I love the idea of playing people who know they're doing something wrong. A flawed person. And I never really get to play that type of role since I'm always the good girl. The girl next door. It's a nice challenge and I'm trying to move into that more. But what frustrates me is that I'm an actor, I'm supposed to be able to put on different faces, but Hollywood doesn't see me that way. To them, I'm Sabrina and that's it. My success is my own worst enemy."She then revealed that after doing a crazy-hot cover shoot in 1999 for Maxim magazine, her mind shifted to naughtier things.
I was 23-years-old and willing to be sexy to promote my movie. Plus, I went through a time where I was a little wild. I actually showed up at the photo shoot from The Playboy Mansion, so it was like, 'oh big deal - bra and panties, that's what I saw everybody in all night.' I had no idea how big that was going to be. [From that experience] I learned that I didn't want to do Playboy. They came around and offered me a million dollars, which I had to seriously consider. Initially it's like, 'Yeah, I'll take my clothes off for a million bucks, are you kidding?' It's the big question: what will you do for a million dollars? But I decided that because of the reaction I got from Maxim I wasn't comfortable- and my brother had that cover shoved in his face for months. That made me say no."
I remember a decade ago when that Maxim issue came out and thinking that the girl must have magical powers, what with all the levitation going on in my pants when I saw it. I showed my friends the trick, but they didn't find it nearly as interesting as I did. Come to think of it, I haven't heard from them since.