WeCrashed stars Anne Hathaway as Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, the wife of ousted WeWork CEO Adam Neumann. Here’s where Rebekah is now and what she’s up to.
Warning: the following contains SPOILERS for We crashed.
We crashed tells the story of WeWork’s stellar rise and fall, but here’s what happened to Anne Hathaway’s Rebekah Paltrow Neumann in real life and where she is now. Along with Rebekah, the show also centers on Jared Leto’s Adam Neumann. After Adam was infamously ousted as CEO of WeWork in 2019 over dodgy deals, he received $1.7 billion from shareholder SoftBank, and the couple briefly moved to Tel Aviv, Israel, apparently in order to avoid any “negative energy” of the collapse of the company. However, in 2020, Adam and Rebekah relocated to a nearby New York estate of Rebekah’s cousin, Gwyneth Paltrow, in the star-spangled village of Amagansett in the Hamptons. Since then, Adam has regained his status as a billionaire entrepreneur. While Adam Neumann founded WeWork with Miguel McKelvey, played by Kyle Marvin in We crashedthe show is mostly focused on the controversial couple, which is why audiences are curious about the whereabouts of Adam and Rebekah Neumann.
Prior to WeWork’s collapse, Adam and Rebekah were collectively worth billions of dollars. After 2019, the couple significantly reduced their holdings, selling four of the six homes they owned in New York and California. This includes a six-bedroom townhouse in Gramercy Park, an upscale Manhattan neighborhood, which sold for $14 million. In 2020, Rebekah reportedly bought WeGrow, the school she founded out of one of WeWork’s New York branches. She planned to relaunch WeGrow as a new school called Student of Life for Life or SOLFL (pronounced “movingAlthough Rebekah has mostly avoided speaking publicly, the SOLFL blog is fairly regularly updated. Unlike Jared Leto’s role as Adam Neumann, which has been criticized for being stereotypical and misinformed, the portrayal of Rebekah by Anne Hathaway received mostly critical acclaim.
We crashed reveals even more details about the controversial couple and WeWork’s 2019 collapse – but that doesn’t really answer the question of where Rebekah is now. Currently, Rebekah Paltrow Neumann is still in New York with Adam, likely developing SOLFL and possibly other education-related plans. In 2021, Adam began work on a new secret venture, and in 2022 he reportedly purchased $17 million worth of ground floor retail space in Florida, along with two high-rise apartment buildings. at Miami. Analysts say Adam may consider reviving WeLive, the WeWork co-living spinoff that failed to take off. That said, Adam could also buy real estate for Rebekah’s SOLFL project.
The couple hasn’t revealed much else to the public since 2019. However, of all the actual characters in We crashed, Adam and Rebekah have shown the most signs of returning to the starter game. Despite WeWork’s controversial and high-profile fallout — and a literal TV series exposing how Adam and Rebekah all but crashed the business — the pair still seem to have a foothold in the real estate business and are still looking to potentially expand via the education sector.
We crashed, at its core, is an expose of how New Age philosophy can be used to siphon off billions of dollars from a promising start-up company that genuinely aims to improve people’s lives. Moreover, although We crashed is not a documentary like tiger king Where The gardians, the show also discusses how individuals can turn into cult leaders. Currently, WeWork is still valued at around $5 billion. That figure is certainly a far cry from its previous highest valuation of $47 billion. That said, it’s a sign that WeWork has managed to bounce back. Since Adam’s $1.7 billion check from SoftBank came with the condition that Adam sever most of his ties with WeWork, it’s unlikely that either Adam or Rebekah will ever cross paths with the company they’re running into again. almost destroyed.
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