The Oscar-winning star of The Shawshank Redemption and Mystic River said that the collpase of a film project made him appreciate how little time he had left and made him think about what he wanted to achieve before he died.Indiana Jones star Harrison Ford was widely considered to be experiencing a similar crisis when, following his 60th birthday eight years ago, he divorced his wife of more than 20 years, started wearing an earring, visiting nightclubs and dating younger actress Calista Flockhart.Susan Sarandon gives an interview to UK's Telegraph about her split from Tim Robbins, her new tattoos (see photos here), her role in Wall Street 2 and her new interest in ping-pong.Susan's ping-pong club business partner, Jonathan Bricklin, recently told New York magazine that they are not dating but "spend a lot of time together." Here are some excerpts, read the whole thing here.And there are so many kids these days who are questioning, gay or transgender, who have a very tough time and it could be very dangerous for them.Sarandon has been crusading in recent months to remove Andrew Jackson from the bill, and has yet to publicly comment on the Obama administration’s Wednesday announcement that the U. Treasury will place a yet-to-be named woman on the bill, in lieu of Alexander Hamilton, starting in the year 2020.Interviewed on Radio 4's Desert island Discs, Robbins said his midlife crisis happened during the "insanity" which followed the collapse of his film project."I asked myself the question, "What is it that will make you happy?
Sarandon, who has revealed she’s inspired by Bruce Jenner’s cosmetic surgeries and hormone treatments, said: As a mother, I know how difficult it is to survive the teenage years intact and the socialization process – if you step out of line, it’s so difficult.Robbins and Sarandon, who is 12 years his senior, separated last year after a 23-year relationship that was considered to be one of Hollywood's most enduring partnerships.The couple never married but have two sons together.On marrying Chris Sarandon (her only husband) at 20: "He was the first person I ever had sex with and my best friend.I married so young but took it very seriously; I never had that kind of free-love 1960s. In fact, throughout my life I've been with so few people; I'm one of those serial monogamists.I thought that if you didn't get married you wouldn't take each other for granted as easily.