While promoting the film, she told reporters, "My parents are very supportive of my work, but they hate seeing me die, overdose or have sex on screen. I have to cover dad's eyes for those parts!"
"I've never done a huge studio movie like 'G.I. Joe,'" she said. "I felt like it was time to do something where I wasn't having a breakdown or addicted to heroin or dying at the end -- something that was really great fun and that people went to see and actually just had a great time seeing and weren't left damaged. I think my parents were also like, 'Please just stop doing these films -- you're killing us.'"