Here’s what the ‘Mission Impossible’ actress had to share.
On those recent pregnancy rumors:“The truth is that I feel like it’d be selfish for me to have another child. I love motherhood, but being able to be a wife to my husband and have a relationship is important to me. Everybody with kids knows it can’t ever be what it was in terms of your time together. Also I think: happy mom and dad, happy baby.”
On her fear of monotony: “There’s something about Broadway [that plays on] my biggest fear: monotony. What I love about filmmaking is that whatever work you do that day is in the can, like a piece of performance art. You did it, you’re in the moment, and you can’t take it back. It’s done, you move on. The idea of doing the same thing night after night, two shows a day, that would just kill my spirit.”
Paula reconsiders, “But I love the idea of going on stage. Because when you do a movie, there’s no applause afterwards. You only live once. Maybe I’ll love it… I need to be loved and encouraged sometimes with things.”