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Our employees’ salaries are based on their roles and their expertise, regardless of gender.”The red carpet has always been one of Hollywood’s most gendered spaces, where women are interrogated about their appearance and men about their work.
Actresses are expected to fill in the Mad Libs of the live interview with an assortment of uplifting words and time-honored phrases, such as “amazing,” “collaboration,” “fabulous,” “inspiration,” “team,” and “opens next Friday,” as they teeter in high heels through a gauntlet of cameras and handlers.
Facing the first major televised red-carpet event since the #Me Too movement transformed the industry, the women of Hollywood had already revealed they planned to wear black in a show of solidarity with victims of sexual harassment. The consortium of industry women—Reese Witherspoon, Shonda Rhimes, and America Ferrera among them—who launched the Time’s Up initiative and legal-defense fund had distributed a list of suggested talking points and hashtags.
Entertainment journalists had prepared for an unusual evening at this year’s Golden Globes.Women who work the carpet often end up with lucrative fashion and beauty contracts, such as Lupita Nyong’o with Lancôme, Jennifer Lawrence with Dior, and Jessica Chastain with Yves Saint Laurent. has made the most of its audience’s hunger for the fashion show, occasionally skirting the boundaries of taste with innovations like the Mani Cam and asking performers to submit themselves to its Glam Cam 360.“I remember one year having to ask, ‘Are you wearing Spanx under your dress? Macy confessed to journalists in the press room at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, hitting the third rail of the Time’s Up conversation: male pain.