People are incapable of stereotyping you; you stereotype yourself because you're the one who accepts roles that put you in this rut or in this stereotype.
I don't usually lose my temper, but if I get angry, it's true - I'm scary.
'Anchorman' is my favorite movie of all time and Ron Burgundy is one of my favorite characters of all time. It's my 'Gone With the Wind.'
I'm a modern woman in the sense of I take care of myself, I'm fiercely independent, and I'm really ambitious. Yet I have these old-school thoughts in my mind.
I love having a man in my life, and being his woman at the end of the day. I know it's a dichotomy.
Even if you buy a fur glove with the little trim, and you think 'Oh, my God, it's just a little trim,' that animal got clubbed.
I love every aspect of being a woman. I believe you should celebrate who you are.
I love my country, but I believe that we are too quick to censor nudity.
I love therapy! There's nothing like talking to someone who has no emotional tie to your life.
I make conscious decisions to stay out of the limelight. Without my make-up I'm pretty much the girl next door.
We seem okay with violence, but nudity we race to criticize and censor.
I'm very comfortable with myself and my sexuality, but it doesn't define me. I also read books believe it or not.
I know I walk a fine line between being a respected actor and being what they call a sex symbol.
I'm definitely responsible for the image that I put out there. But it does become frustrating, because I don't want 'sexy' to be my defining characteristic. I'd love for my ambition and will and intellect and sense of humour to define me as well.
I might act like it's an accident but the opposite is true. I'm incredibly calculated when it comes to my career.
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