The Pretty Woman star admitted that she isn’t supplied scripts of an honest degree.
In an interview with New York Times Magazine, Julia Roberts defined why the final 20 years have switched from romantic comedies like Pretty Woman and Notting Hill to dramas like Bringing Ben Back and Gaslit.
According to the Oscar-winning actress, she at all times needs to do one thing else, not what she is doing in the mean time. “When I’m doing a comedy, I think how good it would be to just sit at the table with a cup of tea and sob over something. Then I do it and think: “I want I may snigger in a lovely gown now!”
Roberts also noted that she rarely comes across worthy comedy scripts. “If I learn a Notting Hill-level script or one thing as wildly hilarious as Best Friend’s Wedding, I’d.”
Julia Roberts’ last notable role in a romantic comedy was Kiki in America’s Darling. Subsequently, the actress appeared in “Valentine’s Day” by Garry Marshall and his “Horrible Ladies, “but in minor roles. According to the actress, in addition to the high requirements for the material, her work and choice of roles were also influenced by the presence of three children.
Roberts cited Ol Parker’s Ticket to Heaven as the first worthwhile screenplay in 20 years. “But even then, I believed: “Catastrophe! It will only work if George Clooney is in the picture .” Somehow, George thought it will solely work if I used to be within the image.”
Thus, every thing coincided, and in October 2022, the romantic comedy “Ticket to Heaven” shall be launched, the place Roberts and Clooney performed ex-spouses who go to Bali to forestall their daughter from “making the same mistake they made 25 years ago”.