The 33-year-old Fargo actress was interviewed by Julianne Moore for the issue. Here is what she had to share with the mag:
On the movie role she feels was the closest to her own character: “When I was 16 and did Bring It On. I was that girl. It was like me being in high school as myself. It wasn’t a stretch at all. I was a cheerleader, my best friend was a cheerleader. I wasn’t in competitions, but I watched them on TV.”
On her future career in directing: “I might be doing that next year… We’re in the rewrite phase [of the script], and we have an actress. It’s almost all together, but I can’t fully talk about it yet.”
On being a child actress: “The influence of how I was raised was the best career advice, because being a child actress can really be unhealthy for your psyche. But my mom always sent me to normal school, so I never missed out on the prom or field trips or any of that stuff.”
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