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Kristanna Loken Quotes
Kristanna Loken Quotes
"Arnold is amazing. I was really impressed by his physicality-it's pretty phenomenal what he can do with his body. As far as doing the big fight scene with him, I kind of made a correlation with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers: I did everything Arnold did, but backwards and in heels!" "I always try to make myself be very approachable and easy to talk to, so hopefully people will feel that they can approach me." "I can appreciate anybody's passion for anything." "I definitely felt that I was put at a very high place to be able to be a part of such a wonderful franchise in cinema history, so I was definitely very driven at doing a great job and having my body look the way it should and just being a part of the creative process." "I did extensive training and through that worked with a nutritionist, so I put on about 15 pounds of muscle mass." "I don't have a dishwasher, and I hate washing dishes." "I just try to take it as it comes. One autograph at a time." "I never really was much of a practical jokester or anything." "I started acting when I was 13 in New York. Worked there for a couple years, then auditioned for a show there that was going to be filming here. Ended up coming out, getting the job and just staying." "I think I can try the film world out for a while." "I think sensuality is a part of me. It's not all of me, but it's a part of who I am." "I think that you have to present an image that is... true to you, and... the way you would like to be perceived, so I think that through the years I've worked really hard at trying to create an image that is true to me." "I was definitely a fan of Robert Patrick's character in T2. I was just really awed by his performance and the complete body control that he had, so I think maybe subconsciously, that played in the back of my mind." "I worked with a mime coach. I did weapons training. I did weight training." "I'd like to do something a little different. Something a little less intense. I'm not sure what it's going to be yet. For the first time in my life, it's great to have choices, but I think I have to be very careful in choosing the right next project." "I'd like to go to Brazil I think. Do a little South America trip." "I'm an equestrian, so I like to ride. Ride horses, I love to hike with my dog, love to travel. Most recently I went to Costa Rica, which I loved." "I'm just at this point really just trying to finish up and do a great job and hold it together and just take it as it comes." "I'm ready to go back to work." "I'm tall, I have a deeper voice, and when I was younger, I looked older, so people didn't really know how to cast me." "I've always been a very physical person, and I did do a couple of other action things before-including a TV show called Mortal Kombat which we did martial arts on." "In the whole period of making the film, I carried myself more aggressively and was much more assertive than I normally would be. It took me a while to decompress after the film ended, to step back and say I didn't need to be this strong and have this kind of mentality any more." "People were actually approaching me on the street and thinking that I was an athlete. They couldn't quite place it, but a runner, or swimmer or something." "Playing a robot is possibly the most difficult role you can have as an actor, because you have to take all your innate emotional responses and completely suppress them. Even the way you walk is affected." "There was a period of time where I tried to cut my hair and dye it and change my appearance, but I realize that in the end, you look better in a specific way and people are always going to pass judgement on you, so it's really up to them to see you in the light that you want to be seen." "There's a lot of muscles in your eyes even that you don't ever work, but little human traits like showing signs of exertion while running, you couldn't do that. Blinking when you're shooting a gun, you know. Things that you take for granted every day that had to be eliminated, so it was always interesting." "Your body has such a memory." "It's hard to find a guy who's at least my height or taller. I've been with smaller guys, and when they curl up to me at the end of the day, it feels kind of weird."