In this previous Sunday’s magazine, Carina Chocano wrote a Riff column around why woguys waste their youth worrying around their age. If TV is any kind of indication, we have reason to worry — we all but disshow up as soon as we reach age 40. Seventy-one percent of women on TV are in their teenagers, 20s and 30s, according to Martha M. Lauzen, the executive director of the Center for the Study of Woguys in Television and Film at San Diego State University, who appears in Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s documentary, “Miss Representation.” Relying so heavily on under-40 female leads deserve to mess with women’s heads and develop some pretty mismatched on-display screen coupling.
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Here’s a roundup of some noteworthy May-December relationships:
The serial offenders: Ricdifficult Gere was 22 years older than his co-star Winona Ryder in “Autumn in New York” (2000) and 18 years older than Julia Roberts, his co-star in Pretty Woguy (1990). In “Unfaithful,” he was 16 years older than his wife, played by Diane Lane. And Nicolas Cage is 18 years older than Jessica Biel, his co-star in “Next off,” and he’s 10 years older than Eva Mendes, his love interemainder in “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.”
The thousand-year gap: In “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, Arwen (Liv Tyler) is thousands of years older than her love, Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen). In reality, he’s 19 years older than she is. Not fairly as too much a version: In the “Twilight” series, Edward Cullen is trapped in his 17-year-old body (ostensibly the exact same age as Bella Swan) when they fulfill, although he’s intended to be even more than 100 years old. In reality, Robert Pattinkid is 26, and also Kristen Stewart is 22.
Seeing double: In the 1995 “Sabrina” remake, Harrison Ford (Linus Larrabee) is 23 years older than Julia Ormond (Sabrina Fairchild). In the 1954 original, Humphrey Bogart was also older than his co-star Audrey Hepburn — by 30 years.
The global effect: Bill Murray is 34 years older than his equivalent in 2003’s “Lost in Translation,” Scarlett Johansson. The hot-musician effect: In the existing seakid of “Gossip Girl,” Ivy Dickens (Kaylee DeFer) is currently dating Rufus Humphreys (Matthew Settle). He’s 43, and she’s 26.
The friend couple: Lucille Ball (Lucy) and Vivian Vance (Ethel). Ethel was depicted as a lot older than Lucy on the present, yet in real life Vivian Vance was just 2 years older than Lucille Ball.
Life mimics art: Humphrey Bogart was 25 years older than Lauren Baspeak to, his real-life love and co-star in “To Have and Have Not.”
Sally Field is just 10 years older than Tom Hanks, her kid in “Forrest Gump.”
In “That’s My Boy,” Adam Sandler is Andy Samberg’s father — and they’re 12 years apart.
Mary Steenburgen in “Tip Brothers” is just 14 years older than Will Ferrell, who plays her child.
In “Riding in Cars With Boys,” Drew Barrymore plays Adam Garcia’s mother, even though she’s two years younger than he is.
Crispin Glover was Michael J. Fox’s father in “Back to the Future,” also though he’s 3 years younger than Fox.
In “In Time,” Oliby means of Wilde is Justin Timberlake’s mother, and also he’s three years older than she is.
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On “Golden Girls,” Estelle Getty (Sophia) was really a year younger than Bea Arthur, who played her daughter Dorothy on the show.