Jessica Chastain Takes Aim at ‘Sad’ All-White Cover
One of Hollywood’s most outspoken actresses has criticized cowl that she seems in.
Jessica Chastain, a vocal proponent of equality and inclusivity in Hollywood, took to Twitter to precise her disappointment that no girls of coloration had been included on the entrance of a latest subject of the Los Angeles Times journal The Envelope for an article celebrating girls’s contributions to this yr’s movies.
“It’s a sad look that there’s no WOC in this pic of us promoting our female lead films. The industry needs to become more inclusive in its storytelling. What were your favorite WOC lead films this year? I LOVED @salmahayek in #BeatriceAtDinner,” she wrote on Saturday.
In a subsequent tweet responding to her preliminary assertion, Ms. Chastain conceded that she had problem pondering of 5 movies from 2017 with leads performed by girls of coloration.
Twitter customers had been fast to take subject with the quilt, which options Annette Bening, Jessica Chastain, Diane Kruger, Margot Robbie, Saoirse Ronan and Kate Winslet, when it appeared final week. Rebecca Carroll, a author and journalist, has been credited with beginning the critique with a tweet final week:
Critics had been particularly displeased by the quilt’s title, “A Shift in Focus.”
As of Sunday afternoon, not one of the different actresses featured on the quilt had responded to the criticism.
This yr Ms. Chastain seems because the lead within the movie “Molly’s Game,” opening in restricted launch on Monday.
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