Here’s a round up stars who wanted equal pay like their male co-stars
She has been a vocal advocate for equal pay. In 2019, Theron revealed that she demanded equal pay with her male co-star Chris Hemsworth in the movie ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’. She said: “If you’re doing the same job, you should be compensated and treated in the same way.” She also hailed the movie’s producer for being fair. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, she said: “They did not fight it. And maybe that’s the message: That we just need to put our foot down. This is a good time for us to bring this to a place of fairness, and girls need to know that being a feminist is a good thing. It doesn’t mean that you hate men. It means equal rights. If you’re doing the same job, you should be compensated and treated in the same way.”
This actress has been a strong advocate for equal pay in Hollywood. In 2018, she revealed that she had to negotiate for equal pay with her male co-star in the movie “The Martian.”
She has has spoken out about her experience with pay inequality in Hollywood. In 2017, she revealed that she was paid a fraction of her male co-star’s salary in the movie ‘Frida.”
She has been a vocal advocate for gender equality in Hollywood. In 2015, she wrote a letter to Congress advocating for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment and addressing the wage gap. One of Meryl Streep’s most famous quotes about the gender pay gap came during her acceptance speech for the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2017 Golden Globes. In her speech, called for greater diversity in Hollywood. .” In a 2018 interview with Vanity Fair, Streep also spoke about her own experiences with the pay gap, saying: “I’ve experienced it. People ask, ‘Well, didn’t you ever ask for more?’ And it’s like, ‘Wow, wow, I can’t believe I’m 68 and I’m still talking about this.’”
This award-winning actress also spoken out about the pay gap in Hollywood. She even revealed that she was paid less than her male co-star in the movie ‘The Hobbit’ and called for more transparency in the industry.
She has spoken out about the pay gap and lack of diversity in Hollywood. In 2019, she revealed that she was paid significantly less than her male co-stars on the TV show ‘The Office.’
In 2018, Portman revealed that she was paid significantly less than her male co-star Ashton Kutcher in the movie ‘No Strings Attached’. At that time in several interviews, she spoke about Kutcher allegedly being paid three times her salary. ” wasn’t as pissed as I should have been. I mean, we get paid a lot, so it’s hard to complain, but the disparity is crazy,” she said.
The ‘House Of Cards’ star has been a vocal advocate for equal pay in Hollywood. In 2016, she revealed that she demanded equal pay with her male co-star Kevin Spacey on the TV show “House of Cards.”
This TV idol has been a vocal advocate for gender equality and equal pay in Hollywood. In 2018, she revealed that she negotiated for a $20 million salary for her role on the TV show ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and called for more women to negotiate for what they are worth.
This actress penned an essay for Lenny Letter, in which she addressed the wage gap in Hollywood. She revealed that she was paid less than her male co-stars in the movie ‘American Hustle.’ The salary figures were leaked on the internet, prompting Lawrence to speak up about the glaring pay gap. She was paid significantly less than her male counterpart. Lawrence’s essay sparked a larger conversation about the gender pay gap in Hollywood, and she received support from many other actors and actresses who spoke out about their own experiences with unequal pay. Since writing the essay, Lawrence has continued to be an advocate for gender equality and has used her platform to call for greater representation and opportunities for women in the industry.