Having just recently announced that she and husband Chris Pratt are expecting their first child together, Anna Faris is fittingly featured in the latest installment from Flaunt magazine.
The 35-year-old actress donned outfits including a Vera Wang blouse with Levi’s denim shorts and a Citizens of Humanity denim dress with cut out and belt for the flirty Donna Trope shot spread lining the pages of what’s been dubbed as ‘The Denim Issue’.
Meanwhile, highlights from Miss Faris’ interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Flaunt!
On enjoying a secondary role every now and then:
“The emotional investment that you have when you’re leading a movie is huge. It’s nice to not necessarily feel that as much. It would be exhausting to have that every movie.”
On having quite the imagination as a child:
“I had two really good girlfriends, and for awhile we called ourselves ‘BBMs,’ which was Big Boobed Mamas. Which, of course, really wasn’t the case. I was like the most underdeveloped. I was concave-chested. I had a lot of inside jokes with myself. And I was always constantly imagining things, constantly imagining that I had an audience in the woods. If I was making something to eat, I was on a cooking show, or if I was in my room, I would pretend to be like Oprah.”
On nudity in movies:
“I get asked the nudity question all the time: ‘Would you ever do it?’ I don’t know what that means, I think what they’re really trying to ask is, ‘Where do you view your career? Are you desperate enough to do something like that?’ I don’t know what it really means. What’s the difference between showing your boobs in a comedy and showing it in a dramatic movie? And I don’t know. It’s a frustrating one. In the first ‘Scary Movie’ I had funny boobs. We actually shot pig tits where I like opened up my blouse, but I don’t think it actually ever aired. They tested it and people got freaked out.”