People spend so much time in their cars, and it's a legal way to have fun by speeding a little bit or testing yourself a little bit, and you get to invest in your car. For some people, it becomes their baby.
The ocean is 20 minutes away. Nature surrounds me 24/7. I wake up to the sounds of birds chirping. I also love that I can go out to dinner in jeans and flip-flops.
At school, I basically wear one pair of jeans and sneakers for months on end.
Parking is a nightmare for me... I still have sensors on my car that help me park.
I meditate, which I really like. Just 20 minutes twice a day and that really helps.
When I was really young. My sister and I would create different characters with our Barbie dolls - I'd be the crazy diva Barbie and she'd be the homeless Barbie.
You need the audience to become invested in the characters and in order to become invested, they need to identify with the characters... and that's why the characters need to be real.
I love working out, but I need my brain to be someplace else as my body does the work.
I'd love to be a Bond girl. I mean, if you're going to be stereotyped, there are worse things to be stereotyped as.
What I love about New York is that everyone is in their own world. It's the opposite of L.A. - there, everyone is looking outside of themselves to see who's next to them. What's great about New York is that you get to be anonymous.
I like action more than anything touchy-feely.
I work out with a trainer five days a week.
Oscar night is a ridiculous night where you go to these parties and you see everyone that you've ever wanted to work with and admire.
Women always want to be what they're not: If you're the pretty girl, you want to be the quirky girl. If you're the smart girl, you want to be the pretty girl.
My dream car would be a Maserati. That would be amazing.