Julia Roberts is gracing the cover of Vanity Fair's April issue, and she's a sight for sore eyes in an age when so many young stars are famous for being famous.

The magazine gave a sneak peek of the interview on its website.

The Oscar-winning actress talked about the acting business and how it's changed since she started out. She doesn't believe that young actors have enough time to get the right start.

There's the express elevator and there's rehab, she told VF. It's so awful; nobody gets a fair trial-and-error period that everybody deserves and everybody needs.

Roberts has kept a fairly low profile in recent years, although she still continues to work. Her bigger recent movies include Eat Pray Love and Larry Crowne.

She talked to VF about being a famous mother -- and her hopes that her children won't be traumatized by her celebrity.

Luckily, she got some good insight from none other than Meryl Streep's daughter, Grace Gummer, who told Roberts that she herself was in no way traumatized when she figured out that her mother was, you know, super famous.

She will play the Evil Queen in Tarsem Singh's Snow White movie Mirror Mirror, which hits theaters on March 30.

The VF April issue hits New York City and Los Angeles newsstands on Wednesday and will be available nationwide on March 6, Yahoo! reported.