Anne Hathaway has expressed regret at the lack of trust in a manager she previously worked with for “exploiting women.”During an interview with “ABC News” popcorn with Peter Travers, a representative touched Miserables’ gender inequality in the industry as well as her fears that she had been caught in the same herself when she was portraying a romantic drama one day back in 2010.
Asked about the film she had learned most from her career, the 34-year-old star said she did not give her everything when working with Danish director Lone Scherfig.He said, “I’m really sorry for not trusting in [Scherfig] more easily.” “I’m still afraid that the reason I did not trust the way some other directors I work with is because I’m a woman.”
The mother went on to admit that the interview began to feel a little “like confession”, although she was quick to add that she felt guilty about her actions at the moment. They also claimed that they are prohibited task, but to some extent, subject to title yet the others may not even realize they have such perspectives.
“I’m very afraid of being treated with internal disdain,” says the Oscar winner. “I’m afraid I did not give everything you needed or … I was resisting it at some level, I thought a lot about where I get targeted texts from women.
“When I get a screenplay – when I see the first woman-directed film – I’ve focused in the past on what was wrong, and when I see a film … directed by a man, I focus on what’s right with it.” “I can not just admit that I did it and I do not want to do it anymore … I, before I realized this, I actively tried to work with female female directors, and I still have this mentality buried in there somewhere.
“This trip is way harder than it should be, it’s not equal,” the devil wearing the star Prada concluded. “I wonder if it’s about the process of thinking like the ones you just talked about, and about what you should do to make your first movie.”Hathaway can then be seen in the comedy comedy Huge vs Jason Sodecis.The latest photos of Schreveg, the most prestigious starring Jema Arterton and Bill Nigie, were filmed in British cinemas on 21 April.