Jodie Foster Talks Plastic Surgery, Kids and Hollywood
March 15, 2006
The normally reserved and incredibly private Jodie Foster sat down for a candid one-on-one with "Extra's" A.J. Calloway, where she talked fame, Hollywood, plastic surgery and her new bank-heist thriller "Inside Man."
Calloway: You work with Clive Owen and Denzel Washington in "Inside Man." How was that?
Foster: I am the envy of everyone I know. People are giving me high fives in the street basically for working with Denzel Washington.
Calloway: I read somewhere that you said when you're 90, you want to look 90. So no plastic surgery for you?
Foster: Yeah because I want to play people who are 95 at least. I'm going to have a corner on that, the corner on wrinkles, droopy eyelids and the fatness.
Calloway: Got any wise words for young Hollywood?
Foster: If you look just like everyone else, have the same eye and hair color and the same boobs and lips as everyone else, you just look like everybody else. Ultimately you talked yourself out of a job.
Calloway: I've heard you have a somewhat controversial view on fame.
Foster: I'm very unpopular for saying this, but I don't think there's one good thing about fame.
Calloway: Would you ever consider more children?
Foster: I start thinking I'd love to go through that again, and then I wake up and realize that's a bad idea.
One good idea? Working with the big guns behind the scenes of "Inside Man," like director Spike Lee and Academy Award winning producer Brian Grazer. "Inside Man" breaks into theaters March 24th.