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We're so glad Rooney Mara is joining the gender pay gap movement!
In a recent interview with Deadline, Rooney opened up about her experiences with salary issues in comparison to her male counterparts. The beauty also took a minute to reflect on the important conversation about women's equality in Hollywood first sparked by Jennifer Lawrence's poignant essay in Lenny Letter.
Luckily for Mara, she has had only one instance of unexplained gender pay gap thanks to her preference for independent films where everyone is typically paid "equal". The actress also revealed there have been times where she has been paid more than men.
Obviously, the pay scale was NOT equal when Mara appeared in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo alongside Daniel Craig considering she was relatively unknown at the time:
"When I did Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, did Daniel Craig get paid more than me? Of course. He got paid a ton more than me, but he's Daniel Craig and no one knew who I was so I don't deserve to be getting paid what he's getting. He's the one putting asses in the seats, not me. I had never done anything, so that's just sort of the way that went."
Well, we guess that makes sense. As long as R.M. was comfortable with it that's all that matters!
Despite the Carol star's good fortune, she admits there's still something to be done about gender inequality. Not only does Rooney believe there's still progress to be made, she also thinks there needs to be a more analytic and thoughtful approach to the issue entirely:
The Carol actress glided onto the red carpet in an off-white and silvery Givenchy gown featuring shoulder cut-outs and perforated hexagonal shapes throughout.
Her shoulders looked feathered, but it was actually just the fabric cut into triangles to give the dress some flair.
Do you like this or does it seem like somebody went at it with a hole-puncher???
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We are getting so excited for the Oscars on February 28!
The three looked beautiful at the event in Beverly Hills Monday, and GaGa even threw on a custom Christian Siriano cream-toned gown for the occasion.
Brie and Rooney kept it less formal, but still looked fetching in an Emilia Wickstead embellished skirt (with Swarovski crystal embellishment) and pink top with Dana Rebecca Designs rings, and a floral embroidered Giambattista Valli dress, respectively.
So much romance!
Do these neutral tones get your heart fluttering???
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Sisters support each other!
Despite being sisters — and despite both wearing Valentino gowns — the two managed to differentiate themselves on the red carpet tonight, with Kate showing off her curves and Rooney choosing to cover up a bit more conservatively!
Both looks are certainly a little non-traditional for a major award show carpet, but there's something about Kate's choice specifically that is memorable and unique!
What do U think of the sisters' SAG Award looks??
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It was a tight race for the award for Best Supporting Actress at Sunday's the Critics' Choice Awards. In an exciting turn of events, Alicia Vikander beat out award show vet Kate Winslet and snagged the coveted trophy.
We couldn't be more excited for Miz Vikander since she was an absolute scene-stealer in the 2015 flick The Danish Girl. Not to mention, the 27-year-old was trumped by the Steve Jobs actress at this year's Golden Globes. Oof!
Also, the wins kept coming in for the Swedish performer as her Sci-Fi project Ex Machina took home the prize for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie. Woo hoo!
The other nominees in the category were It Follows, Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Martian.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out her touching acceptance speeches for yourself (above) and (below)!
The honor! The glory! The snubs! (Don't worry, we'll get to that…)
Early Thursday morning, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed the most prestigious list in Hollywood — this year's nominations for the Oscars!
While there were plenty of great movies and performances this year, not everyone can get a nomination — though a certain Titanic seemed to make the cut!
Ch-ch-check out all of this year's nominees (below)!
The nominations are in!
Well, 2015 had some of the best movies the industry has seen in some time. Unfortunately, there were also some pretty horrendous flicks too. No joke!
Thankfully, the Golden Raspberry Awards (AKA Razzies) has released its shortlist for the worst movies and performances of the year. Now we know what NOT to watch, phew!
Though, we can't be THAT surprised since 50SOG was slammed by the critics, despite making bank in the box office. Not to mention, Adam's Pixels is just the latest project from the funnyman to be taken down by the group.
In case you forgot, the Razzies are voted on by 900 members and the "winners" will be announced the day before the Oscars.
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know if YOU think anyone is missing!