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The problem is the public doesn’t like her and when they find out her beliefs, they like her less.

With the full participation of tabloids anxious for her money, this back in the day A/A- list actress who has also tried reality and a bunch of shady sales things that looked a whole lot like Ponzi schemes, is being given a fresh new image. The problem is the public doesn't like her and when they find out her beliefs, they like her less.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

With the full participation of tabloids anxious for her money, this back in the day A/A- list actress who has also tried reality and a bunch of shady sales things that looked a whole lot like Ponzi schemes, is being given a fresh new image.

The problem is the public doesn’t like her and when they find out her beliefs, they like her less.

Kirstie Alley

Look Who’s Talking

Scientology

Kirstie Alley Says She and John Travolta ‘Really Want to’ Make Another Look Who’s Talking Movie

Kirstie Alley isn’t saying no to another Look Who’s Talking sequel.

On Wednesday, the actress appeared on The Talk where she was asked by co-host Sheryl Underwood if she and John Travolta would ever do another sequel to their classic 1989 film.

“John and I, we both really want to do it, because we think it’s funny that we’re the grandparents,” Alley, 69, said.

“Our kids will be ugly so that we’ll still be the stars, but the grandkids can be really cute,” she joked. “But we don’t know what’s happening. We heard a rumor they were doing it, but I don’t know if it’s with us or without us.”

Alley added, “So if you want to write cards and letters? Does anyone do that anymore? You can go online!”

The actress and Travolta, 65, made two more sequels: the 1990 Look Who’s Talking Too and 1993’s Look Who’s Talking Now!

A reboot for the film was reported to be underway by Deadline in July 2019 with The Wedding Ringer’s Jeremy Garelick set to write and direct. – Source

The real reason you don’t hear from Kirstie Alley anymore

Back in the 1980s, Kirstie Alley was a newcomer to Hollywood who probably surprised herself with her own success. She left the Midwest to see if she could hack it in Los Angeles, and with no real industry connections or formal training, she managed to break into the entertainment business and land a role in a beloved franchise. She began making a name for herself as Saavik in the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and a few years later, she began playing Rebecca Howe on the hit sitcom Cheers, which became one of the most popular TV series of all time.

Alley was bold, brash, and lively. Sure, she had a tendency of putting her foot in her mouth every once in a while, but she was consistently funny and undeniably talented. It seemed like she had everything going for her, but she’s not exactly riding a career high anymore. She hasn’t appeared in a film since 2015, and she’s gone from winning awards on critically acclaimed shows to being a reality TV contestant. In fact, her most recent “role” was as a celebrity panelist on To Tell the Truth.

Kirstie Alley has money on her mind
Her sitcom was axed
Scream Queens didn’t survive
Kirstie Alley is getting no love from critics
Kirstie Alley has been picking public fights
She has controversial political views
Kirstie Alley is putting family first
She’s cutting friendly ties
Kirstie Alley is no fan of #MeToo
She’s been rejected from roles
She’s not the best at the box office – Source