Lucy, can you share with us a memory of your role in "Scream 4"?
Rubbish! All the leading actors were eating fish sauce flavored bonbons all the time.
Do you have problems with movie directors?
In principle I have no problems, except that time in which (probably there was a stand-in strike) a director begged me to drink melted wax, which was somehow strange, since that scene was not in the script.
Do you do your own shopping?
I'm so hard at work performing very paramount things for the planet to care about such trivias. I have a group of Georgia Tech PhDs to compile my grocery list and pass it along to a crew of pro buyers scattered around the planet. For the garbs, always a critical issue, I ever employ a gang of stand-in, each sharing with me one body part measure.
What motivates you to act?
As Nero Wolfe said, "An actor can practice anywhere any time with anybody, and most of them do."
Your agent told me you are just back from a filming location in Tibet. How was your stay?
To be frank, I lived 3 weeks in a Tibetan monastery before I got the idea it was not the Best Western hotel. Funny thing: I learnt to levitate just a little.
Lucy, do you like raccoons?
I'd say no!
For which reason you do not like raccoons, if I may ask?
First of all, they stink! And one raccoon bite my cousin's intimate parts. That was one of the reasons I become an actress, so I should rethink my relation with raccoons.
In a paper published on American Annals of Qualitative Objectivism, dr. Peter Long observed that your movies are "a tragic embodiment of modern symbolic pragmatism". Any comment?
Actually, in his essay appeared on Journal of Metaphysical Criticism, prof. George Hughes utterly invalidated that incoherent observation.
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