And I think it's really easy for people to point out hypocrisy in people's lives.
When I feel strongly about something, I'm not so quiet.
I love playing roles that are physical, absolutely love. Whether it's just that kind of basic level of physicality or whether it's stunts.
I love nicknames. It makes me feel loved. It makes me feel less alone in this world.
I hate how box-office failures are blamed on an actress, yet I don't see a box-office failure blamed on men.
There's obviously a lot of tragedy in comedy; I really enjoy the paradox of what a really good comedy is.
As a girl, you're supposed to love Sleeping Beauty. I mean, who wants to love Sleeping Beauty when you can be Aladdin?
I didn't really play dress up when I was a kid, and I'm really T-shirt and jeans-y.
I think a lot of the time in films, men get roles where they create their own destiny and women are just tools, supporters for that.
I think there's a tremendous amount of guilt that goes on between mothers and daughters, no matter how good or bad their relationships are.
The relationships I've had with my girl friends are so powerful and meaningful. Without them I truly don't know what I'd do.
I don't want to become unhealthily attached to what I do. I'm grateful for what I do, but I also want to be able to be OK when I'm not doing it.
I grew up working in Canada so everything was low budget.
I'd ice-skated before, because I'm Canadian and that's what you do as a kid, but I'd never, ever been on quad skates.
When we're growing up there are all sorts of people telling us what to do when really what we need is space to work out who to be.
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