I think I'm sort of method in a sense, and I enjoy, you know, trying to find that reality in fake emotion.

I never even went to Jekyll & Hyde's restaurant. I loved the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade, though.

I love yoga.

Any time you do a movie, there are going to be war wounds that you end up getting.

I'm a combination between extreme insecurity and extreme confidence.

I never know what's going to happen or what opportunities are going to be given to me. I've found with the opportunities that I've been given have made it possible for me to explore different characters and exciting stories.

It's wonderful that we're portraying women in this way so that young women can see that women actually are strong and capable of accomplishing all kinds of things.

You do run and scream and cry and work yourself up into hysterics, and then you get back to the hotel at the end of the day, and you feel really off and really strange. And that's because rationally, even though you know everything is OK, you have put yourself through this traumatizing experience, and your body is still going.

I'm honored that people would think of me for any big role that is talked about a lot.

Television is going through a transformation where you're basically able to do big, long movies in television.

Voiceover work, I really enjoy. I don't get to do too much of it, but I've been doing more lately, and I like it because you get to do a bunch of options, one after the other, and you can go as big as you want or as small as you want, and you don't think about it sometimes.

I'm really easily affected by horror films. I have pretty strong reactions to them.

There are a lot of people who give you their opinions on what to do.

I love to travel, and I think being whisked away somewhere for a vacation is a pretty amazing date. But, I'm really into the basic movie and dinner. It's not where you are but who you're with that really matters.

Everyone has the opportunity to do a horror film. There's something great about it as an actor. You have to go to places you'd normally never go and be put in situations you would never be put into. You don't get the opportunity in a lot of films to have this kind of acting. It's an interesting challenge.

There is nothing better than a really cool mystery: you don't know what's going to happen, so you keep turning those pages or watching that series.

My mom wears a lot of gold.

I love the 'Percy Jackson' movies. That was my big break. I love the people I worked with. It was a really magical experience for me.

I get really frightened easily.

Following your heart and working really, really hard is the best thing you can do, and just try not to be too hard on yourself.

If you had told me ten years ago that I would be able to go and make out with Will Forte one day and then Woody Harrelson the next, it would have blown my mind.

I love my rabbit, my family rabbit.

I've gotten to the point where I've gotten comfortable with my awkwardness.

It made me feel cooler in real life to know I could be The Rock's daughter.

When you're trying to sustain a high level of intensity and panic, sometimes it actually helps to have something happen that makes you really afraid because even if in real life it wouldn't make you that scared, to take that little bit of fear and be melodramatic about it, I guess, and convince yourself that it's worse, can be effective.

Not to get too deep, but I think one of the reasons we embrace superheroes and this world is that these are just normal people that have incredible powers that are relatable in some ways - in that we don't have great super powers, but there's strength within us that we can utilize in our lives. Ultimately, they're just normal people with problems.

I'm not afraid of falling and getting up the next day with a few bumps and bruises.

One thing I got to do that was awesome was hang off the side of this Ferris wheel and do that stunt myself.

I love stories about people that, whatever situation they're in, you can relate to them in a way.

My mom is a big scaredy cat, and I inherited that from her.

I've really fought to get into rooms, and I'm a big believer in auditioning. It's hard, because I'm insecure, but I have an intense desire to prove myself to people.

It's really amazing to see what you imagined brought to screen.

I've been pretty lucky. Every single thing I've done has meant so much to me and has been like a stepping stone to something different.

Now that I have a dog, I frequently have to take him out and get some exercise, which also gets me exercise.

For my first acting gig, I was a hand model for a Barbie commercial that was only going to air in Asia. And I was constantly trying to get my face in the shot.

For whatever reason, I am just very attracted to mystery stories, solving mysteries. I was a huge fan of 'The Jinx.' That's such a satisfying show because it's all... I don't want to give it away to anybody, but it's really amazing.

I love 'House of Cards.' I would watch Kevin Spacey read the phone book.

Every mistake that you make, or every thing that you might regret, you don't need to necessarily regret it, because it can be a step forward. You just move forward and let them go because there will be a lot of bad auditions, and there will be a lot of negative responses. But that won't last forever.

When I was first starting out as a kid, I tried to pad my resume with everything I had ever done - ice-skate, carry a tune. I can't dance for my life, but I can learn, so I'll tell people I can dance. I play the piano - I'm a really good pianist, actually.

It's odd seeing yourself on screen at all.

'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' I did an episode on, and that's one of my favorite television shows ever, and there are these shows that I watch so regularly.

There's a method to the madness in filmmaking, where everything's very specifically laid out, the shots and what they need - but there also can be a freedom to allowing the actors to find genuine moments.

I'm obsessed with this show called 'Workaholics.'

I'm pretty consistently fit because I think it's an important part of my work, but I will ramp it up just because I have been enjoying myself a little bit too much.

You take some creative license when you make a movie, and things can be a little bit different.

For some reason, I find jogging incredibly boring, but yoga is the only thing I've been able to consistently do over the years. I think it's because it also is sort of a mental exercise and calms you and refocuses you. So I find that that's great, and sometimes someone will drag me to a spin class or on a hike.

I'm a big believer in sort of sense memory, like using something that you've experienced in order to put yourself in the position that the character is in.

When you're with another actor who's also been through five hours of prosthetic makeup, and you're eating another person's neck, and fake blood is being spurted out at you for two minutes, it's incredibly fun, and you're in character for that time. You can't really believe that that's your job.

What's the good of Twitter if you can't tweet cute... Twitter's so silly. I tweet about my rabbit a lot.