Gwyneth Paltrow is ready to go out. The Oscar winner detailed what she wants her life to look like when she retires in the future.
“I will literally disappear from public life,” Paltrow, 51, said. hustle In an interview published on Wednesday. “No one will ever see me again.”
Paltrow’s plans are when she sells Goop, her wellness company she founded in 2008. She hopes to step back from her business in “a few more years” to focus on her family.
Paltrow married producer Brad Falchuk in 2018 and is a stepmother to his two children — daughter Isabella, 19, and son Brody, 17. She and her ex-husband Chris Martin are parents to daughter Apple, 19, and son Moses, 17.
“[I love] “Creativity, collaboration, being blown away by new ideas, innovation, forward thinking, strategy, vision, that kind of stuff,” she told the outlet.
According to the New York Times, Goop was worth $250 million in 2018.
Despite her successful on-screen career, the actress has not done many film and television projects in the past decade or so. She most notably last appeared in 2020’s “Avengers: Endgame” alongside longtime co-star Robert Downey Jr. and in Netflix’s “The Politician.”
In fact, Paltrow can barely remember some of her appearances in the Marvel series. In 2019, she completely forgot about her appearance as Pepper Potts in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
“Spider Man?” Paltrow said during an appearance on director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi’s Netflix cooking show. “We weren’t in Spider-Man.”
“Yes we were. I was in Spider-Man,” the “Rudy” star replied.
Last week, Paltrow joked about where she keeps her Oscar, which she won for Best Actress in Shakespeare in Love in 1998.
“My doorstep. It works perfect!” she exclaimed during her 73 Questions segment with Vogue.
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