Older celebrities taking time to nurture youngsters
GV’sGH would like to take a moment to congratulate sterling senior celebrities Faye Dunaway and Stephen King for their charitable encouragement of youngsters in their respective fields.
Last week, crackpot actress Dunaway scoffed when asked about the upcoming remake of her 1967 hit movie Bonnie & Clyde, and said not-nice things about its star, Hilary Duff:
“Couldn’t they have at least cast a real actress?” Dunaway asked.
To which Duff fired back in this E! interview: “I might be mad if I looked like that now, too.” (Okay, that’s even tackier.)
And this week, writer Mr. King had this to say about mega- successful Twilight author Stephenie Meyer:
“Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good.”
Faye and Stephen, two thumbs up for carrying on in the rich tradition of selfish, spoiled artists who have made it big and can’t handle sharing the spotlight with anyone else. Bravo.