I bought an iPhone 8 Plus because of its nice big screen. I can easily pull up a script if I need to see the latest revisions for “Riverdale” right before we film.
I have a Spotify playlist going all the time. Since I’m constantly listening to it I’m always adding to it or changing the lineup. Right now it has Kendrick Lamar and Frank Ocean on repeat. If I’m in my trailer on set or when I’m at home, I usually sync it on my Samsung Soundbar. It has a really great subwoofer that helps get the bass pumping.
The Tesse Café and Bakery at Fred Segal is one of my favorite eateries. But it’s one of those spots I don’t think I’d ever get up and go to. Luckily, thanks to Postmates, you can get the best food in L.A. and it just shows up at your doorstep so quickly. You feel like a queen. There’s an almond salad that’s my go-to order.
I use a 15-inch MacBook Pro for my film projects. I use DaVinci Resolve editing software, so I got the nice, big screen specifically to work on the go—like if I am on a plane, or the set of “Riverdale.” I have a separate MacBook Air for writing scripts. It’s smaller, thinner and I can throw it in most bags. I hook up my hard drive and away I go.
WhatsApp is great for communicating when you travel. I discovered when I was on a publicity tour in Paris and in London for a festival that WhatsApp is universal. I use it for texting as much as I can.
I love keeping my vintage trucks (similar vehicle shown) as original as possible including the engine, the interior—everything down to the knobs and windows. The one thing I will always put in is a state-of-the-art Pioneer stereo system. But I still keep the look of the old radio face.
—Edited from an interview by Haley Velasco