Hailee Steinfeld says she's in 'no rush' for next project
Hailee Steinfeld, the youngest nominee for best supporting actress at the 83rd Academy Awards, said she's happy with where she's at in her career.
"I'm on the path that I want to be on and I'm doing what I love to do and I think as long as I'm loving it, then I am on the right track," Steinfeld told On The Red Carpet.
The 14-year-old didn't win for her role as an avenging teenager in Joel and Ethan Coen's western remake "True Grit." In fact, the box office hit failed to win a single Oscar despite having 10 nominations.
Steinfeld was picked out of thousands of young women for the role of Mattie Ross. Steinfeld hasn't chosen her next project, but she has enough going on as a freshman in high school. When asked how long her resume will be in a year, the actress said she doesn't know.
"I think that it could be way longer or it could be not as long as people may think. I think that as long as, you know, we're picking the right projects. We're in no rush. So however long it takes, just as long as it's right," said Steinfeld.
While Steinfeld didn't take home an Oscar, she seemed to win big on the red carpet. The star received a lot of praise for her light pink tea-length Marchesa dress.
"It was so cute. She looks so proper for what she's doing. That tea length was just perfect for her. It wasn't too young. Through the whole awards season, she really hit it on the head," said fashion expert Mondo Guerra.