LONDON (REUTERS) – Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne stated on Sunday (Jan 14) that Hollywood’s marketing campaign for gender equality had been “a long time coming” and “huge amount of change” was nonetheless wanted.
Speaking on the purple carpet on the world premiere of his new animated movie Early Man, the British star was requested about stories of a major pay hole between Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams for reshoots on All the Money within the World.
“It’s incredibly important and I think that it’s been a long time coming, and I think the fact that last year three of the top films were female-led films is showing there is change but there is a huge amount of change needed yet. It’s sort of systemic I think,” Redmayne stated.
Redmayne and Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams play alongside Tom Hiddleston in a brand new prehistoric-era journey about inept cavemen from Oscar-winning director Nick Park.
Williams, who has learn the scripts for the ultimate season of Game of Thrones, advised followers it will be definitely worth the anticipate the much-anticipated finale.
“It’s going to be very, very good, and it’s not going to come out for another year because it just takes long to make these incredible episodes that we’re doing and I am just so proud of the work everyone’s putting in this year. And honestly we have never done anything like this, it’s very special so it takes time but it’ll be worth it,” she stated.