Along with Jennifer Lawrence, Eddie Redmayne was a guest recently on The Graham Norton Show.
Redmayne was promoting his current film, The Danish Girl and Lawrence was pushing her movie, Joy.
Lawrence sat between Norton and Redmayne - so it was natural for Eddie to turn to his right. From a body language perspective, it's interesting to note that Redmayne sat with his right leg/ankle beneath his left leg/knee.
This particular body language configuration (captured in the image below) is significant for higher levels of emotional comfort. Statistically, it's seen commonly in women and GBT men - yet plenty of straight men sit in this fashion too. With men, it's also more commonly seen in Europe vs. North America.
If questioned, a person who's sitting in this manner will say, "It's comfortable". And yet it's only physically comfortable if it's first an emotionally comfortable setting for that individual. Despite the fact he's on a major talk show, Redmayne is at ease. If a person who is sitting like this is asked a question which makes them nervous - they will immediately change to a lower-comfort, heightened-anxiety position.
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