On keeping her private school clothes separate from her going-out clothes: “I have a sliding glass door on my closet – and when I slide it one way I can see all my uniforms, and the other way is all my own clothes.”
On writing BOB DYLAN on her wrist: “I write it on my hand every day in school, mostly when I’m bored. I’ve been doing it since I was pretty young. I used to do it for fun, but now it’s a nervous tic.”
On her earliest memory working on The Door in the Floor in 2004: “One of my earliest memories is Jeff (Bridges) teaching me how to draw. Instead of drawing a triangle for a dress and two sticks for legs, the way most kids do, he told me to draw four lines and connect them at the bottom so the drawing would look fatter.”
On acting: “I like playing characters with as many emotions as possible. I’d love to play a really crazy person—someone truly out of her mind.”
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