The biggest battle that I have is being a woman in the world. That takes center stage for me.
Basically, there's not enough sex in movies, that's it. I'm trying to say it, people. I miss sex in movies because sex is natural, guns are not.
Growing up, my dolls were doctors and on secret missions. I had Barbie Goes Rambo.
I'm more of a guy's girl. I like having a beer in a bar, and I don't bicker or sit down and do my nails.
Dancing for the length of time that I did, it centered me in such a way to be really in tune with my body, and I just feel like I'm physically able to do things because of my ballet background. Without ballet, I don't think I'd look graceful at all on screen.
I had to quit ballet because it felt like a part of me was dying inside.
I don't understand labels. I don't need anybody to tell me I'm Latina or black or anything else. I've played characters that were written for Caucasian females, I just want to be given the same consideration as everybody else, and so far that has been happening.
I love the anxiety, the pressure of the loud room full of yapping kids. But I'm a kid myself.
I just want to be a part of great stories, whether I'm part of an amazing ensemble cast or I'm leading it or the antagonist or whatever.
I get along very well with animals and children. I dig them, I get them.
Our brains are very animal but also very strange and egotistical. We're narcissistic.
I think as an American society, when we're paying too many taxes or dealing with war, we don't want to see sad things at the movies.
I love aging. Why would I want to be 21 for the rest of my life?
Every time an adult is going to write something for a teenager and you don't have, physically, a person who is that, you are always going to be a little off.
A child speaks more sense than an adult half of the time.
If there's anything that I've always said about myself is that to me, it's much more important for me to get to work with filmmakers that I've grown up loving and admiring.
Glamour is about feeling good in your own skin.