You hit the mark in "Spring Breakers". Were you given plenty of freedom to shape your character?
Oh, yes! Oh, I nailed it! I'm used to ad lib. It's like a second nature.
Do you know Brenda Hughes (a former interior decorator, now an obstetrician) from Naperville?
No, I don't, but my uncle has been briefly betrothed to her. Then there was some commotion about Brenda cheating on him with every beefcake from Naperville outskirts, even barely breathing ones, so their engagement came to an abrupt finale.
Do you know any good hangover cures?
Yes, here it is my guaranteed remedy. In case of drunkness mix two parts of gin, one part of tea and some tahini. Apply the resulting brew on your knees and your forehead.
What would Ashley Benson do to solve the problem of ferocity and criminality that is menacing modern world?
You know, I think that lending one million of bucks to every person would solve many problems, but most legislators are rapacious chaps hardly responsive to my brainy advice.
Where do you go when you die?
If you have been good, you go to Florence, if you have been insipid you go to Vancouver.
Your line of work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To fortify my character, I periodically take a nap on a mattress made of poison ivy.
Ashley, you appear to be always so sprightly and joyful. Do you also have a dark side?
It's hard to admit it, but I do. I think that every person has a dark side. For example, when I look at a colleague actress, rage darkens my soul and my sight dims. And all of a sudden, I sense the urge to delete her heckling smirk. And then there is my dark side... You do not want to hear about it.
If you could choose someone to reincarnate in, who would it be?
With all due respect, you know that that's not a real person, don't you?
I need to call my agent.
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