Iron Man ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️½
I love it when stars be themselves. Keep it real. This makes me like them even more and want to see more of their movies.
Enter Gwyneth Paltrow. First, she has a very cool first name. A little hard to spell, yes, but a great name. She seems genuine to me. Maybe, I’ve got it wrong, but she just seems like the type of actress you want to root for.
Am a fan, definitely, of her talent and how she’s handled her career. She was great as Pepper Potts in the MCU slate of films — the pictured and linked Iron Man which put Jon Favreau on my radar — as Tony Stark’s assistant and friend. When she’s in a film, it definitely increases my interest.
It’s always refreshing seeing movie stars being honest and self-deprecating.
“What people are surprised about me, when they meet me or work with me or hang out with me, is I have a really, really, really dirty sense of humor,” Paltrow once quipped. “People think I’m pretty buttoned-up and prim and proper, but just tell me a joke about balls or something.”Gwyneth Paltrow reveals the sex tip she picked up from Rob Lowe’s wife
Trading sex tips with Rob Lowe’s wife? lol. You go, Gwyneth!
Will we see Tony Stark and Pepper Potts together on screen again? I read earlier this past week a few stories suggesting that they are trying to get Robert Downey Jr back in some way. If that happens, they better not forget about Gwyenth/Pepper!
Jennifer Aniston seems to get more press love than Paltrow, but I think Paltrow has more diversity than Aniston (agree/disagree?). I like both their work, but in my opinion, Paltrow has gotten out of typecasting more with a certain type of role. I’d like to see Aniston step out a bit more like she did with Horrible Bosses. Be something more than lovable, slightly dim-witted Rachel Green from Friends.
Paltrow’s filmography reveals a fair amount of movies and TV she’s starred in that I haven’t seen. The last five years of movies have been documentaries and MCU mostly except for Mortdecal (2015). The Politician is her most current TV lead role on Netflix. Anybody reading watched? What do you think? Let me know in the comments, spoiler-free, of course. Or feel free to chime in on what you think of Paltrow’s acting chops?