I thought it was quite moving when she spoke about her mother.
was kind of cold:
Cameron has been married five times to the following spouses: Sharon Williams (1978–1984), Gale Anne Hurd (1985–1989), director Kathryn Bigelow (1989–1991), Linda Hamilton (1997–1999, daughter Josephine born in 1993), and Suzy Amis (2000-present). Cameron dated Hamilton since 1991, but the two didn't marry until 1997. Eight months after the marriage, however, they separated, and within days of Cameron's Oscar victory with Titanic, the couple announced their divorce. As part of the divorce settlement, Cameron was ordered to pay Hamilton $50 million. Hamilton later revealed that the reason for their divorce was not only Cameron's blind devotion to his work to the exclusion of almost everything else, but also that he had been having an affair with Suzy Amis, an actress he cast in Titanic. He married Amis in 2000, and they have one son and two daughters. Cameron lives in Malibu, California, with his wife.
I like Jodi ALLOT. I have seen almost ALL her movies that were in the montage … but living outside of L.A. and listening to comments last night after the GG's and again now a.m. radio shows, I am not in the minority thinking her speech was very odd. Most are stating she was rambling. And why did she even have to mention Honey Boo Boo … ugh.
Had I known her Mom was struggling with dementia I might have better understood her words to her Mom but being very private and that is her RIGHT, I am guessing many of the viewing audience did not understand what she was saying.
If she is INDEED retiring as that is what the media is saying she stated in last night's speech, I am disappointed because I have always loved her work.
Shoepie, about Jodie Foster, I think the reason she emphasized her 47 year career is that she is still rather young to be receiving a lifetime achievement award. Most of the people who get them are in their 70s or older. There are other exceptions to that, but I think Jodie was aware of the age thing and addressed it. Regarding her comments on privacy - actually there are people who have cared about that. She has been criticized by some who think she's not supportive of the gay community by having never done a big formal "Yes I'm gay" announcement. They think it implies she's ashamed of her sexuality. So I think that she was addressing those criticisms, pointing out that she's always kept all aspects of her private life private, so why should her sexuality be any different?
I read that Homeland beat out Breaking Bad. So pathetic. What's wrong with those people? It has to be political. There is no comparison in those shows.