Here’s what the 33-year-old Hunger Games actress had to share with the mag:
On the best part of her career: “I just love acting so much because it’s basically an analysis, an exploration of ordinary live. So for every story, every walk of life that you could go and look through, there will be a script out there for it hopefully eventually. I like to challenge myself, and shake it up a bit. That’s why I’ve gone from dystopian future to corsets, and I’m excited about doing a horror and having tried a different genre. I’ll just continue to shake it up, work with writers, directors and producers that I really respect, and try to keep challenging myself and take myself out of my comfort zone. And maybe I’ll try CrossFit…at some juncture!”
On the final Hunger Games: “Well this is the grand finale of the saga of the Hunger Games. This is the forth movie, the massive climax to the series… It operates at a very high spectacle level. It was so fun for all of us as a large eclectic cast to really finish the story. And I’m really grateful to have been a part of the family. It’s going to be epic and I don’t use that word lightly.”
On what she does on her days off: “That’s a great question. What does Nat do on a day off? Nat would have a lie-in. Nat likes to probably go for a run or do a yoga class. Have a really nice, leisurely lunch, see friends, watch a movie, read. All those things that keep us human and sane.”
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