanging around the lair listening to classical music and eating good food. I'd like to be a fly on the wall listening to that conversation.