Grey Poupon wants in on Olivia Wilde’s salad dressing scandal
The Grey Poupon wants in on Olivia Wilde’s salad dressing scandal
Julianne Moore is looking for a way to keep her Grey Poupon from stealing a lot of her lunch money.
The actor, who starred in ‘True Grit’ in 1995 and was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2014, told The Daily Mail she is “extremely upset” about the company’s decision, which is just one of a number of controversies surrounding the company.
“I’m very upset about it because this is a company that I think has done incredibly well in everything. They’ve done extremely well at the fashion business, they’ve done extremely well at the beauty business, and I would have thought they would be more than excited to have this role come along where hopefully they can say, ‘Look at all of us, look how well we’re doing and oh look, we’re in a business where women really do wear the clothes, so we think this is a cool idea.’ Not everyone is cut out to be in business with women.”
“I don’t know what they’re thinking, but I’m not going to buy any products from them. I won’t be buying any products from them in the future. And I know that they’re hoping that they can get a little something out of this, but I won’t be supporting them. It’s going to make me miss them, sadly,” she added.
Moore said she is surprised the controversy came when Olivia Wilde, the actress nominated for an Oscar for her role in ‘The Help’, had already been nominated for the Oscar in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in the film.
“I find it interesting that you can nominate a person for an award when they’ve already won, so I don’t really understand why they’re taking