Oh, no, fellas! Yet another one of those gals from the pictures is talking about equal pay and this time it's Cate Blanchett! Get on the horn and call up the big boss from MGM because someone's gotta shut this down tout suite!
Discussing people who are still unaware that equal pay is a problem, Blanchett told Vogue Australia, "People were surprised? There are countless industries around the world where women in top positions are not equally remunerated for equal work."
And there are women who are not in top positions who are paid even lower—not that us peasants who make under $100k/year tend to get mentioned or noticed by these hifalutin movie folk.
Blanchett also discussed the power of the female audience. Via E! Online:
"Tina Fey wrote in Bossypants that any woman in Hollywood who's no longer considered f—kable is ignored," interviewer Anna Funder began, "In the era of Judi Dench and Meryl Streep and other actresses we love, can this really be true, or are they exceptions?"
Blanchett simply stated, "Female audiences are driving the change, I think. Women don't stop consuming cultural product once they stop menstruating."
Jon Hamm knows his job is cushy as hell. "Whenever people want to talk about how hard it is to be an actor, I want to go, 'Um, it's hard to be a baby-heart surgeon,'" he told GQ. "Being an actor is actually pretty easy, if you can memorize lines."
He also talked about the end of Mad Men:
"The one constant thing I've had in my career is now removed. And that's an eye-opener: Are people still going to take me seriously? Am I just going to do romantic comedies for the rest of my life? What's next? And I don't know, you know? I wish I was smug enough to have had a grand plan."
Why not go into baby heart surgery? [POPSUGAR]
Congratulations to Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher who maybe got That 70s Married recently. Talking to James Corden and Tom Hanks on the new Late Late Show, Kunis referred to Kutcher as her "husb-uhhhh" and played coy when directly asked if they had tied the knot. [People]
- Speaking of Tom Hanks, his son Chet Haze might not be doing so well. [Radar]
- Connie Britton will play Faye Resnick—you may know her from the OJ Simpson trial or, more recently, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' DINNER PARTY FROM HELL—in Ryan Murphy's American Crime Story. [Dlisted]
- Whoops: David Crosby hit a jogger with his car, but the jogger will be okay. [E! Online]
- Julia Roberts reacted to her Pretty Woman Walkman in the same the excited way that Vivian reacts to a beautiful necklace in a jewelry box. [People]
- Hasn't One Direction taken enough hits lately without the Beliebers going after them? [Gossip Cop]
- The struggle is real: Miles Teller is still trying to pay off his student loans. [US Weekly]
- Jamie Dornan knows it's creepy that he only plays violent psychopaths: "I consider myself quite lighthearted, pretty easygoing, and I keep playing sick psychopath bastards! It kinda worries me sometimes how comfortable I am in that zone." I dunno, maybe look into that. [Just Jared]
- Max Irons, son of Jeremy Irons, knows his dad was talking some crazy nonsense when he compared gay marriage to incest. [E! Online]
- Imagine eating dinner with Courtney Love and Mariah Carey (Brett Ratner will be there, too, but you can ignore him). [TMZ]
- Teresa Giudice might be feuding with Andy Cohen from prison, demonstrating an impressive dedication to the art of dramaaaaaaa. [THG]
- How sweet! Mark Ruffalo wants to read you poetry! [Mark Ruffalo]
- Jennifer Lopez's kids are having a great time at the Home premiere. [US Weekly]
- This headline—"Karrueche Tran NOT "Dating Asian Dude," Despite MediaTakeOut Report"—is emphatic to the point of racism. [Gossip Cop]
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