According to A Home at the End of the World‘s tagline (and the book’s premise), “family can be whatever you want it to be.” Robin Wright-Penn, the movie’s co-star, seems less sure about that, talking to Premiere magazine this month: “I’m sure many people have had multiple relationships like this — women with women and men with men. Um, that’s not my bag, baby. I mean, I’ve never really had gay friends, or anything in this forum, in my life.” Seems like the last thing this movie needs is to have one of its cast members turning off the target audiences since a big part of its buzz has already been left on the cutting room floor.
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