November 21 2011
The 26 year old siren was nominated for an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role opposite Hollywood icon George Clooney tells the Daily Telegraph “I know that people have to ask me about Twilight, but it’s tricky to be honest about those films and also to be discreet.
I like sets that feel small. Big sets are difficult; it feels like there’s constant miscommunication. I’ve been lucky so far, but I can see why people don’t necessarily have fun on big movies. Smaller films are really rewarding.”
Kendrick also spoke about her career aspirations, stating that she wants to do different roles, she is currently filming Robert Redford’s political thriller The Company You Keep and Jason Moore’s Pitch Perfect.
She will star in the romantic comedy inspired by Heidi Murkoff’s pregnancy handbook entitled What to Expect When You’re Expecting which arrives in UK cinemas on May 18.
When talking about the forth coming rom-com Kendrick said “It’s going to be a big, shiny movie but I’m consciously trying to do different things, people want you to do the same thing over and over and then complain that you never do anything else.
Actresses have to redefine themselves at certain ages – you’re supposed to be an ingénue in your 20s, Kelly Reilly in your 30s and Laura Linney in your 40s. And I will try my very best to do that.”
Kendrick will next be seen with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen in Jonathan Levine’s 50/50 which comes to cinemas on Friday.