Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Anna Kendrick on the November 2016 Cover of InStyle UK Magazine


Anna Kendricks has a few movies coming out and you can catch the actress on the November 2016 cover of InStyle UK. On the cover, she is wearing a look from the PRADA FALL 2016 collection which was topped off with a mlblown, messy up-do. In the issue, she talks turning 30, being funny, her time managemwnt & more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her feature & to see her fashion spread. For more on Anna's feature, visit InStyle.co.uk and pick up a copy on newsstand.




On if she enjoys photo shoots:
‘I never know what I’m doing, so I stave off madness by channelling characters from fantasy franchises. So yesterday, I was acting like a drunk Galadriel from Lord Of The Rings, shouting [adopts Cate Blanchett voice]: “In the place of a Dark Lord you would have a Queen… Treacherous as the Seas…” And the photographer was like, “Stop talking, let’s take a picture”.’

On her time management:
‘Bad. My life has been falling apart for four years. I had some accidental time off, so I’ve been enjoying opening my mail, seeing my friends, sleeping in my own bed. I’m a champion sleeper. Also, I organised my garage and it made me so happy that I felt like I was on drugs. I built industrial shelving, bought tubs from Ikea, put my Christmas decorations in clear containers so I can see them… I feel like I’m on drugs just talking about it now.’

On if she feels pressure to be funny:
‘No, and I’m also so grateful I don’t have to do the Miss America thing when I meet fans, like “Believe in your dreams!”, or “It was a dream to meet you!” I don’t know how to do that. I’m unstoppably awkward. That’s why I’m so bad in the post office. Am I in the wrong line? Did I fill out the wrong thing? I practise what I’m going to say before I go in.’

On turning 30 last year:
‘There’s no such thing as a 30-year-old girl. Maybe a 28-year-old girl, but not 30. There’s a security in that, which is incredibly arbitrary and stupid. But as someone who can be in a room with people who don’t take me seriously as often as I would like, it’s nice to be able to tell them: “I believe the term is ‘woman’ now”.’









Credit: InStyle UK


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