GLAMOUR: You've had some other fancy hairdos, like those pink streaks years before Nicki Minaj. I wanted to do my whole head, but my hairstylist, Robert, was like, "How about we start small? I still think about doing blue at some point, but I don't like to change my hair before I'm about to do [a film]—you never know what that character's going to be. They were like, "Hey, the drive-through's backing up. " I was not a great employee; I broke the orange juice machine one day. With that type of work experience, do you find it strange to be followed by paparazzi now? RACHEL MCADAMS: Yes, but we each have our own kitchen and bathroom.
GLAMOUR: Do you get very involved in creating your characters' looks? RACHEL MCADAMS: It does happen, especially around the time a movie's coming out. I sometimes wish I did more career stuff and was in that Hollywood scene a bit more.
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Fashion editor: Anne Christensen Rachel Mc Adams is just so cool. GLAMOUR: People seem to love gushing about you in interviews. GLAMOUR: When you did , did you have any idea it would become such a huge thing? GLAMOUR: What's your all-time favorite romantic movie? GLAMOUR: You have such wonderful chemistry with Channing Tatum. RACHEL MCADAMS: I wouldn't mind running a restaurant.
When I meet the 33-year-old actress for tea at a London hotel, she's wearing a loose sweatshirt, and her hair, in a dozen tiny buns, makes her look kind of adorably crazy. " she says, laughing, without the least bit of self-consciousness. RACHEL MCADAMS: Well, I bawled my eyes out when I got the script. But it was one of the first big things I had done, and I was just focused on getting through it. GLAMOUR: As the star of a movie like that, do you get asked for a lot of love advice? RACHEL MCADAMS: I was worried we might not, because we were more like brother and sister, like buds. GLAMOUR: So you're not aware that Ryan Gosling has become a huge feminist icon? I'm not an amazing cook, but I can follow a recipe. RACHEL MCADAMS: I was one once, but it made me very tired.
In 2002, she made her Hollywood film debut in the comedy The Hot Chick.
Mc Adams rose to fame in 2004 with her roles in the comedy Mean Girls and the romantic drama The Notebook.