Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet spoke to ‘Vanity Fair’ and spoke about the effects of the coronavirus epidemic that spread the world. She also said her own opinion on an interesting statistic about one of the movies that she played in the past.
The United States is one of the countries most affected by the virus that spread from Wuhan, China, to the world. Although it is desired to raise awareness about health, the spread couldn’t be stopped. Winslet, one of the celebrities who spent the quarantine process at home, talked about what she did during these difficult times. She said:
“The focus more than anything has been getting the kids safely back at school. I’m trundling along with life. Obviously, we’re not just like everyone else because we live in a nice house, and we’re comfortable. We’re just so lucky and don’t have anything to fucking complain about ever, frankly. We’re just trying to make the best of an extraordinary fucking global disaster. It’s just horrendous, isn’t it?”
Also, people flocked to online movie platforms like Netflix during their isolation. Especially the subject of epidemic, disease, and zombie movies have been watched more by people recently. One of these films is ‘Contagion’, starring Kate Winslet, released in 2011. During the pandemic period, the movie broke a record among the most-watched movies on Netflix.
When asked what Winslet thought of her movie’s extraordinary stream, the beautiful actress questioned why people were so interested in her movie. She said it was a movie that would not be watched during the epidemic.
Here’s what Kate Winslet stated:
“Yeah, and I was like, ‘What are they all fucking doing? It’s a scary film. Stop watching that.'”
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