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We live in one of the most complex ages for young, professional women.
– Natalie Dormer
‘The Hunger Games’ has something for everyone.
I love going out of my comfort zone – I live to go out of my comfort zone.
I have been to Canada several times. It was autumn when I visited Vancouver, and I will always remember the colour of the trees in British Columbia were stunning.
I’m a massive yoga head. Lots of yoga and lots of running. I do Bikram yoga. I adore it.
These are moments in your life to be cherished; they don’t come around that often. To be flying around in a ‘Game of Thrones’ jet, to be greeted by massive enthusiasts.
The beauty of ‘The Hunger Games’ and also ‘Game of Thrones,’ in fairness, both projects have really complex, three-dimensional, contradictory, strong women… The writing of female characters is extraordinary and equal to the men.
The Gili Islands gave me some of my best scuba diving experiences, including tons of turtles.
I’m a serial monogamist and would never dream of being as predatory as some of the women I’ve played. I can actually be a bit shy.
You can think what you like of Madonna – about her political choices and her PR – but you have to respect her courage not to let the critics stop her exploring her potential.
Good style – regardless of fads – means the thing that suits your body.
The most amazing set where I’ve shot ‘Game of Thrones’ is definitely Croatia, in Dubrovnik. It’s such a stunning country with lots of good watersports there as well. Just a beautiful, beautiful place.
I don’t know if I’m a daredevil, exactly, but I do enjoy a good challenge. It’s the only way you grow.
Nothing is taken lightly in ‘The Hunger Games.’
It’s fascinating how much of our sense of attractiveness and feminine identity is bound up in our hair.
Emilia Clarke has beautiful brunette hair.
My role as Ewan McGregor’s girlfriend in the film ‘Incendiary’ ended up on the cutting-room floor, but at least I had two brilliant days of acting with Ewan.
I get accused of having a haughty smugness. I have a lopsided mouth. I can’t help it. I was born with it. It looks as if I am smirking. I have had my publicist tell me, ‘Don’t do that smile on the red carpet.’ I’m, like, ‘That’s my smile.’
Women have a lot of… attitudes enforced in us about our sense of attractiveness being bound up in long, flowing, Hollywood kind of hair.
I know I’m not a conventional beauty. You can read a lot of painful things on the Internet, which criticise you aesthetically – but as far as I’m concerned, that’s not what an actress is.
I’m not clever enough to be in machinations and real politics.
I think every actor brings something personal to a role, right?
Everything that I do to my own hair and makeup I learned from professionals.
Travel is so important in its capacity to expand the mind. It’s exciting to start as young as possible – you get to see how other cultures live, challenge your senses, and try different cuisines.
I love poker!
Kids are very cruel to each other.
What I love about ‘Mockingjay, Part 1’ is that President Coin or Cressida could have easily been played by a man, and if you look at ‘Interstellar,’ the Anne Hathaway or Jessica Chastain roles would have been men years ago.
Madonna is completely down-to-earth. She’s an absolute professional.
I think women have always been trying to look healthy. The makeup artists just teach you the quick cheats.
A lot of boys in my poker circle are mathematicians who play on probability. I don’t have that kind of brain, so I rely on instinct. But I recently found out that poker and cards in general go way back in my family gene pool.