Who is susan sarandon dating 2016
There have been a couple of famous, pretty interesting ones. But I’m pretty much a nester and tend to be monogamous.
In her new film “The Meddler,” Susan Sarandon plays a mother whose world revolves around her daughter.
Interviews with Sarandon are always fun, too, because she doesn’t regurgitate those same, awful canned answers. Timothy Leary was a friend of mine, so that acid was nice and pure, but I’m not really looking for chemicals, and I don’t like to feel speedy.
You know: “I just loved the script…” “It was a joy every day being on set,” yada yada. In the film, directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash West, she plays Florence Aadland, the kooky stage mother to Beverly (Dakota Fanning)—a 15-year-old who enters into a torrid love affair with 48-year-old film icon Errol Flynn, played by Kevin Kline. But I’ve done Ayahuasca and I’ve done mushrooms and things like that.
I think it would make for a much more gentle world. If I was driving and munching on a brownie I’d stand a really good chance of putting my car into a ravine. And the money spent to incarcerate people, the money spent on the drug war, and the fact that cartels are running wild, it’s crazy. Ridley Scott’s always been great at creating badass women with agency on film.Often, the actress says, they’re the ones meddling in her affairs.Especially since she split from Tim Robbins, her partner of 20 years, in 2009.It’s based on the true story of Flynn’s final days. But I like those drugs in the outdoors—I’m not a city-tripper.I heard you went to Burning Man last year, but sadly couldn’t make it this year. I can’t go this year because my daughter’s having a baby around that time, so I don’t think I’d feel very free to indulge if I was waiting for a message to see if she’s gone into labor. You’ll find fantastical stuff like four-story women, and when the light comes up, a half-naked woman with a parasol. My attitude about marijuana or anything is, “Don’t be stoned if you have to pretend you’re not,” so I’d never do drugs if I was taking care of my kids.