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A related term in Professional Wrestling is referred to by fans as "pushed to the moon." Basically, when the people backstage take a particular shine to a new wrestler, they're hyped ("pushed" in wrestling slang) and promoted well beyond their current skill set (both wrestling ability and characterization and ability to cut promos, known as "mic work.") Some can catch up and become superstars, others sadly can't.Many examples of actors and directors from all folders can be found in "What the Hell Happened?Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (TV Movie) (performer: "Romeo And Juliet", "Down At The Ol' Five And Dime", "Lonely Pew", "Mary Jane/Mary Lane", "Little Mary Sunshine", "Mary's Death", "Murder", "Tell 'Em The Truth", "Reefer Madness (Reprise)") I'm carded for R-rated movies. When I try to go rent a car or buy an airplane ticket or other stuff adults do, I get "Okaaaaaay, honey." I remember when I was 18, getting crayons in a restaurant.Most of the general public is fascinated by Hugh Hefner; most men envy him and see him as some sort of hero.Shannon Tweed Born: March 9, 1957 Dated Hefner: 1981 to 1983 Occupation: Canadian actress, model Miscellaneous Information: Tweed was Playmate of the Month in November 1981 and was Playmate of the Year in 1982.Carrie Leigh Born: August 25, 1963 Dated Hefner: 1983 to 1987 Occupation: Former model, founder of magazine (2007) Marina Baker Born: December 8, 1967 Dated Hefner: 1987 to 1988 Occupation: Former model and actress; currently a journalist and children’s book author; also a politician in England Miscellaneous Information: Marina was Playmate of the Month in March 1987.Gale Olson Born: October 27, 1947 Dated Hefner: 1966 to 1969 Occupation: Model Miscellaneous Information: She was Playmate of the Month in July 1968.
Also compare it to the "star system" employed by the studios during The Golden Age of Hollywood, which this is effectively a modernized version of.The main exceptions are, of course, young Pretty Boy actors whose main purpose is to make young women squee their way to the theater.For every Leonardo Di Caprio who makes it to the top, there are countless young studs off of The WB or The CW who don't.As the female stars age, Hollywood decides they aren't pretty enough anymore, and casts the new young thing.Male stars, meanwhile, are offered a lot more leeway with their looks, and can even be downright unattractive (and can therefore get known for things besides their bodies), so they are less affected and are generally less replaceable.