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GLAMOUR: Do you get very involved in creating your characters' looks? RACHEL MCADAMS: It does happen, especially around the time a movie's coming out. I sometimes wish I did more career stuff and was in that Hollywood scene a bit more.
RACHEL MCADAMS: Yeah, I love those preliminary conversations about who a character is. It's preferable when it's not about looking pretty. We talk about things like, maybe my character can't afford these Christian Louboutins. RACHEL MCADAMS: I definitely was in the sequined, bedazzled era.
GLAMOUR: What's harder for you, playing serious or playing silly? I'm very silly as a person, but quality silliness on-screen has more of an art to it. GLAMOUR: So how about you tell me a story—is your Wikipedia page right?
character she played, ut that doesn’t mean people are going to stop quoting her. I never even wanted to work outside of Canada, or outside of the theater.
In 2010, Mc Adams appeared in her first star vehicle, the comedy Morning Glory.
In 2015, her highest profile roles were in the second season of the HBO crime drama True Detective, and as journalist Sacha Pfeiffer in the drama Spotlight.
Rachel Anne Mc Adams (born November 17, 1978) is a Canadian actress.
After graduating from a four-year theatre program at York University in 2001, she initially worked in Canadian television and film productions such as the drama film Perfect Pie (2002) (for which she received a Genie Award nomination), the comedy film My Name Is Tanino (2002), and the comedy series Slings and Arrows (for which she won a Gemini Award).
Meanwhile, Cady begins to have a crush on Regina's ex-boyfriend, Aaron Samuels, whom a jealous Regina proceeds to steal back at a Halloween party in front of Cady.
But the only extracurricular scene Mc Adams has made recently was on the first day of Occupy Toronto, where she showed up to check the protests out and "educate myself." Today we're here to discuss Mc Adams' newest movie, with Gosling, and she plays the role with the same likability that won us over the first time around. GLAMOUR: OK, wait, how many buns do you have there? RACHEL MCADAMS: This is not meant for public viewing! All my friends make fun of me and call me Helga or Heidi. I was 16 and directing kids' theater, which didn't totally pay the bills. RACHEL MCADAMS: It was a great place to work, but I had a little bit of an OCD thing with hand washing and just didn't have time. RACHEL MCADAMS: But the house is a lemon, so there are endless things to do there. I'd like to try it again now that I know about quinoa and bulgur. GLAMOUR: I read somewhere that you said you wanted to take a knife skills class. I really wanted to learn the proper way to julienne a carrot.
GLAMOUR: You've had some other fancy hairdos, like those pink streaks years before Nicki Minaj. I wanted to do my whole head, but my hairstylist, Robert, was like, "How about we start small? I still think about doing blue at some point, but I don't like to change my hair before I'm about to do [a film]—you never know what that character's going to be. They were like, "Hey, the drive-through's backing up. " I was not a great employee; I broke the orange juice machine one day. With that type of work experience, do you find it strange to be followed by paparazzi now? RACHEL MCADAMS: Yes, but we each have our own kitchen and bathroom.
The two educate Cady on the school's various cliques and warn her to avoid the most popular and infamous one, the "Plastics", who are led by queen bee Regina George and include rich but insecure Gretchen Wieners and airhead Karen Smith.
The Plastics take an interest in Cady, and invite her to sit with them at lunch.