Gwyneth Paltrow no longer considers acting a priority as she devotes most of her time to her lifestyle brand. The actress has become selective when it comes to choosing film roles since she decided to focus on her work with Goop, the company she launched in 2008, and accepting the Vision Award at the Sun Valley Film Festival in Idaho recently, the Oscar winner revealed she has taken on fewer film projects because she has to be in the office every day.
The Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow is making less and less big and little screen appearances.
She is too busy working on her wellness and lifestyle magazine Goop, and spending time with her fiancée Brad Falchuk.
Paltrow's last big movie role was in David Koepp's action/comedy Mortdecai (2015), alongside Johnny Depp and Ewan McGregor.
She appeared in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) as well known Iron Man's love interest Pepper Potts, and she will reprise her role in at least two upcoming Marvel's films Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Untitled Avengers Movie (2019).
Also, Paltrow will be back on little screens, if she accept the offered role in the upcoming series The Politician, a comedy centering on a wealthy young man from Santa Barbara with political aspirations.
Her co-star should be Ben Platt and Barbra Streisand.