Taylor Schilling is only 29, but she's already has her retirement plans figured out—if she lives to be 103, that is.

The Orange Is the New Black star was on hand Saturday night to take part in the Motion Picture & Television Fund's "Reel Stories, Real Lives" event. She took to the stage to tell the story of Ruthie Tompson, a 103-year-old former Disney animator, who lives at the MPTF's campus.

"I hope I'm kicking back with some great people and laughing a whole lot," Schilling said when asked to imagine her life at 103. "I hope I'm just giggling with a bathtub full of bubbles and maybe lots of tattoos."


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"Why not?" Schilling said. "Like when I hit the 80-year-old mark then I'll start to get tatted out."

Speaking of ladies with body ink, we tried to get Schilling to spill on the second season of OITNB, which doesn't premiere until June.

"It's not that long—a couple of months," she said. "We're not going to say anything. I would get in so much trouble."

Hosted by Will Arnett, the MPTF event also included readings by Anne Hathaway, Casey Affleck, Andy Samberg and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

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