Emily Blunt recently criticized one of Hollywood’s most prevalent social tropes, saying “strong female roles” are the “worst thing ever.” The the devil wears Prada The actress explained what she looks for in a script when deciding if she wants to play the role. Here, Blunt made it clear that she dislikes contemporary ideas about the representation of femininity.
“It’s the worst thing ever when you open up a script and read the words ‘strong female lead,'” Blunt openly shares. She even said that the trope pissed her off so much that it “makes me roll my eyes — I’m already out.” I am bored.”
Blunt reflected on what frustrates her about these on-screen female portrayals: “These roles are written in such an incredibly stoic way, you spend all of your time acting tough and saying tough things.”
Asked about her role in Englishan aristocrat Lady Cornelia Locke, says Blunt The telegraph this role is “more surprising than that”.
“I love a character with a secret,” the actress revealed. Blunt then compares his latest character to those other difficult stoic roles. “I loved Cornelia’s buoyancy, her hope, her simplicity,” she said. Blunt also shared how Cornelia defies restrictions when it comes to writing personality traits: “She’s innocent without being naive and that makes her a force to be reckoned with,” she said. declared. “I found it very cool”.
The most popular