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Kate Winslet Says Her Family ‘Loves’ Her Movie ‘Eternal Sunshine’

Kate Winslet Says Her Family ‘Loves’ Her Movie ‘Eternal Sunshine’

Kate Winslet Says Her Family ‘Loves’ Her Movie ‘Eternal Sunshine’

‘You don’t have to Be scared’ Kate Winslet tells Interviewer

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  • Winslet claims she was thrilled to play Na’Vi leader Ronal in Avatar. “
  • “Mia and Joe love ESoS. Love the film and soundtrack “saying, “I often hear Beck blaring from a bedroom. “
  • That’s Eternal Sunshine,” I’ll say.
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Kate Winslet will show her kids her work if they ask.

Winslet, 47, who has boys Bear, 9, and Joe, 19, and daughter Mia, 22, tells that in this week’s issue that her older kids’ favorite film is a 2004 critical darling.

“Mia and Joe love ESoS. Love the film and soundtrack “saying, “I often hear Beck blaring from a bedroom. “That’s Eternal Sunshine,” I’ll say. Amazing.”

“This generation latches onto certain dialogue lines. My kids’ friends quote me. Who said that? I say “No.” who said? “You did, Mom, as Clementine in Eternal Sunshine!” OMG, that line! So they’re sticking to pleasant, surprising things.”

Winslet was nominated for Best Actress in Eternal Sunshine, which also starred Jim Carrey.

The Oscar winner claims her children helped her decide to join Avatar: The Way of Water, which reunites her with Titanic director James Cameron.

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Winslet claims she was thrilled to play Na’Vi leader Ronal in Avatar. “He called and described the job, and I thought, “Wow!” My kids said, ‘Oh my God, Mom, do it!’ “Obvious,” I said. “They’ll send the script,” I said. No, they said. Do it!'”

The Emmy-winning actress says her life and work are doing well.

“I’m glad for the periods in my career when I was able to use my voice wisely and set myself free from past commitments that didn’t sit well,” she says. I feel anchored, sturdy, and solid at this period in my life.

“Clearheaded. I’m thankful “Continuing, “I’m enthusiastic for a younger generation of performers because they’re doing a lot of the things I’ve always talked about, such as body image, expressing one’s voice, and women standing in their authority. They know how to speak up for themselves and each other, to say, “I’m not sure” or “Maybe we could try this instead?””

Winslet: “I had fantastic role models, but no one constantly looked out for me.” “Now, we look out for younger actors, and I tell them, “You can do this.” Any white noise in your thoughts saying, “You shouldn’t be here, you don’t have the right, and someone better will come,” ignore it. As an older actor who can offer the wisdom he’s gained, I’m relishing this time because I believe I’ve earned it.”

Winslet enjoys family time and being outside when she’s not working.

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“After Mare, I took 16 months off. It was fantastic to pick when I can shut off so I don’t lose out on life or critical moments with my younger child. My elder two are older now, and I’ve been the parent I’ve always wanted to be with them.”

“Otherwise, just enjoying the outdoors,” she says. “It’s soul-nourishing. Being with family and outside is a privilege. We must enjoy life while we can.”

Friday brings Avatar: The Way of Water.

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