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Generally, I’m not really up to date with what’s currently playing, but I do DVDs and i Tunes.
I am really loving ‘Rescue Me.’ I haven’t seen this season yet because I’m just working my way through the backlog. I think that between that show and ‘The Shield,’ FX does some ridiculously, confrontationally amazing stuff.
It was sort in that way that when big or strange things happen to kids, it’s like you adapt very quickly to that being your new normal, and that became my normal. I firmly believe that you do or don’t get parts because you were or were not really ultimately supposed to play them.
And yes, obviously, there’ve been things along the way that I really wanted that I didn’t get.
But pretty much all the time, it usually is because something else came along five days later that was actually really perfect …
I just think you can’t get too hung up on the rejection.
And when they returned home, they realized they missed each other. “If you’re going to spend the rest of your life with someone, you want it to be the person you want to hang out with all the time,” she says.
And she’s been through a lot, she’s survived it and she’s come out the other end tougher and stronger, as a lot of people do when they go through really traumatizing events.
Some people kind of curl up and hide, and some people get tougher — and she’s gotten tougher.
Well, I can’t really tell you any plot stuff because I’m pretty sure they can like, fire me or sue me or something if I give away the secrets [laughs].
She talks to AOL TV about filming steamy sex scenes with her on- and off-screen boyfriend Stephen Moyer, that other vampire franchise and whether she’ll return to the ‘X-Men’ movies. Everyone’s very respectful of the boundaries of whichever actor is doing stuff like that on set.
So it’s not cameras being thrown anywhere and anything can happen, you know? Obviously, if you’re already with that person then you’re not having to sort of get over the “Wow, I’m naked with someone that I don’t even know the middle name of! I think that regardless of what kind of scene you’re doing, the better you know the person you’re working with and the more comfortable you are with them, the more open and real your performance can be.