‘I was born in the wrong decade’ – the Mandy Moore interview

From pop princess to Disney princess, Mandy Moore has come a long way. At just 26, her albums have sold millions and she has starred in a whole host of movies. These have varied from the syrupy (A Walk To Remember) and the downright forgettable (Licence To Wed) to the completely inspired (Saved!). She has backed those up with TV roles in the likes of Entourage, Scrubs, Grey’s Anatomy and The Simpsons. She is married to singer Ryan Adams. In her latest film, Disney’s rather fun 50th animated feature, Tangled, she voices Rapunzel. She spoke to Ross McG about her teen idol roots, why she has had enough of rom-coms, her desire to work for Quentin Tarantino and how she was never going to end up like Britney Spears. Click HERE or the picture above to read the interview at Metro.co.uk.


7 Responses to “‘I was born in the wrong decade’ – the Mandy Moore interview”

  1. I haven’t heard or seen anything from Mandy Moore in ages. She is still smokin’! 🙂

  2. Another wonderful interview. Way to go McG! That’s nice that you get to meet famous people (well I presume you meet ’em right, unless this is a phone interview?) Anyway, I haven’t seen Tangled yet but I’m surprised QT likes it, but that guy’s taste sure is eclectic. Glad to hear she’s done with rom-coms. I agree with her, there’s not much to offer in that genre anymore, it’s just too bad.

  3. yeah, face-to-facers rtm. tangled is good fun, rapunzel is a sweet character. i liked it more than Princess and the Frog, even though the latter had better animation.

  4. Cool, I’ll definitely see it when it arrives on Netflix. Wow, nice gig you have then. Please don’t forget lil’ old me when you interview Rufus ok? 😉 I know you probably won’t want to interview GB, though I consider that your loss as he seems like a fun guy.

  5. A Quentin Tarantino musical? The idea doesn’t bad at all.

  6. Someone needs to send this too tarantino this interview…now

    And also, interviewing famous people seems like a cool gig

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