Hollywood has a whole bunch of fun and interesting euphemisms for criticizing actresses for things out of their control, and Olivia Wilde recently learned a new one.
"The funniest thing I heard recently was I had heard for a part that I was too sophisticated," she tells Howard Stern. "And I was like, Oh, that sounds nice. I like that feedback. I didn’t get the part, but I’m a very sophisticated person. And then I found out later that they actually said 'old.' I want to make a translation sheet for Hollywood that’s all the feedback your agents give you and what it really means."
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That film she was too old for, by the way? "Wolf of Wall Street," for a role that went to Margo Robbie because the then-28 Wilde was too old. But on the bright side, at least she got on Martin Scorcese's radar: "I did not [have to audition for 'Vinyl'] because I had auditioned unsuccessfully for 'Wolf of Wall Street.'"