The Hollywood Reporter's annual "Actress Roundtables" always stir up some drama.
But this year's roundtable -- with Jennifer Lawrence, Michelle Yeoh, Emma Corrin, Michelle Williams, Claire Foy, and Danielle Deadwyler -- yielded a particularly satisfying remark from Jennifer Lawrence.
\u201c"I've worked with Bryan Singer, I've seen emotional men" - Jennifer Lawrence talks the double standards for men and women in Hollywood\u201d
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"It was just so interesting to be on a female-led movie," said Lawrence of her latest film Causeway, directed by Lila Neugebauer.
"The schedule made sense. There were no huge fights. If an actor had a personal thing, instead of going, 'well, we'd all love to leave early,' we'd put our heads together and go, 'ok, how can we figure this out?'"
"It was incredible to not be around toxic masculinity -- to get a little break from it. And it did always just make us laugh about how we ended up with, 'Women shouldn't be in roles like this because we're so emotional.'"
"I mean, I've worked with Bryan Singer," said Lawrence to guffaws from the other actresses. "I've seen emotional men. I've seen the biggest hissy fits thrown on set."
\u201cAin't no press tour like a Jennifer Lawrence press tour cause a Jennifer Lawrence press tour don\u2019t give a single fuck\u201d