Wilde appears on the cover of April 2015 issue of Shape magazine. She talks about her pregnancy experience and post-baby body.
I am not in perfect shape. In fact, I’m softer than I’ve ever been, including that unfortunate semester in high school when I simultaneously discovered Krispy Kreme and pot.
Seacrest interviews Wilde during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about her role in the film The Lazarus Effect.
Probably the scariest moment is when I had to wait for the scene to get to the point where they pulled the sheet off me. I was kind of getting freaked out under there. But [for] most of the movie, I’m actually wearing these black eye lenses that make me blind, so it was an interesting experience shooting this movie only hearing everybody around me. I’m more scared of people than ghosts.
Elle Magazine interviews Wilde about casting advice for female actors.
Casting is a puzzle. You’re putting together a puzzle to tell a story. I would encourage all actors out there who are trying to enter into the business to really focus on what makes you different and unique and invest in that. Because that is what makes you irreplaceable. If you try to look like everyone else, you are very replaceable so you know, the bizarre wackadoodles out there who would think someone like Amanda is overweight there’s always going to be crazies, but I definitely wouldn’t assume that. I try to give people the benefit of the doubt and assume the business actually rewards people with talent in the end. The good material rises to the top so believe in yourself and your individuality and who you are and if you’re different. And if you don’t look like who you’re seeing on the cover of a magazine, that’s OK because you probably are the next definition of beauty. Don’t try to look like them because that’s already been done.
Wilde accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge but puts a twist on it by using breast milk. She nominates New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and Gloria Steinem.
It took me all night to make this.
Wilde accepts the ALS challenge from Dianna Agron and nominates Cory Booker, Gloria Steinem, and the artist currently known as Prince.
Wilde appears in the September 2014 issue of Glamour magazine breastfeeding her son.
Being shot with Otis is so perfect because any portrait of me right now isn’t complete without my identity as a mother being a part of that. Breastfeeding is the most natural thing.
Wilde, and fiancé Sudeikis welcome a son, her first child.
Wilde appears on the cover of the October 2013 issue of Allure magazine. She talks about her body type and her eating habits.
The idea that you could be a broad-shouldered, small-breasted woman and still wear really great outfits. Fear of carbs, of gluten, of everything—we’ve distanced ourselves from the beauty of food, the art of it. It makes me sad when people say, ‘Oh, I don’t eat gluten. I don’t eat cheese. I don’t eat this. So I eat cardboard.’
Sudeikis gets engaged to Wilde. The two have not set a date yet. Jennifer Aniston on who helped with the ring:
Somebody helped him on the ring in fact. Not me, but my fiance [Justin Theroux] did.
Wilde appears on the cover of the October 2011 issue of Allure magazine. She talks about dating rumours, divorce, and acting in In Time.
We were rehearsing, and I remember the director saying, ‘No, stop! It looks like you’re going to make out.’ ‘Nope—that looks like you’re going to make out, too.’ We were like, ‘Oh, God.’ I had to find a way to think of him as my son.
Seacrest interviews Wilde during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about what being an actress means to her.
It really makes me feel proud to be in the movie business because it shows the power of story telling and how we can bring joy to these people’s lives. You know, a little escapism.
Wilde appears on the cover of the July 2009 issue of Maxim magazine. She talks about acting in the movie, Year One.
I don’t know how they let me in there. It’s a group of the most incredible comedians of our time, really. I mean the mixture of the Apatow family with Harold Ramis and his classic sense of humor just exploded into this celebration of smart and hilarious humor.