Evan Rachel Wood

October 8, 2011 by staff 

Evan Rachel WoodEvan Rachel Wood, Evan Rachel Wood, whose most recent project is George Clooney’s political thriller “The Ides of March”, talks to GQ about her breakup with Marilyn Manson, it comes out as bisexual and if you feel attracted to her co-star Marisa Tomei.

GQ: The Manson broke off their engagement in August 2010 and then earlier this year that came out as a bisexual. Was it a girl thing?

Evan Rachel Wood: “No, that’s true I’ve been that way since I have memory I remember growing up and loving when I knew she was a child like me, who seemed to me I thought I should return the favor …. You do not need to be ashamed. ”

GQ: You’ve done two films with Marisa Tomei. Is that your type?

Evan Rachel Wood: [laughs] “… Um, I mean, she’s beautiful, I do not know I do not believe”

GQ: On paper, her character in Ides reads like – pardon the term – a skank. She sleeps with multiple guys in a matter of weeks. But on the screen does not feel the same for her.

Evan Rachel Wood: “I think she is really ashamed of what he did is strange. The only thing that could end any politician is sleeping with the intern, but it has nothing to do with being a good politician ..”

GQ: Anthony Weiner helped make this film very current.

Evan Rachel Wood: “The Secret Life of politicians are always shady people have to accept the fact that their leaders are not perfect, nobody is …”

“The Ides of March” is playing across the country.

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