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I sometimes wish I was less reasonable so I could know that craziness and that complete dementedness that people are somehow allowed. " laughs Midler who, after a two-year absence, returns to the screen, not in person, but voicing an evil pussy in family film Cats & Dogs: the Revenge of Kitty Galore. And I know that's true – I know there are a lot of people out there with no conscience, but I'm not exactly sure why?I think sometimes that would make things better – maybe that would make my work better – if I were crazier. "It's ironic that I voice this wicked cat, Kitty Galore, because, in real life, I'm such a dog person," she purrs. Nobody knows why people turn out to be the way they are." Cats & Dogs may be children's fare but Midler shows no signs of going soft, having taken a couple of years off for a two-year engagement in Las Vegas, reportedly paid m per year for her 200 performances of Bette Midler: the Showgirl Must Go On. But I think it's an interesting big world." If Midler appears as irrepressible as ever, she says, "I'm a little bit sour but I don't seek world domination any more.
I was on the treadmill every day like it was Groundhog Day. I ate the same thing every day – oatmeal for breakfast and soup for lunch and then a salad or a piece of chicken after the show." One of the few 50-plus actresses still hired in Hollywood, Midler isn't alone on blaming the dearth of work on Meryl Streep. A sociology graduate, Sophie von Haselberg – using her father's name rather than trading on her mother's celebrity – worked for an advertising agency in Beijing before recently joining the Williamstown Playhouse in Massachusetts. People don't want to sit in a cubicle in front of a computer all their lives. "So I have my fingers crossed and hope that everything works out. I think that if you want it and you need it, you should go for it.
"It can be so much fun putting on all these characters and playing all these games. It's all about hard work, talent and a lot of luck. "Sophie hasn't really asked for my advice but, if she did, I'd tell her not to believe anything you read about yourself. I made the mistake very early on of reading my press and it made me very sick for a long time so I never read it anymore.
My husband says she really sings well but she doesn't sing for me. If you read the good you have to read the bad and if you read the bad you won't survive because you'll get sick from it because it's meant to injure and hurt and destroy.
And it's cruel and un-survivable and I know people who follow all that crap and follow what people say about them on the internet and they get so ill and so frantic from it, trying to do something about it. I do the facials; I do the pilates and I do the yoga.
The Seyfried syndrome" is how one LA producer describes the increasing trend for young Hollywood stars to mix making big blockbusters with appearing in low-budget indie films. We pack up the car and go to the country or we get on a plane and go to Paris and do things just to get away from the phones.