From the very beginning, I've always just wanted to do something I've never done before. I'm still just trying to be on that path. It's all about working with filmmakers that you believe in.
When I talk to some of the younger filmmakers, they are so worried about their films that, eventually, this state of being worried reflects itself in and helps the final work. Whereas, with projects that are meticulously planned, you look at the end result and it is full of emptiness.
If any fantastic filmmakers want to offer me roles, I'll consider it!
If you aim for parody right off the bat and it misses, no offense to the filmmakers, but it is Meet the Spartans.
David O. Russell is probably my favorite filmmaker. He's not only a great director, but he's also a great writer.
I think, as a filmmaker, it's important to be honest with yourself at all times in terms of what's working and what's not.
If we're going to be considered horror filmmakers, we have to prove it not only to ourselves but to the audience that we can actually make something scary.
David Ayer is known for being a very serious filmmaker, but he has a very great sense of humor.
I consider myself as a director's actor, so I'm open to work with filmmakers from across the country and even abroad.
For someone, success is to be the highest paid actress. For some, it might be the number of awards, and for some, it is the number of films. Honestly, I feel privileged when a celebrated filmmaker offers me a role so that I can be a part of his vision. That is success for me.