Eva Mendes has steered clear of the big screen since 2014, but she hasn't ruled out a return to acting.
The actress appeared on "The View" on Tuesday, May 10, and spoke about the prospect of ending her Hollywood hiatus.
"I have such a short list of what I will do," Eva, 48, said. "Before kids, I mean, if it was a fun project — but now I won't do violence, I don't want to do sexuality; the list is short."
The mother-of-two's last film role came eight years ago in "The Lost River," which was written and directed by her husband, Ryan Gosling. If a special project comes around, Eva said she "hopes" to be considered.
"I would like to [return to the movies,]" she said, but reiterated, "It has to be nice and clean."
A Disney project, she said, would be "perfect."
Not only did Eva take a break from Hollywood, but she also took a social media hiatus last year.
"I started feeling really phony in it," she said. "I started seeing my day like, 'Is this a social media post? Is this a social media post?' I don't want to live like that."
Eva said she wanted to be more "genuine" on Instagram and not "seek" content.