Saturday, October 2, 2010 6:32pm ET by Pressparty
Mark Ronson talks flights
Producer and musician Mark Ronson says that he enjoys long-haul flights and admits to crying through in-flight movies.
"It's seven hours where no one can touch you and no one can reach you. It's such decompression for me. I love watching those crappy Sandra Bullock movies," he said.
He continued, "There was a study recently that said the altitude when you're flying makes you more sensitive, emotionally. It must be true because I always cry during those movies when I'm on the plane."
Ronson added that he's relieved when he turns off his BlackBerry during transatlantic flights, as it means he can escape from the pressures of work.
"Empires were governed where it would take five days to send a letter to the generals at war. The world does not end if you don't answer an email in three minutes about whether you're going to wear a plaid shirt on a TV show."
Watch a behind the scenes Record Collection TV advert with Mark Ronson & The Business Intl below: