Gwyneth Paltrow continues to play a selection of roles. But she’s reluctant to return to the big (or small) screen for no good reason.
Still, during an appearance on Naomi Campbell’s series No Filter with Naomi earlier this week, the founder of Goop revealed the hilarious symptoms that would force her to take on the show again.
“I’ll have to fuck a writer!” Paltrow joked as Campbell almost fell from his seat.
In other words, the actor̵7;s next project will have to do with her husband, writer and producer Brad Falchuk.
“But it is!” Paltrow added, “If my husband wrote something and he wanted me to do it, I would … and you know I can’t speak.”
Paltrow added that she would also be interested if appropriate theatrical opportunities arise.
“One day I want to go back and perform on stage,” she said. “I love doing dramas a lot.”
The health guru announced in 2016 that she was taking a break from acting to focus more on Goop, but said she “might” return at some point.
Since her announcement, Paltrow has appeared as Pepper Potts in Marvel films and has worked on Netflix’s “The Politician” series (co-produced, written and produced by – You Guess – Falchuk).
Paltrow provided more insight on why she “didn’t love acting that much” in an interview with Bruce Bozzi on SiriusXM last December.
Obviously, things started to change after she won an Oscar for her 1999 role in “Shakespeare in Love.”
“I think when you hit your target when you’re 26 and you’re a metric-driven person who honestly doesn’t like acting as much as possible – I’m fine,” she revealed. “It’s not that I feel. That this is not worth doing I feel like who I should be now. What am I driving into? ”
Constantly being under the spotlight is old for an actor.
“As part of the show that shines, you know it is in intense public scrutiny,” she adds. “As a living child, every breakup in every headline has been criticized for everything. You do say and wear ”
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