“One thought is this. No one’s ever going to be famous the way she is. That kind of mass-fame phenomenon burning so bright for so long, it’s just not achievable today. She’s like a silent-film star among a generation of TikTok dipshits.”
Anniston took part in an exclusive interview with Allure’s Danielle Pergament and the journalist showed this text to the actress and her reply was quite interesting, to say the least.
She said: “Whoa. Oh, that just gave me chills. I’m a little choked up. I feel like it’s dying. There are no more movie stars. There’s no more glamour. Even the Oscar parties used to be so fun….”
While she may have a point, the fans haven’t taken too lightly to this.
It's true that there has been a massive paradigm shift in the entertainment industry.
The competition hasn’t just risen with streaming services as content creators have taken to YouTube, TikTok, and several other outlets to become famous.
At the end of the day, good entertainment sells in whatever way it gets provided.
And that has allowed many talented people to break through the ranks and become household names.
So in a way, Jennifer Aniston is right in her sentiment that the number of “Ture Movie Stars” has gone down massively.