Transcript for Michelle Pfeiffer says it 'kills her' she passed on 'Thelma & Louise'
state contingency. If you hear extra loud claps that's why. We're going to begin with fi Michelle Pfeiffer. The roles they didn't take I love hearing about. Try to think of a movie iconic. Well, Michelle Pfeiffer is revealing she is so bummed out about turning down the cult classic "Thelma and Louise." She, by the way is gracing "Variety" magazine's cover, power of women. She admits it kills her she had to pass on that role and can't even watch the movie because it stresses her out so much. The reason she passed was it conflicted with "Love field" but did earn her an Oscar nomination. She revealed she passed on two other to die for roles, "Silence of the lambs." Clarisse. I know, one of the greats, of course, Jodie foster winning an Oscar for that and "To die for" playing a sociopath newscasters based on the story of my life, no. Just kidding. But you know, Pfeifer doing fine, three Oscar nomination, a golden globe and we'll see her next in "Murder on the orient express" looking forward to that starring opposite Johnny Depp, Judi Dench and Daisy Ridley. So life is just fine. She did all right. And it's nice to be asked to the party. At least she was invited. Also in "Pop news" this morning, Jennifer Lopez, she has found her next on screen bestie and it just works out it happens to her offscreen bestie sharing this cozy photo of herself snuggled up to Leah remini saying every Lucy needs an Ethel. Look who is doing a movie together. The two stars are joining forces for a new romantic comedy called "Second act" in which Jennifer Lopez reinvents herself and shows Madison avenue street smarrs are just as valuable as a college degree and remini plays her sidekick, best friend and co-worker who just happens to have a little attitude. No typecasting there. The news comes at the same time we found this morning that J. Lo is listing her New York City apartment, a sneak peek, wow have, 15 rooms in the flat iron district of New York City on the market for just a wee $27 million. Whoa. Which leads me to believe that Jenny comes from a very nice block. Well played, Lara. That was good. A beautiful place. Wow, wow. And finally it's that time of year, it's the great pumpkin, Charlie brown. Joel Holland from Washington state must have quite a green thumb. Whoa. He grew that. He grew that pumpkin which weighs more than 2300 pounds, the heaviest pumpkin ever grown in the U.S. Second heaviest ever in the world. The prized pumpkin earned him $16,000 in price money at a competition in California. He transported it there if you're wondering, I called it a gargantuan gourd in a truck using a forklift to move it and won the contest seven times before this but never has scored so big. So, congratulations to you it got us in the Halloween mood which I don't know if you know but you are starting to get ready for a big Halloween dress-up thing. Got a date after the show. We have a date after the show. Get ready for that in a couple of weeks. And that's "Pop news."
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