“When I was in high school, I was obsessed with Mary Wollstonecraft; she was one of the very first feminists ever. My friend and I were always making videos, and we made this movie called Mary Wollstonecraft and the Renaissance Rangers. It was like a Power Rangers spoof, taking all these historical characters out of context. Mary Wollstonecraft, Robespierre, and Marie Curie–they would all fight crime together. This is the kind of stuff I used to to do. One time I showed up at a school dance dressed up like [Wollstonecraft.]“-Aubrey Plaza in this month’s Bust magazine
I love Aubrey Plaza. She’s in great stuff, she’s a feminist, she has a deal to write a YA book (!), she was fantastic opposite Mark Duplass in Safety Not Guaranteed, and I’m incredibly excited for her new movie coming out in February. The To-Do List looks amazing, except that JASON STREET IS PLAYING A COLLEGE STUDENT? Come on. What age are you, Jason Street (I refuse to call him by his real name)? 6 or so years ago you were playing a Hugh Grant-aged washed-up pop star, then you played a high school student, now you’re playing a college student. What gives?
I’m sorry I got off track. Aubrey Plaza is a Lady Inspiration.