Anjelica Huston Wants People Hurt by Her Vulture Interview to Come Back at Her

When speaking to Andy Cohen on his SiriusXM radio show about her scathing comments, the 'John Wick: Chapter 3' actor states that she didn't feel like she was saying anything wildly out of place.

AceShowbiz - Anjelica Huston has urged those she took aim at in her recent Vulture interview to "come back at me" if she hurt their feelings.

The 67-year-old actress stirred controversy last week, ends May 05, with her candid interview, in which she made pointed remarks about the kinds of films she has no interest in - such as an "old-lady cheerleader movie".

While Anjelica didn't name any films specifically, the plot of upcoming movie "Poms", starring Jacki Weaver, Diane Keaton, and Rhea Perlman, follows a group of older women who form a cheerleading squad at their retirement community.

Anjelica also took aim at Robert De Niro and Oprah Winfrey with several barbed comments elsewhere in the interview.

But "The Addams Family" star is hoping that anyone who took offence to her remarks will respond with cutting comments of their own.

"I hope I didn't hurt anyone's feelings. And if I did, I hope they come back at me," she said during a chat on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM radio show "Radio Andy" on Wednesday. "I can't say that I felt I was saying anything wildly out of place, because most of the things are in my books anyway."

Jacki was the first to respond to Anjelica's Vulture interview, calling the actress "mean and petty" for criticising "Poms".

"I just laughed. And then I said, 'Well, she can go f**k herself'. I was kind of disappointed," she told Vanity Fair about her reaction to the interview.

"I had always been an admirer of Anjelica. And I thought, 'That's a bit mean and petty.' I would say she must be going through menopause, but she must have had that ages ago."

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