“Dorothy Parker once said something along the lines of, ‘I don’t care what’s written about me so long as it isn’t true.’ It’s safe making.” It’s a savvy tactic for someone who spent this past winter showering reporters with seemingly earnest proclamations about her romantic tendencies in the service of promoting , a chick flick in which she played Gigi, a lovelorn girl tragically oblivious to courting clues.
On red carpets and at parties, she clutched her costar in the film, Justin Long, with such affection that the tabloids reported the two were an item.
It’s a testament to her acting chops that her very substance comes as a surprise—one can’t help expecting Goodwin to exude a personality akin to that of Margene, her character on HBO’s acclaimed drama . (Of rumors about their romantic entanglement, he says, “My mother read that and was like, ‘Oh, tell me this is true! “I’m just happy she found a talent,” the actress says.
The third and youngest of three wives in a polygamous Utah family, Margene is plucky and immature, and Goodwin says people constantly assume she’s the same way in real life. “Until that moment, I wasn’t sure Margene could be effectual at anything.” Even if Goodwin occasionally finds playing such an immature character tedious, her job satisfaction, she insists, is off the charts, and not just because the series has elevated her star.
Big was romantic, then I really don’t understand the opposite sex), meet the ladies of “He’s Just Not That Into You.” While Bradshaw showed at least some signs of independence in “SATC” (she is a single woman living in New York City after all), the unapologetically weak women of “HJNTIY,” led by the likeable Ginnifer Goodwin (“Walk the Line”), are so unbelievably hopeless, you can’t help to not feel one ounce of sympathy for any of them who might end up alone for the rest of their lives.
It may not be a great morale for those who chose to soak it up like scripture, but, hey, at least its got a cute cast, right?
Ginnifer Goodwin wears Versace’s leather jacket; Kiki de Montparnasse’s silk bra; Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière’s viscose jersey briefs with attached leather belt. PLUS: Click here to get Ginnifer's take on going vegan.
I have no doubt that I’ll be friends with Jeanne and Chloë forever.
We are people who want to stand beside each other in life.” “Ginnifer is giggly and has energy in spades, but she also has this really deep intelligence,” says Sevigny.She has formed tight friendships with the actresses who costar as her sister wives, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Chloë Sevigny; the three women often drive home caravan-style from the set in Santa Clarita, 30 miles north of Los Angeles, talking on the phone to make sure no one falls asleep at the wheel.