Kathleen Turner, currently starring in the stage production of “The Graduate,” is not interested in younger men.
In a recent interview with the Boston Globe, Turner reveals that in her experience, younger men — while pleasing to look at — do not do it for her relationship-wise.
“I shouldn’t make blanket generalizations, but I will,” she recently told the Boston Globe. “I can appreciate a nicely formed bod as much as anyone. But men, until about the age of 29, lack conversation.”
The fact that Turner,47, is 11 years older than Anne Bancroft was when she played the character of Mrs. Robinson does not bother her at all.
“Hollywood tells us women past a certain age can’t be alluring,” she says. “Well, to hell with them. We are.”