Margot Robbie created Bombshell to learn about sexual harassment
2019 film directed by Jay Roach sudden surprise Based on (mostly) true accounts of sexual harassment that women faced on Fox News, Charlize Theron plays Megyn Kelly, Nicole Kidman plays Gretchen Carlson, and Margot Robbie plays… a made-up person who doesn’t really exist. But, it turns out, Ravi didn’t join the project so he could dramatize a real person’s real experience anyway. Speaking in celebration of his career at a BAFTA event this week (through diversity), Ravi revealed that he took the gig because he wanted to learn about sexual harassment—something he knew nothing about beforehand, apparently.
“I realized that I – as a person in an established position in the industry, financially established and self-sufficient – I didn’t know the definition of sexual harassment and it was shocking,” she explained, adding that she was “appalled” by how little she knew about the issue and how Workplace predators can get away with harassment because it “thrives in a gray area.”
Ravi also said on the occasion I’m Tonya The first movie he was in where he felt like he actually became a good actor (we’ll save you some googling and remember that it came out after his debut as Harley Quinn Suicide Squad), and was then inspired to begin actively reaching out to directors she wanted to work with. One of those directors was A chatty A young man named Quentin Tarantino, who later played Robbie as Sharon Tate. Once upon a time… in Hollywood.
and talking I’m Tonya, diversity It reminds us Ravi admitted a few years ago That he didn’t realize at first that Tonya Harding was a real person, so he learns a lot while making movies, apparently. (Robbie was born in 1990 and isn’t from America, so he gets a pass for not knowing who Tonya Harding was before the movie.)
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