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Strange advice to give someone who has been in the business for more than 20 years, but correct nonetheless."I couldn't handle all the attention when I was younger, but I feel like I'm in a place where I'm not going to collapse under the pressure."Dolores, a heroine who seems poised to drop her damsel-in-distress trappings and be actually heroic (or as Wood puts it, "bad-ass"), is a different type of role for an actor whose career has largely trafficked in shock factor or subversiveness or both.About the lightest it got was shacking up with a curmudgeonly Larry David in Woody Allen's Whatever Works.When a director once asked her to shed a single tear out of a single eye, Wood obliged.When asked about his feelings for his former flame, actress Evan Rachel Wood, Manson essentially slammed her with a single word.Marilyn Manson and Dita Von Teese reportedly started dating in March 2001.
"The showrunners and HBO warned me, ' You know, your life's probably going to change after this,'" she says.
At age five, she was cast in a movie of the week, which led to an audition for Interview With a Vampire. A few years later, starring with her mom in a production of The Miracle Worker that was directed by her father was "the equivalent of being given a pony," but Wood's parents divorced when she was nine, giving her plenty of grief to pull from professionally ("Any divorce is always horrible"). At 14, she booked Thirteen, ushering in fame and its ways of messing with a young mind. "Any child actor will tell you that you don't have a lot of the tools or the experience to combat a lot of the criticism or very adult situations being thrown at you."So Wood did what made sense at the time: At 18, she went to the Chateau Marmont, met Marilyn Manson (then 36 and married to Dita Von Teese), started dating him, and subsequently appeared, Lolita-like, in a video for "Heart-Shaped Glasses," groping her nether region and then making out with Manson as fake blood rains upon them in a video so graphic that the sex was rumored to have been real (she says it wasn't).
"I met somebody that promised freedom and expression and no judgments," she says. I looked at my mother one day and said, ' Mom, I'm gonna get on this tour bus for eight months and see the world and have a crazy journey and find myself, and if people aren't OK with that, I'm sorry, but I can't live my life for other people.' "Turns out people weren't really OK with that, mostly because of the colossal mindfuck that was just looking at Wood and Manson together.
Forget the baby-blue eyes or the long-limbed gracefulness that seems very Old Hollywood and hearken instead back to 2003, when Wood's portrayal of a teenage terror in Thirteen led the better part of a generation to question whether it was a good idea to participate in the propagation of the human race.
Then there was the estranged, wounded daughter in The Wrestler and the estranged, vindictive daughter in Mildred Pierce.