Gwyneth Paltrow still takes on acting roles, but is reluctant to return to the big (or small) screen for no good reason.
Still, during an appearance in Naomi Campbell’s “No Filter with Naomi” series earlier this week, the founder of Goop revealed a lively state that would prompt her to take on a new acting concert.
“I should fuck the writer!” Paltrow joked as Campbell nearly fell out of his seat.
In other words, the actor̵
“But that’s something!” Add Paltrow. “If my husband writes something and he wants me to do it, then I will do it … And you know, I can never say never.”
Paltrow added that she would also be interested if the right theater opportunity arose.
“I would like to return to the stage one day,” she said. “I really loved doing theater.”
The wellness guru announced in 2016 that he was taking a break from acting to focus more of his time on Goop, but said he would “probably” return at some point.
After his declaration, Paltrow appeared several times as Pepper Potts in Marvel movies and worked on the Netflix series “The Politician” (which was co-created, written and produced by – you guessed it – Falchuk).
Paltrow gave a slightly better idea of why he “doesn’t like acting so much” in an interview with Bruce Bozzi on SiriusXM last December.
Apparently things started to change after she grabbed an Oscar for her role in 1999 in Shakespeare in Love.
“I think when you hit the bull, when you’re 26 and you’re a metric-driven person – who honestly doesn’t like acting as much as it turns out – I was kind of, well,” she revealed. “It simply came to our notice then. Somehow I felt like, well, now who should I be? What am I driving to? ”
Constantly being in the spotlight is also getting old for the actor.
“You know that part of the brilliance of acting has disappeared because you were under such intense public scrutiny,” she added. “Being a child who goes through every separation of every title is criticized for everything you do, say and wear.”
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