Gwyneth Paltrow Has One Scene in Her Career She Can Still Watch: Margot Tenenbaum and the Bus

Gwyneth Paltrow Has One Scene in Her Career She Can Still Watch: Margot Tenenbaum and the Bus
Gwyneth Paltrow does not like watching her own performances, but she does love watching Margot Tenenbaum walk off a green-and-white bus in slow motion as Nico’s “These Days” plays. It’s one of the most famous moments in Wes Anderson’s “The Royal Tenenbaums” and filming it holds a place close to Paltrow’s heart. The actress joined her “Tenenbaums” director Anderson and co-stars Alec Baldwin, Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, and Anjelica Huston this week at the Tribeca Festival to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film. The conversation led to Paltrow admitting Margot’s bus exit is perhaps the only scene in her career that she can stand to watch.

“My dad was there, and it was this very special day,” Paltrow said (via Entertainment Weekly). “I really hate, hate seeing myself in a movie ever. That’s kind of like the only scene that I can watch of myself,
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