On a day that saw the premiere of the first trailer for Warner Bros. and the debut of the latest trailer for Paramount Pictures’ Arrival, we sat down with Oscar-nominated actress Isabelle Huppert to talk about her time on the big screen and the challenges of her role.
Here’s what you need to know about the latest movie from Oscar-winning actress Isabel LeBeouf:You’re still a teenager.
What has that been like for you?
I grew up in a time when the idea of being young and being allowed to do something I liked, which was pretty exciting, was really liberating.
And I have such a lot of energy, I really enjoy it.
But I do have to say, I’m a bit of a perfectionist and I don’t like to get perfectionist.
I just want to get to the next stage, which is just having fun.
I love making movies, so I’m very thankful for that.
I think the only thing that’s gotten in the way of me being happy about my career is being a teenager in the world today.
When you’re 18 or 19 and you get that kind of attention, you don’t want to miss it.
I’m so grateful that my parents are willing to make it for me.
How does that feel?
I have such fun with my kids.
I’ve got a whole family that’s grown up with me.
And they’re so supportive of me.
When I say that they’re supporting me and making it so that I’m happy, that’s amazing.
When they get to see me do my own thing, I feel really grateful for that, because I feel like my parents really wanted me to be able to do my thing.
Do you ever feel pressured to do what you want to do?
Sometimes I feel pressure.
But it’s like, I think you just want a job.
If I get a job, I want to be the best version of myself, so that’s really important.
I don [want to do it], but I also want to have fun.
And sometimes that means that I have to do things that don’t really make sense.
I mean, I love my job, but it’s kind of weird.
I guess I don.
I really like my job and I like doing my own stuff.
Do they have a lot more rules for actors?
No, I have no.
But there are certain things you have to be careful of.
It’s like: Are you comfortable in your skin?
Is there a reason why you want that?
Are you really doing it?
Do you really have to have this in your DNA? And I don�t have to worry about that.
[I’m] a good kid.
I want people to know that I do the right thing and I try to be as good a role model for other kids as I can be.
How did you learn about the idea that your career is really important?
I was a little bit shocked, because they put me in this film that is about a group of children.
It is a story about a young boy and his mother.
And she has this incredible power.
And then there’s this other girl that she has a crush on.
And the other kids have to come together and help her.
And so it was very different from what I would expect to be happening in the industry.
I had no idea that this is the kind of movie that was going to be such a huge thing.
How does this film work?
I mean [the director] Guillermo del Toro is a big believer in storytelling and storytelling is such a big part of the story.
I was just a little surprised.
I did not think that he would make a movie about kids, or about a film about young people, so it surprised me that he thought that was an important thing.
I also thought that I would be a really bad role model.
But when I was talking to him, he said, I know that there’s so many children in this world, I don`t really think that it’s really about me.
I know it’s a film that has a very specific message, and I want it to be very different.
It has to be about the importance of all these things that I`ve been so privileged to do.
I wanted it to have a very particular message.
But Guillermonero was kind enough to send me the script and the first thing he told me was: I love you, but you have a really great story to tell.
And it has to have an idea that I don t want to just be a kid and do it.
So I had to do that.
How has it been to get this movie made?
I didn’t want this movie to be like an experiment.
I didn t want it.
It`s my story.
It just felt like a really big risk, but GuillerMonero has given me such a really good start. I