"I fell out of love with acting." Gwyneth Paltrow, in an interview with the radio station Sirius XM, thus motivated her choice to say goodbye to the cinema.
"I think when you're in the middle of the lens, when you're 26 and you're a deadline person who frankly doesn't love acting that much I felt like, 'Now who do I have to be? What am I? Where am I headed?"
The 48-year-old star also explained that some of the glamor of her work has disappeared due to the public scrutiny she is constantly subjected to. He also added that he lost his sense of direction after winning the 1999 Oscar for Shakespeare in Love and it didn't help having to work with someone like Harvey Weinstein, the film producer who fell out of favor after allegations of rape and sexual harassment from part of numerous actresses.
Paltrow blamed Weinstein in 2017 for facts dating back to her when she was still a toddler and she also revealed that her then boyfriend Brad Pitt threatened the producer accordingly.
Her last role in a film dates back to 2015 in Mortdecai. She has since played Pepper Potts in the Avenger Infinity War and Endgame series, as well as Spider-Man: Homecoming.
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