Sienna Miller has made a bold change – she’s choosing acting projects based on her collaborators instead of the role.
“In the past I was always drawn to the roles, and was often really exploring characters, but then the final result was not what it was supposed to be,” the actress, 32, tells Nylon in its April issue – the magazine’s 15th anniversary.
“My modus operandi after I had the baby was to work with great people, no matter the capacity, even if I had a smaller part.”
“Life is really short. A lot of what we do is a reaction to what people think you’re supposed to do. ‘Have a kid by 30. Move in, but live together for at least this amount of time.’ All of those rules I want to rebel against.”
Miller, who stars in the upcoming films Foxcatcher, Business or Pleasure and Mississippi Grind, even rebels against the all-pervasive selfie.
“I’m not very good at the selfie face,” she says. “I can do it for, like, three seconds and then I crack up.”
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