Notwithstanding opening up about how she’s missed out on occupations where “A-rundown performers” have had pull over approbation over her throwing (a benefit apparently not stood to top female stars), Hayek said she supposes the business has amnesia in terms of female-driven films, saying that for quite a while, Hollywood thought ladies wouldn’t go to the motion pictures to see anything other than romantic comedies. “They don’t see us as an effective monetary power, which is an inconceivable obliviousness,” she said.
On the other hand, there is one way ladies can (ideally) help change Hollywood’s impression of ladies: by voting with their dollars. Hayek noticed that ladies make up 50 percent of ticket deals (and if there’s one thing Hollywood thinks about, its cash), and that really makes us a capable power.
“See, we can’t remain as casualties and say they are not taking a gander at us,” she said. “What issues me trust is that we are in a position of force