Christina Ricci says that she regrets posing in lingerie for the enduring 1999 cowl of Rolling Stone. The actress was solely 19 years outdated on the time of the photograph shoot and had simply starred in Vincent Gallo’s Buffalo ’66 and Don Roos’ The Reverse of Intercourse. Ricci mirrored on the quilt story throughout a brand new interview with Rolling Stone printed final Wednesday.
“It’s not how I might have chosen to be dressed, but it surely’s very a lot of its time. Not nice,” she mentioned of the quilt. She additionally admitted to being “a little bit of a d***head” on the time and added: “I might have dealt with it in a approach that was much less teenage.”
Christina Ricci At The Premiere Of “Wednesday”
Ricci additionally admitted that, to this present day, she finds herself “beginning to really feel a little bit bit extra devil-may-care in regards to the issues I say. And that’s not good for me. I at all times go too far. I by no means notice how terrible a factor I’m saying is till another person is like, ‘What the f***?’” She added that the continuous press cycle for TV reveals is way extra draining than the breaks supplied in motion pictures. Ricci just lately appeared in Netflix’s Wednesday, based mostly on The Addams Household character she beforehand performed within the 1991 movie and its 1993 sequel.
Ricci additionally had loads to say about her bodily look. She defined that when she was youthful, “the second you seemed like a teen, you needed to give up. I acquired very fortunate, as a result of [I] coincided with impartial movies eager to solid precise youngsters to play youngsters.” She added: “The quantity of years spent obsessive about making an attempt to ensure no person might criticize you in your look… I actually have embraced this body-positivity factor. It’s such a f***ing reduction to know that no person’s allowed to name you fats. [When] individuals complain about issues like that, I’m at all times like, ‘Haven’t you heard? We don’t have to fret about that anymore!’”
Christina Ricci For “Rolling Stone”