Kate Bosworth graces the cover of NYLON Magazine's March issue. Check out a sneak peak from her interview, below!
“It’s role-play- ing,” she says. “And ever since I was very young, I had a very strong understanding of what felt true to me or not.”
On Shooting Another Happy Day with Writer/Director Sam Levinson:
“I’ve been more artistically fulfilled this past year than I have ever been (on her role as Alice: a troubled, self-mutilating college student deep in the emotional vortex of a screaming, fighting, unbearable family wedding)”. “Sam wasn’t fearful of the dark places, and I think I have a healthy amount of dark places to go to,” she says. “I’m not someone who is a stranger to panic attacks or anxiety. I’ve had my fair share of on-the-verge moments in my life, so it was really kind of tapping into my own life experience. And that gets a little weird. It’s what we live for as actors, to soar to that moment when you sort of leave everything behind. But it’s also the scariest because you’re getting lost in yourself and touching a nerve that, on a day-to-day basis, you armor.”
"I don't think I could be anything but an actress but if I were, I'd be a psychiatrist. I think people are so interesting and I think their issues are so much a part of what make people who they are. I know I have my issues, for sure!"
The mag hits newsstands on Tuesday, March 1st. Be sure to pick one up!