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Jessica Chastain wishes individuals would quit staying her with the 'solid ladies' mark, in light of the fact that despite the fact that it's implied as a compliment, it's in reality entirely belittling.

In a surge of presents on Twitter the previous evening, the performing artist and champion for uniformity in Hollywood contended that a male performer is never known for playing solid men, since it's 'expected all men are'.

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Jessica Chastain ✔@jes_chastain

Everytime somebody composes that I play 'solid ladies' theyre suggesting that most ladies arent. I should simply play elegantly composed parts?

6:14 AM - Oct 24, 2017

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Chastain additionally brought up that she essentially goes up against parts that are 'elegantly composed' and depict ladies as individuals with their own organization, instead of being two-dimensional or just responding to the men around them.

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Jessica Chastain ✔@jes_chastain

You never read that a performer is known for playing 'solid male' characters since its expected all men are. …

6:29 AM - Oct 24, 2017

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So far in her profession, Chastain has played elegantly composed parts, for example, a yearning CIA insight examiner in Zero Dark Thirty, and heartless political lobbyist in Miss Sloane - however in the event that Matt Damon or Leonardo DiCaprio had gone up against comparable parts, it's far-fetched they'd be portrayed as playing 'solid men'.


Then, Chastain as of late stood up to affirm that she never again goes up against a part in a motion picture unless she is made mindful of how much her male co-stars are being paid.

She disclosed that with a specific end goal to continue pushing for pay fairness in the TV and film industry, she isn't willing to do a similar work for a lower compensation.

Jessica Chastain | ELLE UK


'I'm not taking employments any longer where I'm getting paid a fourth of what the male co-star is being paid,' she told Variety. 'I'm not permitting that in my life.'

Chastain included that it was tied in with evolving demeanors, and not for money related reasons, saying: 'I couldn't care less about the amount I get paid; I'm in an industry where we're overcompensated for the work we do.

'In any case, I would prefer not to be on a set where I'm doing likewise act as another person and they're getting five times what I'm getting.'

Overwhelming applause, anybody?


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