It can't be because she feels that passionate about milk (like, say, the way Jamie Lee swears by Activia). It certainly wasn't because the material was brilliant (Ellen - Cover Girl/Amex), could be used as a disguised audition (Gwyneth), gives her percentage points (Liz Taylor) or has high glamour quotient (Latifah, Halle, Drew). And - when it comes to bad material - how much money is an offer you can't refuse? Many stars did the "Got Milk?" campaign but that was a pretty smart, kind of artful campaign.%0D %0D And she's not some out-of-work sitcom actress twirling around a tub of fake butter. %0D %0D It's Susan Fucking Sarandon, once A-list movie star, Academy Award winner, and perennial cult legend.%0D %0D It's sad, and I don't mean that in a snide way. There are just certain people that shouldn't have to peddle products with a C-script. If things are bad (and they are, even for the rich and famous), I think I'd rather she sold some of her property or did voiceovers. %0D %0D But hey, I'm sitting home unemployed, avoiding some options because either I'm lazy or they are not convenient for my 50-year-old ass and what's left of its professional life, so who am I to judge, I guess.%0D %0D What do you think? Any other stars who shouldn't have gone by way of humdrum advertising?
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