November 2008 More Cover
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AGE ISN’T EVERYTHING: On the one hand, having Téa Leoni on the cover of your magazine the week her separation from David Duchovny is confirmed is fortuitous timing. On the other hand, she didn’t exactly dish on it to More, which features her alongside Sharon Stone and Jane Fonda for its 10th-anniversary issue in November. In the article, Leone declined to comment on what was already known at the time — Duchovny’s treatment for sex addiction — or on her marriage at all, but she was frank on other points. “The red carpet makes me feel like a bulls--t artist,” she told the magazine. “I don’t hang with anybody who stalks press.”
Meanwhile, a near-unrecognizable Stone complained she wasn’t getting enough of the red-carpet treatment. Remembering what it was like to turn 40 a decade ago, Stone said: “I couldn’t get a dress — or a job.”
Elsewhere in the issue, 10 notable over-40 women, including Liz Smith and Daisy Fuentes, wear “Own Your Age” T-shirts produced in collaboration with Talbot’s, with a portion of the profits from their sale going to the National Women’s Law Center.