When you’re the star of your own movie, your career is over
In The Age article It’s been a rough year for actors.
Some of them have been forced out, and a new generation of talent is struggling to find their place in the film industry.
But as a star in her own right, and with a career spanning nearly 30 years, I think the world would be a better place without me.
And so, I’m not really feeling that much about it.
I’m just trying to find a way to make a living, and I’m grateful for every single day I have.
I’ve got three young kids and my husband is doing well.
I don’t want to be around that sort of pressure or stress, and it’s not something I can get into.
But it’s the same thing with any job: You have to find that balance between what’s important to you and the demands of the business.
I think I’ll keep doing what I love.
And if I want to go somewhere, I’ll find out.
I think I’m lucky.
I know I can go somewhere with the right people.
It’s been tough for a while.
It was a tough year for me personally, too.
When you have a movie like “Candyman” that made $1.6 billion, and the next year you have the movie “Crimson Peak” that was a box office success, it’s hard.
I had to go into a lot of financial trouble.
I just felt like I was over it.
I was a little bit of a pariah.
I lost a lot.
I didn’t get the recognition that I wanted.
But I’m happy I’ve been able to do it.
And then there’s the world that I’m in now.
I’m a parent.
My kids are grown and are very talented, so I’m very lucky to be in a position where I have that support system.
I have an amazing husband and two great kids.
So I’m able to work, but I also know I’m just not going to be able to keep doing the job.
I want the world to know that I have a place to be and a family.
I have to get through it and not just say, “I’m done.”
Because I am, and that’s the truth.
I’ll go out and have fun and I’ll have my fun again.
But it’s definitely a tough road.