News has been light on the ground recently, so it’s great to find a new interview for Thor: The Dark World. The question order seems really strange and it doesn’t exactly flow, but there are some nice quotes in there. I suggest reading the full interview here, but below are a couple excerpts. Thanks to lightscamerareaction.

Do you have any desire to work more in French or European movies?

I would really love to. Yeah, that is my hope for the next few years.

Who are your role models in this industry, maybe actors or women directors?

Well, it’s been wonderful to see contemporaries like Sarah Polley and Lena Dunham. Lena is a lot younger than I am, but I would like to think of her as a contemporary. (laughs) And Sofia Coppola, I like women who are really making beautiful expressions.

When Jane slapped Loki, was it a real slap? If so, how far did Tom Hiddleston want you to slap him?

It was actually a punch. We did a few that were fake, but they could tell because I am just bad at that. (laughs) So there were a few real ones because they were like, ‘you are just a little girl, you really can’t hurt him’. So I don’t know, he acted like he could handle it, but I think I actually hurt him.