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“I’m getting lazy…I like time off”

Barbra Streisand has hinted that she will never make another movie in a candid new interview.

The 81-year-old Hollywood legend, who won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in Funny Girl in 1969, told People she was looking forward to a quieter period in her illustrious career after starring in 19 films .

She said: “(I’m) a bit overwhelmed. Just the requirement of having to talk about what I’ve been doing for over 10 years. I’m a little tired of myself, to tell you the truth.

“I mean, it was 2009 when I was fighting for the right to play Gypsy. In other words, it becomes exhausting trying to find the structure of the film and making sure that doesn’t happen.

“If I could have made my films, I would never have written a book. I had so many good films to make, that is to say they talked about things that were close to my heart, very interesting subjects that… Why have I only made 19 films in my life? I had a lot of films I wanted to make, and then I get lazy. I say, “Oh yeah, to do this one I have to have all these period clothing fittings.”

Barbra Streisand Hinted She’ll Never Make Another Movie In Candid New Interview
The star is seen with Robert Redford in the iconic 1973 film The Way We Were.

“This one, I would have to live in Arkansas to do this one.” I don’t know. It’s complicated, but I’m complicated, I guess…I’m getting lazy. Bette Davis has made 80 films. I did 19. She’s a wonderful actress and she loved working. I like vacations.

The star last appeared in a film – The Guilt Trip – in 2012.

The star, who recently published her memoir, said she thought completing the tome after 10 years would give her some free time with husband James Brolin – but she soon realized she would have to promote the book .

She was also married to The Long Goodbye star Elliott Gould from 1963 until their divorce in 1971, and she later married her current husband, James Brolin, in 1998.

Barbra also revealed why she never had a nose job – after receiving cruel comments about her appearance early in her entertainment career.

The iconic actress compared her appearance to “a friendly anteater, a sour persimmon, a furious hamster”, and said she feared nose surgery would damage her famous voice.

In an excerpt obtained by People, she recounts how she was pressured to have surgery and “get her teeth fixed”: “I thought: Isn’t my talent enough? A nose job would be painful and expensive. Besides, how could I trust someone to do exactly what I wanted and nothing more?

The star said she ‘always loved’ the little bump on her nose and wrote ‘surgery’It was too risky. And who knew what that might do to my voice? One day a doctor told me I had a deviated septum…maybe that’s why I talk like that.

The star insisted her memoir marked the end of her career
The star last appeared in a film – The Guilt Trip – in 2012 (pictured with Seth Rogen)
The 81-year-old Hollywood legend won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Funny Girl in 1969.

“Plus, I liked long noses… Italian actress Silvana Mangano had one, and everyone seemed to think she was beautiful.”

The star also criticized a 1964 Time magazine cover story in which the writer called her a nose, a “sanctuary”, which gave her face “the essence of a dog” – writing that she East “I’m still hurt by the insults and can’t believe the praise.

“I guess when you become famous, you become public property. You are an object to be examined, photographed, analyzed, dissected… and half the time I don’t recognize the person it represents. I never got used to it and try to avoid reading anything about myself.

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