Francis McDormand‘S career is as hot as ever, and he is proud of not relying on the media to get to that point.
Talked to two-time Oscar winner, who rarely gives interviews new York Times In a piece published on Monday, February 22, and she explained why she has spent a decade, which usually comes to stardom after spending the usual spotlight actively.
Frances’ breakout Hollywood moment came with 1996 FargoProduced and co-written by her husband Ethan koin. After her role as Marge Gunderson in the dark comedic crime flick earned the artist her first Academy Award, she hired a publicist and instructed her to reject almost all media opportunities that would come her way.
“I made a very conscious effort not to press and promote for 10 years what other people would think would be a very dangerous moment in the career of a female actor, but it paid off exactly for the reasons I wanted . ” 63-year-old actress. “It gave me back a secret of who I was, and then the roles I played, I could take the audience to a place where someone who sold watches or perfumes and couldn’t sell magazines.”