With their careers hotter than ever, Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde are still all about their son, Otis, and now Wilde is opening up on what it's like being a mom.
On Sunday, the New York Daily News shared an interview with the actress about what it's like filming horror scenes and what it's like with her new mom life.
Motherhood is reportedly at the center of her universe these days despite Wilde's beaming acting career.
"It takes a fun project to make it worth leaving home," the 30-year-old star said. "So maybe your standards get a little higher."
So now she is more picky about which projects and parts she will take part in.
"Your priorities change too because you think, 'Well, I want to make something my kid will watch,'" said Wilde.
Apparently, Sudeikis is taking the same approach these days as well.
"Jason is making Angry Birds and I'm really happy about that because it's probably the first movie of either of ours that Otis will be able to watch."
And while parenthood doesn't seem to be too scary for the couple, Wilde said one part of filming the horror movie The Lazarus Effect did terrify her.
She had to pretend to be asleep in bed as a dog and she had to act with a real pooch close to her face.
"We had to hide all these dog treats under my hair so that he would find me interesting enough. I definitely thought if I was this dog, I would attack my hair, but luckily the dog was much better behaved than I am," Wilde said.
The movie opens on Friday and features Wilde's character and her finace leading a team of uiversity researchers who stumble on a way to reanimate the dead.