Where do we discover ourselves a fairy godmother like that?
Hollywood veteran, model icon, and mannequin of poise and style Julianne Moore apparently additionally has a badass aspect to her. According to Alicia Vikander, star of the brand new Tomb Raider, it was Moore who confirmed her how to rise up for herself towards crude feedback and sexism on set.
In her cowl story for Vogue’s March difficulty, Vikander recounts an incident when, as per the author, “a man in a position of power made a cruel, loud joke” at her expense on the set of the 2014 movie Seventh Son. “I was really embarrassed, and I would have just laughed it off,” Vikander says. “But Julianne turned to him and said, ‘If you ever do that again, I’m walking out of here and I’m not coming back.’ She was just, like, Don’t you fucking say that again. It showed me that she had the power. And that meant so much to me.”
Which is why standing up for different girls within the business and being a supply of assist to them is one thing that’s extraordinarily vital to Vikander. At this yr’s Golden Globes, the Oscar-winner joined forces with Reese Witherspoon, Natalie Portman and different actresses on Time’s Up, the authorized protection fund for girls who’ve suffered sexual abuse or harassment.
“It was such a community that came together,” says Vikander. “I got on the phone with Natalie, whom I’d never met, and Reese. Suddenly I felt like I made a lot of new friends. One thing that really got to me in their initial email was the fact that—because women are not as well represented in all industries—we often have to fight for jobs. The competition is so tough that instead of getting to know each other and working together, we learned at an early age to compete for that single spot. So then to get on the carpet yesterday and feel like I had actually made friends with the other actresses and people I admire, it was really cool.”
Women supporting different girls—what’s cooler than that?