Here’s what the 32-year-old actress had to share with the mag:
On filming dangerous scenes for the Fast & Furious franchise: “I had a stunt double who was really good, but I did do some of my own. [Director] Justin [Lin] is kind of hard-core. He’s from the independent film world and wants the real shot. There’s one scene where I’m running with a baby, and it’s not a doll! I was so afraid I’d shake the baby too much. And shooting in Puerto Rico, I tore my hand open and had to go to the ER. First we Super Glued it, but I realized that was just not a good idea.”
On plastic surgery: “I haven’t started yet, but I’m definitely not against it. If there are tools out there, why not use them? On the other hand, I really need my forehead for acting. I need to be able to crease it and express myself, so I don’t think I’d go crazy on the Botox. If I could just wake up and have bigger boobs, that would be fun. Shallow but honest. Emotionally, I work on myself constantly, so I’m okay on that end.”
On the downsides of being a celebrity: “I think camera phones are a pain in the ass. Someone will think you’re rude if you’re just not into taking a picture that day, and then the next thing you know, it ends up on Twitter. There’s this instant access to people that’s a little bit scary… The ability to talk to your fans is really great, but it’s scary to think about everything that’s uploaded to the Internet.”
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