The most beautiful thing you can wear is confidence.
I’ve been so lucky to work with such great people: people that are such hard workers and have such a respect and appreciation for one another.
If people could walk around in suits of energy, that would be cool. Other than that, I don’t think men should wear spandex.
Ngila Dixon is such an incredible costume designer. She’s such a cool, stylish woman. She has such an understanding of character.
So, it’s cool that, yes, Hal Jordan is a superhero, but my character is a real-world hero in her own life.
The smell of pine needles, spruce and the smell of a Christmas tree – those to me, are the scents of the holidays.
Christmas for me is all about spending time with my family. I cherish any chance we have to spend all day together making gingerbread houses, baking cookies, or sitting around and watching movies.
Wanting to be an actor and wanting to be famous are different.
The Green Lantern is a unique superhero because it’s not that he’s super that is his focus it’s that he’s a man. He’s very human. That’s his greatest strength and his greatest weakness.
I need good friends who can say, ‘I love you to death, but you look terrible in that, and you need to change right now.’
People gossip. People are insecure, so they talk about other people so that they won’t be talked about. They point out flaws in other people to make them feel good about themselves. I think at any age or any social class, that’s present.
Every relationship you have, you’re learning and growing and taking something from that.
I always want to wear clothes that my children will one day look back on and say, ‘Oh, you looked amazing – why didn’t you keep that?’ Not, ‘Oh my God – I can’t believe you wore that.’
I really don’t like the gym. I like experiences, so I take any chance I get to go on a bicycle or on a hike.
There are looks that I see on other people that I think would look horrible on me, but I think if somebody has the courage to be really daring and try something outlandish, then more power to them. That’s just encouraging and inspiring.
I love to photograph the gorgeous landscapes when I travel.
I take a cooking class everywhere I travel. I find it’s the best way to get to know a culture.
When I see old movies with women in floor-length dressing gowns, or when they’re going to the store and they’ve got a pillbox hat with a net over the eyes and white gloves, I’m offended that I can’t go to the store like that.
My mom modeled and made clothes, so I always had such an appreciation for design.
Design, whether it’s on your body or in your home, is the same thing. It’s mixing different colors, different textures, and unexpected patterns – elements that you wouldn’t often put together in an interesting way.
I always appreciated the magnitude of my mother’s imagination. She always saw beauty in what was broken, and she’d preserve it.
My mom would have different fragrances for different times of the year. They were a part of her identity. I don’t remember the specific ones she used, but I remember the bottles.
My mom taught me this really great beauty tip. She used to put oil or mayonnaise on the bottom half of her hair before she would shower.
My mom and dad always taught acting, so instead of getting me babysitters, they would just bring me to class.
I love to have my hair down I love to have my hair full… there’s something romantic about it.
My dad actually makes the best cookies. My mum is great baker, too, but doesn’t share them – it’s tantalising! Luckily for me though, my dad shares his!
My mother had very humble beginnings – to put it mildly. Her dad built their home out of timber that he cut down on their land. No heat, no air-conditioning – ‘no foolishness,’ as he would call it.