Hopper Penn, Son Of Sean Penn And Robin Wright, Continues To Deny The That Nepotism Has Anything To Do With Him
Hopper Penn, perhaps best known for his role in 2018’s Hamilton County Jail, the reality show which earned $25,000 at the bond office, in which he played Sean Penn and Robin Wright’s son waiting to be bailed out on possession charges for weed, shrooms, and amphetamines, recently waded into the murky waters of the nepotism debate and, like a chicken with a thimble full of water, immediately drowned. During an E! News segment he did with his mom, while promoting his latest project, a movie produced by his mom in which his mom plays his mom, Hopper admitted that while “every movie I’ve done has been with a family member,” he doesn’t “think it’s nepotism.” Even though, as he himself admitted, he was “given the opportunity with almost no preparation,” and “it was able to kind of just fall into [his] lap,” as if by magic. But according to Deadline, after giving it a bit more thought, Hopper has come to the conclusion that he said what he said.
Robin Wright Talked About Co-Parenting With Sean Penn And Nepotism In Front Of Her Adult Son Hopper Penn
Let’s say you have two parents. One is a beautiful, glamorous actress who seems like she’s got her shit together, and the other one drinks Ambien and vodka shakes for breakfast and tried to name you Steak after his favorite food. I’d imagine that the latter parent would be the more embarrassing of the two. But for 29-year-old Hopper Penn, spawn of Robin Wright and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenskyy’s most annoying pen pal, Sean Penn, mom is probably the most embarrassing.
The nepo baby wars rage on with some of our favorite babies defending their clan and other annoying celebrities with famous fathers making sense. It’s the greatest philosophical discussion of our time! Nepo baby Hailey Bieber has weighed in the debate with a stunning indictment of the practice, calling it a terrible custom that must be abolished to create a more equitable environment that fosters and celebrates talent from whatever background—just kidding. She wore a shirt with the words “Nepo Baby” on it.
“House Of The Dragon” Co-Showrunner, Miguel Sapochnik, Reportedly Left The Series After HBO Refused To Make His Wife A Producer In Season Two
The Game of Thrones spin-off prequel series, House of the Dragon, was renewed for a second season. But one of the two showrunners, Miguel Sapochnik, is not going to be returning, and while it was first reported to be an amicable split, now there is rumored to be some actual drama, honey. Nobody’s family got killed Red Wedding-style, but shit allegedly got messy after HBO refused to let Miguel’s wife–who already got a job on season 1 of the show thanks to him–a producer credit on the second season. That Nepo Baby article was just the beginning–we need a Nepo Spouse exposé next!
Aside from the recent New Yorker Magazine piece on nepo babies, the only people really mentioning nepo babies are the cranky nepo babies themselves. Lily Allen was the latest to SPEAK OUT about the nepo baby struggle after Gwyneth Paltrow led the charge. But if you still weren’t convinced that nepo babies are the ones actually living the hard-knock life, Kate Moss’ model half-sister Lottie Moss stepped up to remind everyone that if you aren’t rich and famous, you should’ve worked harder-because life isn’t fair.
Nepotism isn’t necessarily a new concept, but it has always been one of those things that people who aren’t nepo babies give much thought to because we’re too busy working hard. And not that we needed any further explanation, we’re now getting an unauthorized stamp of approval from Lily Allen, who is an out and proud nepo baby, and she doesn’t care how you take it. In fact, Lily states that the nepo babies have it harder because of their broken family dynamic. And somewhere in her kitchen, straining minced organic pheasant into a holiday pate’ Gwyneth Paltrow is beaming with pride at Lily’s response.