According to the article below, yes. I can't say I'm terribly pleased. Gwyneth Paltrow always looks like she just drank sour milk with the faces she makes. She has a jaw worthy of a horse bit, too. Too bad Louis Malle died. Uma Thurman would have been so perfect. The taste of Helen Jones she gave us as Poison Ivy in that otherwise forgettable Batman film left me wanting more.
Gwyneth Paltrow Talks Pre And Post 'Iron Man'
By Mitch Marconi
Feb 5, 2007
Gwyneth Paltrow hasn't been in a movie lead since she shot Proof three years ago. Paltrow says she's going back to work - and thinks it will make her a better mom, reports Jeannette Walls of The Scoop.
The "Shakespeare in Love" actress is Married to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and she's been busy caring for their kids, two-year-old Apple and 10-month-old Moses.
However, she has now decided that spending more time in front of the camera will make her a better mom.
Jeannette has more: '"I hadn't worked in a long time. I was really committed to being home. Then I finally agreed to do this movie 'Iron Man' [a comic-book adaptation with Robert Downey Jr.]. I reached a place where I thought, 'It's okay that I have a passion for something besides my family,'" Paltrow tells Entertainment Weekly. "I love making films. If I do one thing that makes me fulfilled, then I'm a more interesting woman for my children."
But she says, she's not interesting to tabloids. "You want to be an actor. You don't want to be in whatever tabloid. To me, those worlds seem mutually exclusive," she told the mag. "And I fully understand that for whatever reason I'm one of those people where there's an interest, if you will, in my personal life. But I do think people are kind of bored. I've got a couple kids, a husband, I've just been at home."'
As far as what she'll do post Iron Man, Gwyneth tells Entertainment Weekly that she'll definitely take the rest of the summer off to be with her family. And then She would like to do something really character-driven.
Paltrow mentions a Marlene Dietrich story in development at DreamWorks, and would "really love to do that."