Stellan Skarsgard feels ''extremely privileged'' to be able to make low-budget and blockbuster films.

The 61-year-old actor insists he feels ''at home'' anyway so is happy to mix up small independent productions with big budget productions.

He said: ''I'm at home everywhere. If I've been doing a small, shoestring budget art-house film that's very dark and that nobody will see, but that's very good, it's nice to go and do something fluffier. I'm extremely privileged in that I manage to enjoy myself all the time with very different materials''.

The 'Mamma Mia!' actor will soon be seen in Lars Von Trier's 'The Nymphomaniac' opposite Charlotte Gainsbourg and joked the film has so many sex scenes, it is like a ''porno''.

He told the Sabotage Times: ''Ah yes, that's the porno we're doing.

''I pick up Charlotte Gainsbourg's character on the street and take her back to my apartment, and over two movies we talk about her time as a nymphomaniac. There's a lot of f**king in it. A lot of f**king in it''.