The 18-year-old actress dished to the paper about her role as Em in the movie, crazy Twi-hards (Twilight fans), and parenting. Check out what she had to say:
On parenting today versus decades before: “[Parents] are incredibly hands-on. Not that my parents are overbearing or anything. â€¦ Now it’s a little different because I’m getting older, but a few years ago, if my parents didn’t know where I was at a given time, that’s sort of unacceptable. And it’s very easy to track you down, considering.”
On her character in Adventureland: “For Em, no part of her lives are connected. She is a different person in every one of the circumstances. They are both unaware of how cool they are; they don’t feel worthy. I feel like it’s a pretty common thing. Really, I’m incredibly disjointed and not candid. Just in general, my thoughts tend to come out in little spurts that don’t necessarily connect. If you hang around long enough, you can find, like, the linear path. But it will take a second. That’s why these interviews never go well for me.”
On the Twilight fans: “If those type of girls saw me talking about Twilight, you don’t understand. If I said ‘Jacob’ too loud, they’d be like â€” More than three girls of that certain age â€” run away. Girls are scary. Large groups of girls scare the (crap) out of me. They covet him [Robert Pattinson]. I think half of them are so jealous that they hate me.”
On her relationship with boyfriend Michael Angarano: “It doesn’t make my relationship harder. It’s not like, ‘Maybe I should be with (Pattinson) to make them happy and it’ll make me more popular!’ [Michael] is totally not a threatened guy. But, dude, it sucks.”
Adventureland opens in theaters THIS Friday, April 3.
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