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Beautiful Creatures. Interview with Emmy Rossum

Interview

Emmy Rossum's Autograph (Beautiful Creatures)

Emmy Rossum’s Autograph (Beautiful Creatures)

- Some Russian people associate your name Emmanuelle with a character played by Sylvia Kristel.

- Why do I feel, you are asking me a funny question? [Smiles]. Ok, got it. [Translator finishes]. Oh, not that one! Only men ask me that question. I guess, that was kind of a softcore love story, right? I don’t know. I was named after my great grandfather, who was a Russian man known as Emanuel Razumovsky, when he immigrated, he became Emanuel Rossum, so that’s how I became Emmy Rossum, just he was Emanuel, and my female version is Emmanuelle, like that!

- Do you know any Russian songs?

- I used to know Russian tunes from The Queen of Spades (1833), but, alas, no more. I know the German version of it, but I doubt that it will help you here. I would have to think about that later.

- Is the Russian age rating «12+» appropriate for Beautiful Creatures?

- That sounds fine, yeah, there isn’t any blood or violence, no nudity, I would see this, if I was 12. I try to remember, what I watched then, and it, probably, was much worse.

- Do you think Beautiful Creatures will grab the attention of The Twilight fans?

- Maybe. I still don’t regret not auditioning for The Twilight, but I was doing Shameless at that time. Here I enjoy my character more than the protagonists like the Lena’s role or the Kristen Stewart role. For me, the opportunity to play the antagonist, the bad girl was much more fun, I already played all the good girl in The Day After Tomorrow, in The Phantom of the Opera, in Poseidon. I really wanted to play bad this time, it might be for the same audience, but our movie has much more comedy in it. There is a lot of funny and even silly things happening in Beautiful Creatures. Sense of humor kind of mixes here with the power of darkness, and we don’t take ourselves quite so seriously like The Twilight characters do.

- Thanks, Emmy!

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