She is absolutely gorgeous.
I only took snippets from the interview because it's long as hell and to be honest, quite boring.
Q: Your co-star Heath Ledger will next be appearing as Casanova, the greatest lover of women of all time. Do you feel like you need to find a new role to validate your sexuality?
JG: I don’t need to play any role to affirm my sexuality. I don’t feel like I need to affirm anything to anyone. When someone offers you a job playing Casanova, you take it whether you’re gay or straight.
Q: Ang, did you ever consider hiring actual gay actors to play the lead parts in this movie? Is there a reason you didn’t?
AL: I just have to go with the best actors possible for the roles I’m working with. I didn’t even ask the people I interviewed whether they were straight or gay. (Turns to Jake) I assume you’re straight? Yes?
JG: That’s a good supposition, Ang.
Q: Was it difficult to play such a large range of ages? What did you do to make it clear that you were getting older?
JG: It’s somewhat subjective how much time passes in the movie, but really we focused on making our voices deeper, slowing our mannerisms. There’s a point in the movie where I’m supposed to be about 40 carrying a saddle to the truck. The first time we ran it I was all ‘Errrgh’ and stooped over, and some of the 40-year-olds on the set were like ‘Hey, we’re 40, not 80.’
You can read the whole thing here.