On Her Leading Men . . .
PS: Let's talk about San Andreas with The Rock, Kylie Minogue, and Colton Haynes. I feel like Dwayne Johnson is really well groomed.
AD: He is!
PS: Did he teach you anything in terms of grooming or beauty?
AD: You know, he didn't. I'd say the main thing — and everyone knows this about Dwayne — is that he works out a lot. Everybody says you need to work out at least three times a week, and it really does make a difference. For your skin, for how you feel . . . If I don't work out for a week, I start to really just feel bad. It really helps not just physically but also emotionally. It can keep your spirits up. So if anything, I think that would be his main beauty trick. That would be my guess.
PS: What about Kylie Minogue? Did you have any scenes with her?
AD: I didn't have any scenes with her! But I did get to meet with her, and she is the nicest, most remarkable person. We had dinner and then this impromptu salsa-dancing thing after. We closed the restaurant down! She's the most amazing dancer.
PS: What about Colton? He's a heartthrob! Do you have any dirt on him?
AD: It's impossible to find dirt on him because he's just the nicest guy — ever. He had that reputation before I met him, and after I met him, everyone who knows him was like, "You must have loved working with Colton!" I didn't get to work with him that much either, but we had dinner one night. . . . He's just a really nice guy, and he deserves all the success he has. And he is not hard to look at.
PS: Let's talk about your new film Burying the Ex. Can you tell us about your character and what we can expect?
AD: I play the new love interest for Anton [Yelchin]'s character during the hijinks that ensue after his ex-girlfriend comes back from the dead. The director is Joe Dante, who is a remarkable human being. The movie is funny. Even though it's about zombies and the supernatural, it's relatable and real because sometimes you have these relationships you can't get rid of. It's sort of a metaphor for that in a way.
PS: Taking it back to beauty: what's your number one beauty trick or beauty hack?
AD: Besides olive oil, I think that getting enough sleep is honestly my main thing. I find that if I sleep well — eight hours, nine hours, 10 hours . . . [Laughs.] I think if you can, making sleep a priority is a huge thing. And for a quick fix, I think, again, exercising, moisturizing, and wearing SPF is a huge thing. Especially starting young. Get a moisturizer with sunscreen in it, and start when you're a teenager. You will have beautiful skin your whole life.
PS: Last fan question: would you ever consider playing Wonder Woman? They think you're perfect for the role.
AD: Yeah! If they would have me! A lot of the roles that I've played are strong female characters. I am really looking forward to seeing Wonder Woman in a movie. Finally seeing it come to life is going to be amazing.