HOW MUCH IS A PINT OF MILK?

Hey, where does Anna Ken­drick keep her milk? In cups! Like the song!

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Have you ever know­ingly bro­ken the law?

I did break into a house with a friend once when we were 14 or 15. We knew no­body was liv­ing there and there was no fur­ni­ture in­side. We no­ticed there was a win­dow cracked open, so we went back un­der cover of dark­ness and broke in and wan­dered around and felt re­ally badass.

What one thing do you do bet­ter than any­one else you know?

I kind of gave up the goods on my hid­den tal­ent with the ‘Cups’ thing. I am out of hid­den tal­ents now, be­cause I have re­vealed all of my tal­ents.

What is the worst thing you’ve ever put in your mouth?

Once when I was in Tokyo, I went to the fish mar­ket in the morn­ing. I ate sushi right by the sea, and I thought I could be re­ally cool and groovy to eat sushi for break­fast, but I’m just not here for raw fish in the morn­ing.

When were you last naked out­doors?

A fair amount on sets, be­cause I have to get changed in weird lo­ca­tions. I’m not com­pletely out­doors, but I am in just a white fab­ric tent that’s not even bolted to the ground. I had to get changed in a grave­yard for A Sim­ple Favour. It felt very strange to know that all that stood be­tween me and an en­tire grave­yard was a very thin piece of fab­ric and I was get­ting com­pletely nude.

How much is a pint of milk?

Well, I’m sure you can buy it in pints, but re­ally the clos­est thing we have is quarts, and I think that’s $2 or $3 de­pend­ing on whether you’re go­ing for the schmancy or­ganic stuff. I don’t buy it much. I don’t have any­thing against milk, but I don’t eat much ce­real these days.

What is the best thing you’ve stolen from a ho­tel?

Oh, def­i­nitely those lit­tle vi­bra­tor kits. Ev­ery time I’m in Ve­gas, I’m like, “Oh yeah, this ho­tel room is def­i­nitely go­ing to have one of those in­ti­macy kits.” It’s a cer­tain kind of ho­tel, and there’s gonna be a lit­tle vi­bra­tor in the ho­tel room some­where.

Who was your first movie-star crush?

My first was Chris­tian Bale as Jack Kelly in Newsies. He’s got kind of a semi-long hair sit­u­a­tion go­ing on, and he’s fight­ing for fair wages for the news boys and it’s just very in­trigu­ing. I mean, frankly the en­tire cast of Newsies is still my crush.

What’s your favourite smell?

I miss those sets of coloured mark­ers ev­ery­one had in el­e­men­tary school and they all smelled dif­fer­ent. The pink one smelled so good that I wore it out and it got all dried up be­cause I would spend all day smelling it. So what­ever that smell is. I would wear that as lo­tion if I could.

Have you ever had a para­nor­mal ex­pe­ri­ence?

No. All my friends who say they’ve had para­nor­mal ex­pe­ri­ences say I never have be­cause I’m a scep­tic so they don’t come to me. I’m like, “That’s fuckin’ con­ve­nient.”

Do you have a nick­name?

A cou­ple of peo­ple, when I was first mak­ing movies, gave me AK-47, which is why my han­dle on Twit­ter is Anna Ken­drick 47, and also be­cause Anna Ken­drick was not avail­able. I do think that is a lit­tle too cool for me, but I’m quite happy with that.

What movie have you seen more than any other?

The Women, 1939. That and Star Wars. When you quote Star Wars, like a deep-cut line, peo­ple still usu­ally get it. But I find my­self quot­ing deep-cut lines from The Women and get­ting very lit­tle re­ac­tion. It makes it even more ex­cit­ing when some­one does know it. It’s like the clouds part and the an­gels sing and, “Oh, here’s who I’m go­ing to be talk­ing to for the rest of the night.” It’s al­most ex­clu­sively gay men over the age of 50, but I’m ab­so­lutely thrilled ev­ery sin­gle time. HE­LEN O’HARA A SIM­PLE FAVOUR IS IN CIN­E­MAS FROM 21 SEPTEM­BER

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