Sometimes I make very selfish choices like I did ‘Once Upon A Time’ for my inner 8-year-old and my hypothetical future child. I’ve done some movies because I would regret them if I didn’t but other projects I’ve done because they’ve scared me or if I felt I needed to do a big romantic comedy to help me professionally.
Oh my gosh I feel like I’m really obsessive about anything dealing with my health.
I am much more open to plural marriage than I was before and I now support it in certain situations. I do believe it is right for some people. But our example in America today is gross abuse – I can’t support it in fundamentalist compounds.
I understand why society especially American society is gravitating toward fairy tales given our economy. We’ve been exploring the world of witches and wizards for years. We’ve been exploring the world of vampires for years. Clearly the public – I mean I feel like all of this was ushered in by ‘Harry Potter’ – in my own fannish beliefs.
When I’m doing a film I love getting together after work with my costars. But we get back to L.A. and I’m like ‘I don’t want to go to a club with you dude. I mean I think you’re rad and if you want to come play Scrabble with me that’s amazing.’
Why do only boys get to chase? Nuh-uh! If anything I think this whole sitting back and waiting thing can be self-sabotaging. We have to send up flares. We have to let guys know we’re open for business.
It took me realizing that a broken heart has never actually killed anyone to find the courage to ask for what I want in just about every situation. That was part of my own growing up.
I’ve never had body issues I’ve never had an eating disorder. I’ve never had to go on a diet and that’s because of Weight Watchers.
You know one of my biggest dreams in life is to play a Disney princess.
With the counseling of my family doctor my mother ended up turning to Weight Watchers and their children’s program. I went to weekly meetings got counseling and would exercise with my peers who were my size. It was the first time I saw a proper children’s portion size and it wasn’t two burgers it was one.