"Julia Child was disgruntled because she felt this person was not being serious about cuisine. I think she was offended by the language. She''s a lady of a certain age and certain time where you can''t say f**k, f**k, f**k, all the time, and she was not used to it and I think it upset her," Fox News quoted her as saying.
The 60-year-old star also revealed that was almost shunned from her hit role in 1995"s "Bridges of Madison County" because she was 45-years-old at the time. "There was a big fight with the studio because they said I was too old and my co-star, Clint (Eastwood), was 65, which I thought was really old," said Streep.