Highlights from SJP's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to check out Fair Lady!
On trying to balance family and work:
"For me it has been hard to say no [to work]. I wanted a family, but before I had a family I was a career person. I've tried to marry those two things; sometimes successful, and sometimes not."
On husband Matthew Broderick:
"He does lots in the house. He shops for me a lot and he cooks for all of us. There are a lot of things he does better than I do, so it balances itself out. I don't feel taken advantage of. We take care of each other."
On whether she knew she wanted to marry Matthew right away:
"I don't know that I thought about that right away. I met this wonderful person and we wanted to be together. And after a while it became apparent that I wanted to be with him longer than temporarily."
On whether she has insecurities about her looks and aging:
"I try to dress appropriately for my age and I'm a realist about what I look like. But if those physical things were my insecurities I'd be thrilled. What wonderful problems. My insecurities are more substantial than that. I worry first and foremost about my children and their health. My husband and his. I worry about what work opportunities will come up. My own creative satisfaction. How will I pursue things and will the work be good?"
Highlights from Leonardo's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to check out GQ Australia!
On the roles he would've played if he was a leading man at another time:
"For my generation, it's always the 70s. That period where you felt like the hands were being dealt back in the director's favor. The studios realized that letting them tell their stories was something the audience had a hunger for. And of course, it all went awry. Taxi Driver to me is the ultimate independent movie performance. Playing a character like Travis Bickle is every young actor's wet dream."
On the growing level of paranoia:
"What is that incredible statistic – that a young kid in Africa with a cell phone has access to more information that the President did in the 60s? And with the onset of things like WikiLeaks – which can be very beneficial in some respects, to unveil a lot of the secrecy of conspiratorial activities – the level of paranoia is going to reach an all-time high."
On whether he wants to direct:
"Yeah, I do. And if I did direct, I would try to have the same no bulls**t approach to it as he [Clint Eastwood] and his crew have. Seriously there are no frills on his set. It's a small tightknit crew."
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