With all the negative publicity Gwyneth Paltrow has received during her war with Vanity Fair, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the actress has been urged to do something big and fix her reputation problem.
"There is major pressure on Gwyneth right now to do something big and turn the tide of heavily negative publicity that, coupled with her last underperforming movie Thanks For Sharing, has effectively marred the fact that she will be front-and-center for the year's biggest hit, Iron Man 3," an insider familiar with Paltrow's crisis told Radar.
"She has to fix this problem before she commits to more work. There is a significant image problem at work and Gwyneth doesn't want to have another baby to fix it."
Another baby? The source claims that after Paltrow admitted her heartbreaking miscarriage, she's not interested in having a baby naturally — let alone for the sake of fixing her image.
But Paltrow, 41, has a few other options that could help tip the fanfare in her favor.
"It looks like she will have to undergo either some weight gain for a role that wins her Bridget Jones-style sympathy or perhaps do a play on Broadway or in London that will allow her to reconnect with her core fans," the source said.
"She knows there's a problem, and is focused on fixing it. She's completely lost the public's sympathy with her 'little miss perfect' image."