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I thought she was amazing not only as an actress but physically amazing and got to show so many different parts of what she could do.
CHRIS NEUMER: When you say that, is there anything specific that she did that you were like, “Wow! MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: Throughout the whole movie I was amazed at the strength that she was able to portray in the character, but at the same time, her vulnerability.
To the ears of America when they explain this, it’s sort of, “Oh yeah, right.” But these actresses say, “Oh, it was because this character was so great. I could do something like that.” MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: Yeah, I think at different phases of your life your opinions on things change dramatically.
Her name was like Muffy Johnson.” But is there a possibility down the road that you will go, “You know, I saw this thing, I would have had an opportunity to work opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins and it required just a quick butt shot. I mean, I can’t say that 10 years down the road I won’t feel a lot more comfortable with that.
MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: That’s a perfect way to describe it.
It’s hard because there are a lot of really good roles out there that I really want to play, but the director thinks that the nudity is really necessary.
I was happy when I watched it that it sort of balances everything out. CHRIS NEUMER: Are you interested down the line in trying to tackle the role of like a child molester? I’ll give you a very concise way to answer this: are there any roles that you have seen in the last year of so that you go, “I see this role and that’s the kind of part that I would like to try.” MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: Oh yeah.
You have all this over-the-top deaths and crazy wild things happening and then it comes back to this more grounded character who has real things going on. I think one that stuck out in my mind from the last few years was Uma Thurman in I thought that she just killed that movie.
CHRIS NEUMER: Usually, when I’m talking to people, personal life and personal decisions and feelings about nudity don’t come up, but for the scope of this article there is going to be something touching on dating and obviously here we are on nudity. CHRIS NEUMER: You want to be able to look your dad in the eye. I refuse,” early in their careers– MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: And then they do it.
So if it’s something that you want to tell me to go to hell on, feel free. CHRIS NEUMER: Then four years down the road, you have to practically duct-tape your clothes on them, otherwise they are going to fall off.