Susan Sarandon News Archive
If you wanna smoke pot, then smoke pot!
"I would like to see everybody be able to smoke pot."
Of course, she add much more to it in the interview (above)! This isn't surprising because voiced robocalls in Denver for Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act of 2012!
Still, it's nice to hear someone talk a little bit about pot with poise and clarity — instead of through a haze of smoke and a fist of Cheetos!
LOLz! Get it, Susan!
Just because she's a senior citizen, doesn't mean she can't be sexy!
Susan Sarandon decided years ago that she wasn't going to let her age determine what kind of roles she pursued and now at 65-years-old, she's still being sexy on screen.
In Jeff Who Lives At Home, she plays the mother of two dysfunctional adult sons, but it doesn't stop her character from getting sensual.
Kinda seems like an oddly specific thing to donate to, but we're not complaining: ping pong RULES!
So Susan Sarandon apparently just gave $75,000 to table tennis programs in NY public schools — which will go towards equipment and coaching!
More than 25 of the schools have now added table tennis to their programs this year!
We know what you're thinking. You're thinking this is a little odd.
But did you know that Sarandon is the co-owner of a Manhattan table tennis club called SPIN??
Because she totally is — and now it makes perfect sense!
How wonderful, Susan!
[Image via WENN.]
Because she's a milk drinker! Sooo good for you!
Susan Sarandon is the latest pretty face to don a milk mustache for the "Got Milk?" ad campaign. She told sources that she drinks light milk as "often" as she can, as well as puts it in her coffee. But her favorite way to enjoy milk? Susan says, "I love ice cream. I highly recommend light milk."
We shall take your advice, as should everyone else!
She's done so much good with the charity, we're happy to hear that the torch could be being passed on.
Susan Sarandon revealed to Parade Magazine that it is her fervent wish that her eldest son, Jack, travel with her on her next Unicef Charity trip. As a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador, has made several excursions to far off places that have plague with famines or HIV/AIDS. As her son is an aspiring film maker, she's eager for him to have a complete world view, so that it might influence his work.
She tells the mag:
"I'm hoping that my eldest son will join me. He has expressed an interest in taking a trip with me and possibly filming. One of the things that's always been the hardest is how lonely you are when you're there and you're so emotionally involved, so to be able to have one of my kids with me, I think would be great for me and probably very educational for him. It's been really eye-opening. The reason that they send celebrities into these places is so that you can come back and speak in the first person about what you've seen. Besides that obvious reason, it's just such an education for me to really get to be in people's homes or huts and to talk to people and be able to ask questions and understand something on a personal level as opposed to just reading about it. I'm very, very grateful for the opportunities that I've had."
And we're sure all the people you've helped over the years are grateful that you still make time to do such important work. We can't wait to hear what your son takes away from the experience.
[Image via WENN.]
Sarandon recently admitted that she doesn’t use Botox because she’s scared of how it would inhibit her facial expressions.
“I’m afraid of Botox. As an actress you have to use your face. But I do think a woman has a right to do whatever she wants with her body.”
In the interview, Sarandon also discussed drugs.
“I was lucky to come of age at a time when there were consciousness-opening drugs as opposed to the meaner chemical drugs.”
We love her open-mindedness!
[Image via C.Smith/WENN.com.]