Hilary Swank brings "Love" letter to theaters
By Randee Dawn
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank returns to theaters Friday with the romantic comedy "P.S., I Love You." She plays a widow who starts receiving notes from her late husband, played by Gerard Butler, which helps her to rebuild her life.
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: YOUR PERSONAL HISTORY IS FAIRLY
WELL-KNOWN -- AT 16, YOU AND YOUR MOM RELOCATED TO CALIFORNIA
TO HELP YOU PURSUE YOUR ACTING CAREER. HOW WOULD YOUR LIFE BE
DIFFERENT NOW IF YOU TWO HADN'T MADE THAT MOVE?
Hilary Swank: Who knows if (a person changed) one thing in your life where it would bring you? But I tend to think because I wanted to be an actor at such a young age that hopefully I would've ended up where I am today. I love my job. I don't even know if I can actually call it a job (because) when I'm filming movies, it doesn't feel like work. It's a joy and a great passion, and I couldn't imagine my life being any different.
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: EARLIER THIS YEAR, YOU WORKED WITH
DIRECTOR-WRITER RICHARD LAGRAVENESE ON "FREEDOM WRITERS," AND Continued...