Kate Beckinsale talks about Michael Bay's sexist remarks on her
It's been 15 years since Kate Beckinsale, the actress with the net worth of $16 million, featured close by Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett in the 2001 motion picture Pearl Harbor, keeping in mind the performing artist has made a fruitful profession for herself (counting a silly lead part in the recently discharged Love and Friendship), there are parts of her first blockbuster film that she doesn't think back on with specific affection.
Amid the throwing procedure for Pearl Harbor, Beckinsale says her looks and body sort seemed to confound executive Michael Bay: "I don't think I fit the kind of on-screen character [he] had met before," she said in a late meeting on The Graham Norton Show. In 2001, Beckinsale had stood up about being subjected to photos "from each point", which she suspects happened on the grounds that they were "entirely intrigued by what [her] body resembles" since she'd as of late had an infant.
Also, after the film had wrapped, Bay still evidently couldn't understand things, just ready to think of Beckinsale's looks as the explanation behind why he'd thrown her in any case.
Vanity Fair affirmed reality behind the quote in a meeting Bay gave with Movieline in 2001, where he said that he'd cast Beckinsale in the film since he "I didn't need somebody who was excessively lovely", since "ladies feel bothered when they see somebody's too beautiful."
This isn't the primary deplorable tale we've caught wind of Bay's sexist treatment of his performing artists; in light of an inquiry concerning how she was thrown in Transformers, Megan Fox once uncovered that when she appeared at Bay's home to try out he shot her washing his Ferrari. The footage, obviously, is currently mysteriously absent, however, there's a great deal about Transformers that bodes well at this point.
It's feasible that Beckinsale has proceeded onward from what happened, however plainly Bay's words have waited with her to some degree on the off chance that she's this promptly ready to review them. What's baffling is the way this is as yet being tolerated–not just from chiefs like Bay however other people who haven't been gotten out for their conduct yet.
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