Elisha Cuthbert Talks "Happy Endings" & "24" Movie with NY Moves

Posted Sunday April 1, 2012 9:37 AM GMT

She's been busy working on her hit ABC comedy "Happy Ending" as of late, but Elisha Cuthbert took time to put together a feature for the spring 2012 issue of New York Moves magazine.

The 29-year-old blonde beauty looked fetching as she posed in a Lela Rose skirt paired with a One Teaspoon top for the alluring Randall Slavin shot spread while opening up to the publication about everything from her TV series to being dubbed as a "sexy" actress.

Highlights from Miss Cuthbert's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to New York Moves!

On her role in 'Happy Endings':
“This character has a little of me in there, the goofy side of me. I don’t know if I would have had the confidence [before] to play this character, which is crazy because it seems like the lightest character I’ve ever played. But being outlandish and goofy and exposing yourself is hard. I used to think it was all about making people cry, but the feeling of making people smile and laugh has surpassed that.”

On loving horror films:
“When you watch the final product, there’s the fear factor, but when you’re making them, it’s actually a lot of fun. House of Wax was so epic. We had this town built for us in Australia, and it was such a fun group of people. I had my lips glued together, I was getting chased around… it was great!”

On the long-awaited 24 film:
“I have not seen the script…but I’m hoping I’ll be a part of it in some capacity.”

On being referred to as a 'sexy' actress:
“It’s flattering and kind for people to say they find me attractive. I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t. But as you get older, you start to think about who you are. It’s not about being the most beautiful woman in the world, it’s about being the most beautiful person you can be every day. There’s no such thing as perfect; it’s about being yourself. I try to be a beautiful on the inside – a good friend, a good girlfriend, a good daughter.”

Photo Credit: Randall Slavin for New York Moves