Mia Wasikowska is often called one of the best actresses of her age, but it's definitely an interesting moniker considering that Wasikowska is still best known to the general public as the titular Alice in 'Alice in Wonderland'.
Wasikowska has three different films at the Toronto International Film festival, and she reveals why she decided to stick to indies after breaking out with a Tim Burton blockbuster like Alice in Wonderland.
She explains, "It was a level of exposure I hadn't experienced before, and being one of the first international films I did, it was like being thrown down a rabbit hole in its own way. If something as interesting came up, and it was a big film, I'd do it. Maybe I am consciously not doing big films, but only because the smaller ones are more interesting right now. If something comes along that's go those other elements and it's also a big film, I wouldn't rule it out. At the moment it's just about what's challenging for me."
Wasikowska will next be seen in 'Tracks' [which has already been picked up by the Weinstein Company], 'The Double', 'Maps to the Stars', 'Madame Bovary', 'Only Lovers Left Alive', and Guillermo Del Toro's 'Crimson Peak'.