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And okay fine, her latest movie—Whatever Works, which opens nationwide this weekend—is about the romance between a younger woman (played by her) and a balding, nebbishy older man played by Larry David—a film directed, not coincidentally, by Woody Allen, a balding, nebbishy auteur who has made many movies about balding, nebbishy men and the jailbait who love them. Wood at the Hotel Costes in Paris, France, where she was taking a much-deserved break from promoting Whatever Works and, I could only assume, catering to an endless queue of senior-age lovers. To the best of my knowledge, it's entirely fictional.)Eric Spitznagel: This movie is about the romance between a middle-aged man and a ridiculously hot underage woman. Melody and Boris don't actually kiss in this movie. As long as it's platonic, it's okay to have romantic feelings for an older man? As funny as that would've been, I'm glad we never crossed that line. Boris needs somebody to take care of him, and Melody loves taking care of people. So you wouldn't be opposed to exploring your Lolita freaky side? In Down in the Valley, I was sixteen and my character had a relationship with Edward Norton. Lolita's not exactly the most wholesome role model for a teenage girl. I didn't want that, but I definitely wanted my fangs to be intimidating. I'd been wanting my own vampire fangs for quite some time. And yes, there were tabloid rumors (likely untrue) that Wood was involved in some tonsil-hockey with Mickey Rourke, who played her deadbeat daddy in last year's indie hit The Wrestler, and even more tabloid rumors (likely true) that she's currently dating Shane West, who played her older brother on the long-since cancelled ABC drama Once and Again, which would seem to suggest that she has a thing for fictional incest. I'm only interested in asking her about the craft of acting, and her devotion to truthful story-telling, and blah blah blah, okay whatever, yes fine, I want to know about the older men. Other than Woody Allen movies, does that ever really happen? Nobody can give us a hard time about their relationship being creepy or weird. It's just a sweet comedy about a very unlikely pair. But that's as Lolita freaky as I've gotten. I collect heart-shaped glasses—I have about fifty pairs right now—and I used to dress up like Lolita all the time as a teenager, right down to the one sock. Yeah, my mother was a little worried when she realized I was reading it and loving it so much. After we're done filming, they might just end up missing from the set. I wish they were my natural boobs, but it was all smoke and mirrors. It's being helmed by Julie Taymor, who brought Lion King to Broadway. It's gonna be like a rock n' roll circus. In between cracks about the unconventional setting — we agree he looks like he's auditioning for a new basic-cable sitcom called , considering your costar is martial-arts badass Maggie Q? TV Guide Magazine: Ever worry about what's next, now that Michael and Nikita have gotten together? I don't know how to end the second season, honestly.West: All the actors have some athletic background. West: I never thought they'd bring us together so quickly, but the fans wanted it — and it was the smart move. We have things happen that naturally screw up stuff. I'm glad that's not my job, because I'd be having a heart attack right now.
Because if she wasn't involved, maybe you're 20 episodes in, it's cold, you're exhausted, you're like, "Eh, screw it." With her there, it's like, "I've got to do it. West: I knew right off the bat, but I was unsure about my own abilities. A., and Shane West is casually dangling from an indoor rock wall nearly 20 feet up in the air.(Picture a spider monkey with unusually good hair and cheekbones.) Apparently, the 33-year-old star of The CW's hasn't been faking his way through all the tricky stunt work required to play rogue Division agent Michael (last name unknown) on the action-packed cult fave, now in Season 2." the actress responded when a fan asked about a potential future reunion between them, noting how "awesome" it would be. Both Moore and West have often explained the impact "I think that it was such an overwhelmingly positive, memorable experience for me because it was my first leading role, and it was the first film I worked on away from home," she explained."We shot it in Wilmington, North Carolina, and it was the first time I'd ever had that kind of camp-like experience where you come home and cry when it's over and you're determined to keep in touch with everyone.
“Having gone through trials and tribulations has brought me to this place today.