Raving and whinnying about her husband Danny Moder:
"It was so great to be working on the same movie with him. He's so
good at what he does. He's so clear and focused. It's
actually hard to get his attention on the set because he's really
like, 'No, I'm working'. But at lunch I will be like, 'Hi, remember
me, your wife?'"
Why are you shocked he ignores and forgets you on set? He forgot his first wife the second you galloped into his camera lens.
How noble of Julia to take the time out of her spectacular life to foist the movie "Eat, Pray, Love" on us! Never mind those 150 crew members and their lives. They only exist to serve at her feed bag.
"For me to make that personal commitment to do that much work and travel to all those places, not alone but with 150 crew and my whole family, really shows how much I still love what I do...It was an endeavour that took me away from my home life so I was proud that that passion was still vibrant in me. The scope is so massive that it was more work than I would normally want to be doing but I was excited about trying to portray my character’s real passion for her life, and for the people in it and for the places she goes to. When it was finished I was really exhausted but I loved every second of it."
It's Julia's world. We're just forced to live in it and listen to her trademark "You're watching a Julia Roberts' movie" cackle.
With Julia, it's not so much exhaling as whinnying through her horse muzzle:
"I used to take off on a vacation every year by myself as sort of a reset button to sit and evaluate what had gone by, to read a great book, maybe get a sun tan and, you know, just collect myself. It's important to do that. You don't necessarily have to travel, but just take the time for yourself to exhale."
Thank god I'm not famous. It's apparently the most exhausting job on Earth, way ahead of coal miners, social workers and heart surgeons. I'd never qualify for enough credit cards to go on all the vacations I'd need to be a tired celebrity.
Multi-millionaire actress Julia tells us about her job, with bitch switch in the "on" position:
"I get dressed up like a doll, a nice man puts lipstick on my lips and I say words---it's deeply satisfying."
As deeply satisfying as the job her one note acting should have really rewarded her with? Y'know, asking if you'd like to supersize those fries? <insert Julia Roberts' trademark horse laugh so you'll know we're talking about her>
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