cosmopolitan+for+latinas+aubrey+plazaAubrey Plaza, star of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” and the new movie “The To Do List”, appears on the Fall 2013 cover of “Cosmopolitan for Latinas”.

In her interview with the magazine, she discusses everything from what it was like growing up as a Latina in Wilmington, Delaware to what works in her relationship with screenwriter/director Jeff Baena.

We are loving the quote on the cover which reads “Boricua, pa’ que lo sepas!”

CLICK HERE to read a portion of the interview!

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Aubrey Plaza, la estrella de la serie “Parks and Recreation” y de la película “The To Do List”, sale en la nueva portada de “Cosmopolitan for Latinas”.

En la entrevista con la revista, ella habla de cómo es ser Latina en la ciudad de Wilmington, Delaware y da detalles de su relación con el director Jeff Baena.

Nos encanta la frase en la portada que dice “Boricua, pa’ que lo sepas!”

Aquí una porción de la entrevista:

On humor: “Humor is the way I deal with everything. Whether it was a shitty job, a boring class, or anything, my brain is always looking at it through that lens. It’s probably some kind of defense mechanism.”

On her relationship with screenwriter/director Jeff Baena: “He’s a creative person and we understand each other on that level. When we’re together we like hanging out at home. We’re happy having people over and playing Settlers of Catan or Battlestar Galactica. We’re kind of dorks.”

On the sexiest, fantasy dress-up outfit: “Old seahag with a bunch of ropes and seaweed hanging off me.”

On how she gets over shyness to be bold on screen: “Well, there was a lot of alcohol…No, actually, you don’t have time to get nervous. Sometimes when you’re shooting independent movies the pacing of it is so crazy it all feels like you’re in the army. [In The To Do List] I look at the schedule…and it was like ‘so today I’m gonna have to give someone a blow job, hump a pillow, masturbate in front of everyone.’ So I’d be like ‘Oh, my god,’ and I would let myself freak out about it for like three minutes in my trailer, and then I would be like ‘done.’ I’m in the army, I have to just do it, ignore everyone else, and just make it funny. I think like, the fact that it was a comedy, I got to find the humor in it.”

On whether people are starting to recognize her now that her roles are getting bigger: “I was in New Orleans this spring, and a guy came up to me and screamed, ‘it’s you, it’s you! Say something you would say,’ and I went, ‘Leave me alone!,’ and he was like ‘Oh, that was perfect! Do it again.’ And I was like, no, really, leave me alone! I was thinking that it’s awesome that I play this mean character. It’s kind of hilarious because I think I have a ‘mean-girl pass’ at this point. I could say whatever I want!”

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