Julia had a 'methodical' career plan

London: Julia Roberts says social media has "destabilised" the way a new actor would go about planning their career in films.

The actor said 30 years ago, one would get a chance to do another film, only if their earlier work was successful, unlike today.

"Things have changed a lot. When I started out, there was no social media, there was barely internet. There were logical steps in a career progression: you made a film and if it was successful, you had the opportunity to work again. Building a career was a much more methodical endeavour 30 years ago," Roberts told Britain's Marie Claire magazine.

The Oscar winner, who was most recently seen in feature Ben is Back said that today she plans her professional chores in a manner that matches the schedules of her cinematographer husband Daniel Moder and her


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