The egos in this industry are incredibly vulnerable and everybody's afraid to wipe out. So everybody plays it safe and everybody tells everybody else how great they are.
You have to struggle no matter where you are to get to where you're going.
Guys are so predictable. They can't seem to separate fantasy from reality, <br/>so I get a lot of bikers and race car drivers hitting on me. They're all just playboys, so they don't interest me.
A lot of people are really intimidated when a girl comes out and she's really tough.
Basically I was a rebel growing up. I got kicked out of six schools. But I don't think that it makes you less of an intellect. You know, if you ever crave knowledge, there's always a library.
I want them to listen to me for what I am saying. And I think the best way to do that is to sniff my armpits, and like, sit and burp every now and then.
I kick butt.
Until they come up with an independent woman who's on an adventure of her own, I don't think I'm interested.
To make a video game come to life was definitely a childhood fetish of mine. I have to admit there's not much substance there, but it was fun.
I'm a video game fan. I played them before I became an actress.
Berlin is liberation. Architecture, man!
Jersey is my hometown, and I love it. I'll probably have houses in other places, but that's my home, and nobody's kicking me out of there.
Whenever a female takes a strong stand for herself, the majority of the time they have to really, really narrow it down to being feminine and wearing dresses and just being lipstick chic.
I learned that you can make a sci-fi film that is satisfying overseas. European people have everything in check. I'd make every sci-fi film in Europe. They only work 14 hours a day. After that, it's overtime.
I wanted to write a film and I thought the best way to do so was to train myself within the field... It was just like a cycle of people trying to make it, not making it, doing extra work, and it was pretty depressing in the end.