Jennifer Aniston, intervistata da hollywood reporter assieme ad altri “attrici drammatiche” come Reese Witherspoon (in effetti è abbastanza drammatico che la RS sia un’attrice premio oscar), parlando della covid quarantena ha espresso come sia stata “oddly beautiful” e “extremely unifying” . Sfugge perchè una quarantena a bel air si unificherebbe a quella fatta dal resto del mondo e soprattutto: cara jen, l’unica ufficiale vip-enthusiast-covid può essere solo Naomi, praticamente nata per vivere con mascherine e guanti al punto che i suoi video pre-corona sono quasi identici a quelli dopo e il cui game durante il covid è upgredato a vere e proprie tute da centrale nucleare. (“to be honest? i’ve loved it so far”)
sono abbastanza sicura che se le asl del nord avessero avuto alla guida Naomi o anche solo accesso al suo battage culturale informativo (“everyone schneeze on a plane, notice it”) staremmo a posto.
Questa la parte dell’ intervista alla Aniston
Il lockdown è bello perchè non ero stressata come sempre (?) e leggevo tanto: “…Having the [space] to be alone and not be distracted has been almost divine timing in terms of the order of how everything has unfolded. I think that’s a blessing of this pandemic because there wasn’t any chance for people to get distracted going back to work or going out to dinners or whatever. We were all pulled together, and it feels extremely unifying and oddly beautiful. And I’ve never read more in my life.
e qual’è lo stress della jen? che non le danno mai ruoli buoni perchè lei era in “friends”: “Oh my God, yes. You just exhaust yourself. I mean, I could not get Rachel Green off of my back for the life of me. I could not escape “Rachel from Friends,” and it’s on all the time and you’re like, “Stop playing that f–king show!” The Good Girl was the first time I got to really shed whatever the Rachel character was, and to be able to disappear into someone who wasn’t that was such a relief to me. But I remember the panic that set over me, thinking, “Oh God, I don’t know if I can do this. Maybe they’re right. Maybe everybody else is seeing something I’m not seeing, which is you are only that girl in the New York apartment with the purple walls.” So, I was almost doing it for myself just to see if I could do something other than that. And it was terrifying because you’re doing it in front of the world.
E quindi deve sempre combattere, porella: “So, I just fought with myself and who I was in this industry forever, and it was constantly about trying to prove that I was more than that person. But there is such a freedom in getting older because you just stop giving a crap.
per dimostrare che non è solo una merda nella commedia, ma anche nel dramma : “Once you play comedy, they don’t think you can do the drama; and if you’re only seen as a dramatic actor, they don’t think you can do comedy. They forget that we’re actors and we actually have it all in there. It’s just about finding it and accessing it and getting the material.
rivedrei questa teoria sostituendo “friends” con “adam sandler”
ultimo accenno al covid, di cui abbiamo discusso in abbastanza: questa cover è stata fatta a wuhan, right?