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Reese Witherspoon talked about the salary gap in Hollywood.
In a new episode of the “HFPA in Conversation” podcast released on Christmas Day, reporter Margaret Gardiner reminded Witherspoon that there was an accident at the 2002 Academy Awards. , The actress and then husband Ryan Phillippe (Ryan Phillippe) showed the best makeup.
Witherspoon asked Philip Philip if she could read the winner. He replied: “You do more than me. Keep going.”
Witherspoon said on the podcast: “I forgot what happened.” “He did say so, no, not according to the script. He didn’t tell me that he was going to say that before the broadcast. So, I am a little confused at the moment.”
Witherspoon went on to say that despite the “great changes in gender norms” in the past two decades, the few women in Hollywood who make “a lot of money” still feel “ashamed”.
She said: “Sometimes, they might give others more, more, more and more things in the same position that they might not expect male movie stars.”
The Oscar winner, who separated from Philip in 2006 after seven years of marriage, recalled the moment when their 21-year-old daughter Ava was in the second grade. The “legitimate blonde” star said that when her classmates grew up so that Witherspoon was one of Hollywood’s highest paid actresses, she felt “embarrassed.”
Witherspoon said: “I said,’Never be ashamed of women who make money.” “There are some women in the world who have no opportunity, no education or no ability to make money. The more women make more money, they will Will pay more, will take care of their society, will take care of their income. The community will use this money to do more things.”
Witherspoon, 44, has been in front of and behind the camera for the past year and a half, starring and producing TV series, including Apple TV’s “Morning Show”, Hulu’s “Ubiquitous Little Fire” and HBO’s No. The second season “Big Little Lies”. “
Earlier this year, she announced that she would replay the role of Elle Woods (Elle Woods) who was in love at the center of “Legal Blonde 3” in a script by Mindy Kaling and “Brooklyn Nine Nine” co-founder Dan Goor ).