House of Cards' Robin Wright misled about equal pay

Pierre Vaugeois
Mai 20, 2017

While many of her red carpet counterparts are becoming increasingly upset when asked about their fashion choices (Blake Lively recently shut down a reporter for doing exactly that), Wright says she completely understands it. "We don't know what we're going to do, seriously".

"(I) never wanted (fame), never sought it, never thought about it. "It does take time to break the mold".

Wright had previously said in an interview previous year that she had threatened studio bosses with going public unless they agreed to equal pay, which they had claimed to do. In addition, she also appears in the forthcoming "Wonder Woman" film.

"There are women CEOs who are making billions and billions for their companies. We don't want to be treated with more disparity, just join forces".

"Feminism today has become such a derogatory or diva like word", she continued. "Feminism is just equality".

"I was told that I was getting equal pay and I believed them, and I found out recently that it's not true.so that's something to investigate".

Obama and those close to her have repeatedly said she has no interest in a political career.

As a 17-year old in Paris, she went in for an audition and was told to lift up her top. No, I like the other one's t-ties better'.

Wright wouldn't speculate on how many more seasons there may be before the show ends its run, but she confessed that she and the fellow show producers, including Spacey, have discussed how to wrap up the intricate storylines, when the time comes.

Robin Wright has opened up about the gender pay gap on her hit show House of Cards, and revealed that she had been incorrectly told that she would be receiving the same pay as Kevin Spacey.

"We are like brother and sister on the show". I don't want to be in front of the camera anymore.

She ended up directing seven episodes in the last season and her first short film, "The Dark of Night", a "female vigilante movie set in the 1930s" is having its premiere at Cannes this week.

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