He's already heavily rumored for the role.
"I can’t imagine what he is doing now," she said, according to Variety.
"We always hoped she'd be a breadwinner."
The actress, who partially credits Weinstein with her career in Hollywood, disavowed his behavior.
That is a mouthful.
“Pow, yeah, I’m Ju-to-the-di."
When I am a horrible, no good, very bad person -- to paraphrase "Alexander" of the famed Judith Viorst's classic, I sit and stew. I've written apology notes, sent gifts and flowers and become irksomely repetitive with sorries.
And there are pictures to prove it!
About a month ago I posted on my Facebook business page what I thought was a fairly lovely -- and innocuous -- photo of two beautiful women, Maggie Smith and Judi Dench. I captioned it: 'Two divine women. No wild outfits. No heavy make-up or plastic surgery.' The post got nearly 16 million views.
"They do a little part on television and everyone knows who they are. They can't really act."
In Spectre, Craig's rather tortured take on the role, while retaining the grit of the actor's canny interpretation of Ian Fleming's literary conception, relaxes a bit into a suaver sort of self-confidence. He even exhibits a newfound compassion and sense of proportion.
Would I ever have ventured to see Seven Brides for Seven Brothers remade on a New York stage? Doubtful. All that death-defying Michael Kidd choreography cannot be replicated away from the camera, I would have thought. But outdoors in London in August? Why not?
There is nothing remotely second best about the highly anticipated sequel to the charming The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which was released in 2011. The cast of that movie included Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Penelope Wilton, Dev Patel and Maggie Smith.