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Renée Zellweger is her parents ’ American dream . In a new interview for Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood issue, the I ’ m the American dream ,” Zellweger , who just picked up another Oscar nomination “She was living in an occupied country and there were bullets falling from the sky and you had to run
Renée Zellweger is her parents ’ American dream . In a new interview for Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood issue, the Oscar-winning actress, 50, spoke about being the child of immigrant parents , and commented on the country’s current “ strange ” climate surrounding immigration .
is her parents’ American dream.
In a new interview for Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood issue, the Oscar-winning actress, 50, spoke about being the child of immigrant parents, and commented on the country’s current “strange” climate surrounding immigration.
“American dream. I’m the American dream,” Zellweger,, admitted to the outlet. Her father immigrated from Switzerland while her mother is from Norway.
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People.com. Movies. Renée Zellweger Talks Having Immigrant Parents and the ‘ Strange Time ’ Renée Zellweger is her parents ’ American dream . In a new interview for Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood I ’ m the American dream ,” Zellweger , who just picked up another Oscar nomination, admitted to the
Renée Zellweger is living the American dream .On Monday, the Judy star, 50, was nominated for an " I ’ m the American dream ," said the actress, who was born to a Swiss father and a Norwegian It’s a very strange time . There’s a lot of fear, and then uncertainty. I wonder where that comes from.
“It’s definitely interesting today. It’s a very strange time. There’s a lot of fear, and then uncertainty. I wonder where that comes from,” she reflected. “I know that things we consider to be fundamental, in terms of feeling secure, and how we define ourselves in our lives and lifestyles are shifting quickly. I get it. And technology has just amplified that.”
However, when asked if she has hope for a better future, the star responded, “Yes. Yes, absolutely, because great things come out of adversity.”
The Texas native also previously spoke to PEOPLE about her mother’s difficult childhood, growing up in Norway during WWII.
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Renée Zellweger is living the American dream ! The Oscar-winning actress, who just picked up another Academy Award nom for her portrayal of Judy Garland in the flick “Judy,” got candid about what it means to be the child of immigrants parents in a new interview with Vanity Fair.
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“She was a tiny girl in World War II,” Zellweger told PEOPLE last week at the National Board of Review Awards in New York City. “There’s a World War II museum in New Orleans, it’s an extraordinary experience. We walked it all and we were looking in the glass cases and my mom’s like, ‘Oh,’ and she pointed at a series of hand grenades. There were a bunch of hand grenades in the case and she said, ‘We used to play with those ones. Not those ones, not those ones, but those ones. We used to play with those!’“
“She was living in an occupied country and there were bullets falling from the sky and you had to run inside because that was part of your day. And you’d find one every now and then,” Zellweger continued. “It was a real treat apparently. ‘Don’t pull the pin! You better run!’ And when you think about that being your reality as a child, can you imagine the value system that you establish? And my brother and I have been the beneficiaries of that. She’s cool.”
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Renée Kathleen Zellweger (/rəˈneɪ ˈzɛlwɛɡər/; born April 25, 1969) is an American actress and producer. She is the recipient of numerous accolades
Renée Zellweger : Actually, acting was the fork. I didn’t mean this at all. This was a big mistake. They were electric. At least I ’ m of that generation….I think I might’ve been one of the last generations of people who had that opportunity because now you start typing in kindergarten with the computer keys.
During her interview with Vanity Fair, the Judy star,, also opened up about her close relationship with her brother Drew. Calling him her “best friend,” the actress recalled the time when he helped her get through her first public breakup.
“He also helps me keep perspective, like with my very first big public breakup,” she said. “And it was really difficult, and my first time to really be splashed all over the tabloids in a way that…it’s an adjustment.”
Drew “picked up all the tabloids that were at the checkout center at the supermarket,” she continued. “He had come out to visit me because he’s like, ‘I’m coming up there. If we talk about this one more time, I’m going to literally come kick you in the backside.’”
“So he picked up all the tabloids, and we were riding in the car home, and his shoulders were shaking, and I thought, ‘Oh gosh, he’s crying, too.’ And I look over. He’s laughing so hard. He’s laughing! He thought it was the best thing in the world!” Zellweger revealed.
Jennifer Lopez Says Super Bowl Performance Is Happening During a ‘Perfect Moment’ in Her Life
Super Bowl LIV: Jennifer Lopez Says Halftime Show Is During ‘Perfect Moment in My Life'In a new interview with Vanity Fair as part of the 26th Annual Hollywood Issue, the “On the Floor” singer, 50, told the magazine that her halftime show, set for Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2, could not have come during a more opportune time.
In 1994, Murphy was a superstar who had already had his breakthrough on Saturday Night Live And although people have been justifiably wowed by Zellweger ’s precise and physically detailed Murphy’s influences have always been comic performers. Rudy Ray Moore, the man he plays in
" Renee Zellweger is speaking out in light of the barrage of attention her new look has received after I ' m living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I ' m thrilled that perhaps it shows," the 45-year-old The former "Bridget Jones's Diary" star is no stranger to the world discussing her appearance
After that her brother began reading all of the headlines and comments out loud in a ridiculous voice, and soon enough both siblings were laughing so hard they began to cry.
Zellweger has recently been making headlines for her starring role in the Judy Garland biopic, Judy, which earned her abest actress win earlier this month, as well as an Oscar nomination on Monday morning.
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Renée Zellweger: Back to her incredible physical metamorphosis (PHOTOS)At 50, Renée Zellweger, the star of the musical Chicago broadcast tonight on Arte, is still a prominent actress in Hollywood. But for a few years, the interpreter of Bridget Jones has also spoken for her physical transformation.
Surrounded by Richard Gere and Catherine Zeta Jones, Renee Zellwegger shines brightly in the explosive musical by Rob Marshall, broadcast this evening on Arte. Released in 2002 and crowned with price,Consecration with Bridget Jones revives the cabaret spirit of the years of Prohibition, between glitter, gangsters and pretty deadly swords. The opportunity to return to the physical evolution of the teaser that we will soon find on the big screen, again unrecognizable as Judy Garland, in the biopic dedicated to him, Judy , in theaters next February 26.
Born on April 25, 1969, Renée Zellweger discovers a passion for comedy in high school, while she plays plays with her comrades. In 1994, after having obtained a few small roles and having appeared very briefly inHer astounding metamorphosis in 2014 of , she embodies the main character of alongside another beginner, . But it's her role in that changes everything for the young woman: the film with becomes cult across the Atlantic and puts a huge boost in the career of Renée Zellweger. In 2001, it is She is even named to the Oscar for best actress for her character of "celibattante". In 2004, she won the precious statuette for her second role in . Unfortunately, the actress then goes on flops and her career goes into the background.
In 2014,at the Women In Hollywood Awards party, organized by Elle magazine. Her face then feeds the rumors of cosmetic surgery, which will push the actress to explain herself in the columns of the Huffington Post , two years later, on the occasion of the release of : " I actually decided to change my face and undergo cosmetic surgery on the eyes (…) The fact that serious journalists mentioned it and it became a topic of conversation illustrates the confusion that exists between the information and entertainment, and societal obsession with the physical. " Far from these considerations, Renée Zellweger returns in 2019 in the series, produced by Netflix. And, next year, she will make her comeback to the cinema in Judy , the biopic on the legendary . In the meantime, slideshow.
Renée Zellweger and Catherine Zeta-Jones Share a Sweet ‘Chicago’ Reunion at the 2020 SAG Awards .
The former co-stars took home SAG Awards in 2003 for their roles in the musical adaptation.Zellweger, 50, who took home the SAG Award for her performance as Judy Garland in Judy, shared a laugh with Zeta-Jones, 50, backstage at the show. The pair were also photographed chatting with nominee Jennifer Lopez.