In the issue Emma is interview by director Cameron Crowe.
“We went to Coronado every summer, so I always think of driving over that bridge from San Diego, and then walking down that little strip on the main street, going cosmic bowling at midnight, eating at this 24-hour diner at 3 a.m.—that’s summer to me.”
“I get nervous when I do print interviews because I know that whatever I say is going to be shown through the lens of whomever I’m talking to. But I don’t think that I’ve been deft at hiding parts of my personality. I have not mentioned parts of my life, for sure—although I have talked about my childhood more now and anxiety and that side of myself. I don’t think that people would expect that I would have panic attacks…Or I don’t know if they would, because I don’t know what people expect of me. I have no idea.”
On her instincts:
“When I feel something in my gut, I can feel it physically. But my instincts seem to come from a different place—they feel
Her new film Gangster Squad releases January 11, 2012.