"I have no idea what will happen after 'Mirror, Mirror,' but I love that I can still do what I want to do on a weekend, like go to the flea market. I don't ever want that to stop," she tells the mag. "I don't want to suddenly have to sacrifice parts of myself, and I don't feel like I am, knowing that people are going to be more interested in my personal life."
Although she's one of today's hottest up-and-coming stars, the 22-year-old says she's staying away from the temptations that can come with fame. "I never did do the whole drinking, drugs [thing]," she adds. "That wasn't ever me and is never gonna be me."
As for the future, Lily is only concerned with the art of action -- nothing else. "I don't want to acquire whatever 'fame' is," she continues. "I just want to be able to continue doing what I love to do."
Lily is featured on the cover of the March issue of NYLON magazine, which will be available on newsstands on Tuesday, February 28. 'Mirror, Mirror' opens in theaters on March 16.