"After 'Zero Dark Thirty,' I was sent a lot of scripts where it was a female protagonist, and they wouldn't do my deal until they knew who the male actor was because they needed to do his deal first and then see what was left over." - Jessica Chastain. More from THR's Actress Roundtable, link in bio. : @ruvenafanador
Set in the rural American South, #Mudbound revolves around two soldiers who resume their work on a farm in rural Mississippi where they struggle to deal with racism and adjusting to life after World War II. The film debuts tomorrow on Netflix and stars Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Mitchell and Mary J. Blige. photo: @austinhargrave
"As time has gone on, it's become incredibly rewarding to take risks, to dare, to not be afraid to make mistakes. As the most anxious kid you've ever met, my whole life has been defined by, 'Please don't mess up, I can't mess up.' And that's changing, which is incredible." - Emma Stone on the Actress Roundtable. Photo by @ruvenafanador.
Jennifer Lawrence opens up about a time she was mistreated by a director on set: "I was afraid I wasn't going to be hired again. I was called difficult and a nightmare." Watch more from THR's Actress Roundtable, link in bio
Jennifer Lawrence: "We're in the industry, everybody is looking at us, if we're going through this, every woman in the world is going through this. But the real problem is the normalization of it. It's the reason why your agents don't think twice about paying you a third of your [co-star's paycheck] because it's been so normalized for so long." Watch 4 more actresses discuss issues within Hollywood and beyond in THR's Actress Roundtable, link in bio. : @ruvenafanador
Lawrence. Stone. Chastain. Janney. Blige. Ronan.
This year's contenders open up about risky roles and how the industry's culture of abuse might finally be on the verge of change: "I feel hopeful because we're not ignoring it anymore." Click the link in profile to watch the Actress Roundtable. Photo: @ruvenafanador
Caleb Landry Jones on what made him want to be an actor: ”When I was little and watching TV shows like ‘Barney’, it seemed like such a happy place, and I always wanted to be a part of it." You can currently catch the #THRNextGen breakout in #ThreeBillboards out in theaters now. photo: @ericraydavidson