On How She Relates To Her Character In Good Deeds: “This is my life in this script. I relate to the character because she has worked her butt off for many years, and now she just wants to spend time with her kids. In one of the scenes, the kids are watching The Wizard of Oz, and that’s exactly what was happening in my house when I got the script: My girls were watching The Wizard of Oz over and over.”
On Being Mom To Her Twins: “The crazy thing about the terrible twos is they trick you, because when the girls are being adorable, they lure you right in and they get you. One of the twins is a daredevil. The other is careful and reserved. Yet they complement each other well.”
On How She Stays In Shape: “I’m always bending down—to find a blanket, grab a bottle—and all the jeans I owned were coming down way too low. Not that I wear ‘mom jeans,’ though! I had to change my exercise routine because what worked for me before I was pregnant didn’t work for me afterwards. I started doing Bikram yoga, and I highly recommend it to any mother who wants to shock her body back into shape.”
To read more on Rebecca Romijn’s interview visit Vegas magazine.