Aubrey Plaza was interviewed by the New York Times and the attractive, sarcastic actress/comedienne revealed that in her most recent movie release, "Life After Beth" she enjoyed the opportunity to "tap into my monster self". This is an intriguing revelation from her because fans generally associate her as a self-deprecating, roll your eyes individual similar to her April Ludgate character on "Parks and Recreation.
The actress disclosed that to prepare for "Life After Beth", a comedy/horror movie she did something that fans and entertainment observers found quite surprising in that she did not watch a bunch of horror movies to prepare. Instead, she decided that she was just going to go with her instincts and let her rage come out.
She is a much adored actress with fans and television/movie producers and her friends such as Anna Kendrick and Zooey Deschanel but she is definitely a very unique individual. For example, she admits that neither herself nor her friends can always tell whether she is being genuine or sarcastic and while that might seem normal for her friends when the individual herself admits that she sometimes can't tell that might be a problem.
One thing that she does not have a problem with is getting work as the talents of the actress/comedienne are in high demand. She recently attended the premiere of her film "Life After Beth" which is about a young man's recently deceased girlfriend who returns from the dead but she is not the way he remembers her. She also has two more movies, "A Many Splintered Thing" and "Ned Rifle" being released in 2014 and more projects for 2015 including her television series "Parks and Recreation".
Aubrey Plaza brings beauty and laughs to the screen in "Life After Beth" and her list of upcoming projects suggest that her star is only going to continue to rise because she is popular with both filmmakers and fans and the relationship with her is only becoming stronger because of her impressive acting talent.