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I think actors are in those situations all the time because we are constantly being put in situations where you have to be smiling.Mary Elizabeth Winstead took to her Instagram on Saturday, May 13, 2017, to announce her separation from her husband, Riley Stearns.The two main ladies in Scott’s life, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ellen Wong respectively, are Scott’s raison d’etre in Ramona is the spunky newcomer with whom Scott becomes so infatuated, he’s willing to fight her seven evil exes.Knives is a cute, innocent high schooler that Scott is dating at the beginning of the film and eventually helps him discover who he really is.A shy student trying to reach his family in Ohio, a gun-toting tough guy trying to find the last Twinkie, and a pair of sisters trying to get to an amusement park join forces to travel across a zombie-filled America.
I was thinking, “She better say she wants to be 150 years old.” MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: And I just want to go peacefully whenever I am prepared for it.
CHRIS NEUMER: You got to admit though that life is going well when you have to cancel all the interviews you’re doing because you need to take meetings with big Hollywood studios so they can tell you how much they like you. It’s not a bad thing, but it is stressful at times. MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: (laughs) And then all the same people at the premiere on the press line too, it’s funny. ” I got that one a lot and, “When you die, how do you want to go out? We’d kind of look at each other and the other one would start.
The last few days have been so much involving press, plus meetings, plus premieres, plus more meetings. CHRIS NEUMER: My gosh, so you had to talk to the guys in sweat pants and bad beards all day huh? CHRIS NEUMER: “Did you draw upon anything from your real life to create this? There’s probably a little more of, “What’s your favorite death sequence in the film? ” Or, “You’ve seen it, you know what my character is.” MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: Those types of questions can be a little annoying after a while, but it was fine. it was nice having him with me because we could bounce off each other if one of us didn’t feel like answering it right away.
The two touch why being mobbed on the street is bad, being vulnerable is good and why Winstead occasionally finds it necessary to think about her family being killed. MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD: Yeah, got to get that down. I was talking to him about acting for the screen versus acting off the screen. People kept coming up and going, “Oh Josh, I need a picture of this.” He was like, “Great, great.” Then these people would come up and smell awful and he was like, “Wow, this is great,” and he would roll his eyes when he got back.
CHRIS NEUMER: You were supposed to talk to me today at and stood me up. Do you find that your acting ever slips out into your everyday life or your persona?
Actors Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Tveit share what it was like for their characters to return to the scene of their first kiss with The characters weren't the only ones feeling confused—so were the stars!