Stevie Nicks: Reese Witherspoon is Too Old to Play Me
Stevie Nicks may be a legend when it comes to her music, but her tact leaves something to be desired — just ask Reese Witherspoon.
The Fleetwood Mac front woman, whose boyfriend-swapping, butterfly sleeve-wearing exploits led to some great music, like Rumours, and some nasty fights, may eventually have her exploits turned into a biopic — but not with any old actress like Reese in the lead.
"I've already told her she's almost too old,” Stevie told ET Canada of Reese, who is 27 years her junior, helming the role.
"I love her,” Stevie clarified about Reese, who took home home Oscar gold for playing June Carter Cash in Walk the Line. "But she's like, 'I could play your mother.' I'm like, 'Okay.'"
More age-appropriate, if less generally appropriate choices to play the “Edge of Seventeen” singer include Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Duff, both of whom have been rumored to be up for the part.
However, Stevie made one thing clear to Us Weekly: “Nobody is making a movie about my life. When there is a movie about my life being made, everybody will know. And it will be serious. Everybody thinks they are making a movie about my life but it's not true.”