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Zoë Kravitz: Just do it!

Published 30/04/2015

Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz

Zoë Kravitz has spoken about what it takes for her to finish the multiple projects she always has on the go.

The 26-year-old actress-and-musician is constantly juggling several projects at one time, as she plays in band Lolawolf and stars in huge Hollywood films like Divergent, Insurgent and forthcoming futuristic thriller Mad Max: Fury Road.

But Zoë confesses in order for her to accomplish so much professionally, she often looks to friends for inspiration.

“It’s a lot of work. But you have to sit down and do it. My best friend Jimmy, who’s in my band [Lolawolf], he’s such a doer,” she noted in a new interview with Flaunt magazine. “I like to fantasise about doing it all the time, but he’s that guy that’s like, ‘What time tomorrow? Let’s just do it. Let’s sit down and start writing.’ And that’s how I get sh*t done. And it’s crazy you’re your biggest enemy, your biggest blockade. But whatever, it’s just like sit down and do it. Nike really did have it right. The slogan.”

Ultimately Zoë is in love with her life, mainly because she really enjoys what she does for a living.

The star is incredibly excited about all the projects she’s got going on right now.

“I’m doing sh*t that I love. I just wrapped a film mid-January. It went straight to Sundance… Ever since then it’s been nonstop,” she shared. “Press for Insurgent. I have a film called Good Kill coming out with Ethan Hawke. Mad Max press is gearing up. Dope is also at Sundance. That’s coming out in June.”

Zoë has over 585,000 followers on Instagram and she often shares photos on the picture-sharing website.

She thinks social media is very interesting, but the star has no idea how being online so much might impact society.

“We’re going to find out, at one point, how it’s affected human beings. We’re part of an experiment,” Zoë said of social media.

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