Ali Larter Speaks About End of 'Heroes,' UN Conference'Heroes' may have been canceled, but Ali Larter isn't worried. She just won an MTV Movie Award for her knock-down, drag-out brawl with Beyonce in 'Obsessed,' and recently visited Washington, D.C. as part of a United Nations conference on women. She chatted with PopEater about life lately.

So, tell me about the UN conference.
I was a guest at the UN foundation for the Women Deliver conference, and I really didn't know what to expect. I went into it with an open mind, really curious because I've always cared deeply for women's issues and I was startled by a lot of the statistics that I feel don't get a lot of attention.

Did it intimidate you being around all these smart women?
Absolutely! I was in awe of them and just inspired. There were women from 147 countries and women who really care and want to see change.

Did they play 'I am Woman' by Helen Reddy?
[Laughs] No. I was excited to be there with my mom. It was a lot to take in.