"Everyone’s like, ‘You’re back to doing indies.’ I tried to do an indie between every Twilight movie. I still do this,” she says. “Plus, Twilight initially was a funky indie teen flick. There was something about it that I thought was really special and great. I’m not trying to make people think I’m serious or anything. The roles for women in Hollywood — they’re very categorically narrow. When a good script sticks out as being unique, I jump on it.”
Tom Cullen for the Sunday Times
"TV tends to have departments, comedy or drama. I’ve always just been interested in a good story. If it happens to be funny, that’s great."
Sarah Solemani, The Observer, September 7 2014 (Shoot by Katherine Rose)
Natalie Dormer visits Barnardo’s Redbridge Leaving Care in London (4.02)
GQ’s Breakout of the Year 2013: Michael B. Jordan photographed by Peggy Sirota.
Zach GIlford. 2010.
Michael B. Jordan
“I’ve never been the kind of guy to hype myself up. It’s just not my thing.”