The numbers are in and the big question is finally answered... Well, kind of!
Was The Interview a success?
So, how much, exactly, did it make for Sony?
If this is true, it's almost too cringe-worthy to handle!
Gwyneth Paltrow reportedly tried to re-live her successful big screen days by inviting family and friends to her home in the Hamptons last summer, and forced them to watch her old flicks!
Seriously, y'all—she's clinging to the past harder than a sloth to a tree!
"After the massive success of Iron Man 3, Gwyneth started hosting regular screenings of some of her old 90's hits, including Seven, Sliding Doors and Shakespeare in Love. Gwyneth is really just trying to re-live her glory days. The truth is, if you look at her schedule, she’s just not a full-time actor anymore, but she still wants to be treated like a screen legend."
And that coming from a friend?! Ouchies!
The pal went on, with an even harsher tone:
"She’s been trotting out the old movies for her friends, but most of them would rather watch paint dry. It was pretty embarrassing and interestingly Chris never hung around to watch."
Perhaps this is where the trouble began for the recently split duo?? Doubt it, but still…
This entire ordeal sounds like a whole 'lotta interesting—and could explain so much about Gwyneth at the same time!
Hopefully the odd screening (if it ever actually happened) was a GOOP-tastic success!