Just shut up, because she had us at “hello again.” I’ve missed you, Renée. Was that scene supposed to suggest her suppressed lesbian desire? It was about her suppressed sexual desire and a craving for affection, but it wasn’t specifically about her discovering that she had same-sex attraction. She was open and ready for other life experiences that she hadn’t been exposed to.
But Zellweger has also had a somewhat complicated relationship with her own fame.
The same could be said for Zellweger herself and the character—re-joining the industry is easier when you do it with such a familiar role.
she was careful not to make any big pronouncements about what this move meant for her career and her future plans. News asked her about whether the role would mean her fans would start seeing her in more regular projects, she answered "I'm gonna take my time and see what happens." The flick went on to become the number one movie in the UK and earn over 0 million at the box office.
Fans may never experience the Renee they got to know during the last decade, but in Hollywood you take what you can get.
the third installment in the rom-com franchise, due September 16. Sonia, your discontent Hasidic character in , unexpectedly kissed her sister-in-law, played by Julianna Margulies. We talked about it, we laughed, and I was happy she trusted me and that we have a relationship where we could have that conversation.
"I'm glad folks think I look different," she told shortly after the Internet rumors started to run rampant. For a long time I wasn't doing such a good job with that.