Jamie Lee Curtis calls Hollywood “an ageist industry”

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“There are some jobs you won’t get because of your age”

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Jamie Lee Curtis has spoken out about ageism in Hollywood, calling its negative attitudes towards older women “a given” in the film.

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“There is no question; there are some jobs that you will lose or some jobs that you will not get because of your age,” the actor added. Granthshala During a conversation about his latest film halloween kills.

However, the actor had some knowledge of how she stands her ground against prejudice.


“Creativity will always win,” she continued. “If you make something they want, it doesn’t matter how old you are.”

Curtis went on to say that she has watched the industry evolve in terms of how it treats women in Hollywood.

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“I think there are more opportunities for women because of the #MeToo movement, and because of the great changes that have taken place in diversity and gender equality in some companies,” she said.

She continued: “There are places now where the obligation to be a woman your age is now an asset.

“But I go back to creativity. It’s always creativity. The song that’s written; the script that’s written; the idea that’s written for a TV show that’s new and unique and yours, they can’t take away from you.” Can. “


Meanwhile, Curtis has teased what to expect from the upcoming follow-up Halloween kills.

talking to Granthshala‘s Claire Lim About the conclusion of next year, halloween endsCurtis said: “So there’s another movie to make and I know what it’s about, and it’s going to open people’s minds.

“It’s going to piss people off a lot and it’s shocking because it asks a lot of questions. So that’s all I can tell you.”

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