was a breeze, but at times he left her lost for words in the wake of his star power.
her has come from the shift into acting work, which has required her to address emotions. “I was saying to my mum last year, if I don’t do any more acting ever again, it’s been the best therapy session ever,” says Zoe, bursting into husky laughter.
New Zealander, her sentences riddled with “bros”, “ehs” and swear words.
supporting roles in films such as Django Unchained, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters and indie flick Raze, which she starred in and also produced.
and loving side to her.
homeland, she’s put down roots.
not lend itself to motherhood and Hollywood is not a town where she’d like to raise kids.
and enjoy barbecues on the beach. That sort of thing.”
Oblivion opens in theatres nationwide on April 11.**