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Keira Knightley on the cover of Elle Magazine (Dec 2007)

Taken from Just Jared:

Keira Knightley takes the December 2007 cover of Elle Magazine, which hits newsstands nationwide, Tuesday, Nov. 13.

She may look for all the world like an old-school film beauty, but Keira has a spiky, anarchic streak that breaks the mold. In Atonement, she gets to have it both ways. Here are some snippets from Keira’s Elle interview:

On the tabloids: “What I hate is that they shove in your face: this is what you want to be. And you think, f—k that. I don’t want it. Stop telling me I want to look like her. Stop telling me I want that life. I don’t.”

On being moody: “I’m a moody bastard. :o Actually, I’ve been banned from reading newspapers because the way they’re written angers me so much. If I want an opinion, I’ll read the opinion part of the newspaper. I do not want it when I’m trying to get the facts. I get incredibly angry. It really f—ks me off. See, I have to calm down about it.” :D

On her sex scene in upcoming movie, “Atonement”: “There was no knob-touching, for real. But it certainly looked like that.”

On the word cute: “I hate cute, I’ve always hated cutesy. My mom used to ban the word cute. Absolutely banned.” :D

On romantic comedies: “I’m a total romantic- I love romantic films. But I don’t like being raped by sugar.”

On cell phones: “I hate them. It rings, and then I realize that I don’t want to talk to anyone. So I always press ignore.” :o

On becoming aware of her sexual powers: “Oh, my god. I don’t think I’m aware of it now! No… I’m lying. I don’t know why I said that. No, I’m not lying, actually. I’ll just have an argument with myself!”

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Source: Just Jared

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