Aedan Juvet Senior Staff Writer @AedanJuvet
Emma Roberts made her film debut as a nine year old back in 2001, now 13 years later Roberts is a veteran and has starred in many various film and television roles. Most recently she had a role on one of the critic's favorite series, American Horror Story: Coven, and has her newest film with James Franco titled Paolo Alto. Roberts recently was interviewed by Elle Canada, and covered multiple topics about friendship, personal life, social media, and the joys of privacy. See some of what the young actress had to say about life in her interview below.
Emma began to talk about her teenage years, and the complications that come with determining people who are good for your life, saying “I had friends for 10 years that I had a falling out with and now don’t speak to. It’s hard in your early 20s because everyone’s going on their own path and friendships just fall apart. I’ve known one of my best girlfriends since I was 11 and we still talk every day, but others just don’t last. I used to make fun of my parents for not having friends. Now I see why! It’s hard to find authentic people to keep in your life.”
Roberts expressed a desire to enjoy life more and participate in social media less, which even she admitted is no easy feat, telling Elle Canada “My New Year’s resolution was to live more in the moment instead of Instagramming it. I love social media as much as the next person, but it’s important to know when to put your phone down. I went to Santa Ynez [California] and it was nice to actually get in the pool—not just take a picture of getting in the pool, you know?” She also added “One day I really just want to throw my iPhone in the ocean. But maybe just for a week.”
The starlet was asked about her proposal to actor Evan Peters who she also costars on American Horror Story: Coven with, but the two would like to retain some semblance of privacy, saying, “That’s something I want to keep more private, because there’s nothing worse than when you talk about a relationship and then everybody feels entitled to ask about it. It’s the only thing I can kind of keep private, and it’s nice to have that.”
Seems like a fair enough request, right? Check out the full issue of Elle Canada for even more of the interview with Roberts.
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