Michelle Williams Says #MeToo Movement Has Been Rewarding..

February 06, 2019

The Hollywood actress has admitted to feeling inspired by the campaign after she became embroiled in a gender pay row over her fee for starring in ‘All The Money In The World’ in 2017.Michelle Williams thinks the #MeToo movement has been one of the most “rewarding” aspects of her life.

Michelle Williams - who was found to have been paid substantially less than her male co-star, Mark Wahlberg, for her appearance in the crime thriller - shared: “It’s been really heartening and rewarding for me to hear from other women.”

In her lastest interview with Elle UK, the My Week with Marilyn star said, “It’s been really heartening and rewarding for me to hear from other women,” reports DailyMail.co.uk, adding “How they heard what I went through and how it gives them an example (of how) to ask for reparation, and to be able to institute that tiny little model in other scenarios. That has been really one of the most rewarding things not just of my career, but of my life,” she added.

Talking about her absence from social medial, Michelle said, “I haven’t figured out how to use it (social media) as a source for my own good. I haven’t figured out how to use it to find something inspiring or beautiful…I’m just not a techy person.”

Michelle Williams - who has a 13-year-old daughter called Matilda with the late actor Heath Ledger - said: “My 20s felt like, ‘Who am I? What am I going to make of all this time on the planet? What do I want? What is happiness? Who are my friends? What’s wrong with me? How do I fix it? Who am I?’”

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