Milla Jovovich in The Edit: You've Got To Bring Something Else To The Table Besides Looks

Posted Thursday December 5, 2013 1:53 PM GMT

In the midst of production for her new film "Cymbeline," Milla Jovovich fronted the latest issue of The Edit.

The "Resident Evil" beauty looked stunning in designer garbs from Michael Kors and Chloe for the Annemarieke Van Drimmelen-shot spread while opening up about topics including her marriage to Paul W.S. Anderson and future career plans.

Highlights from Miss Jovovich's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to The Edit!

On her looks as she ages:
"I always notice guys are more attentive when you have a little weight on you. My husband always loves it. [He says]: ‘Your boobs! Your a** looks amazing!’ Physically, I peaked at 23. Listen, I’m not feeling sorry for myself. I’m very happy with the way I look; I look great for my age. But for me, when I was 23, I personally felt like no one could touch me. Well, maybe Kate Moss. It’s who you are when nobody is watching you that matters. You’ve got to have something else to bring to the table."

On her ex-husband:
"I met [director] Luc Besson and fell in love and had this person who allowed me to make mistakes and still built me up after. He said, ’Don’t think that just because she does her thing so well, that it makes you any less.' We still meet up and talk."

On her marriage to Paul:
"The fact that he wasn’t raised in London with money is important. No matter how awesome it would be to be a trust-fund kid from an extremely wealthy family, I think often people are pretty miserable when they have everything."

On her acting:
"I’m at that point where I don’t need to work per se. Which I know sounds so douchey to most people, but I’ve been working since I was a kid, so you know what? Step back, buddy. It’s nice to be able to say, 'Maybe I will, maybe I won’t.'"

Photo Credit: Annemarieke Van Drimmelen for The Edit

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