"The 31-years old was reported to have made a cameo appearance in Ocean's 8" movie but her latest tweet suggests that she was not sure the scene would make it to the film. It's also telling that the film assumes that we're here for the wealth porn and brand names™ and don't much care about why Debbie wants things or who she takes them from. Anything all-female in this sexual harassment revolution we're living in is like an automatic statement of solidarity, but as Cate Blanchett said in a great interview with Refinery 29, this is also just a movie.
As the recent cases of Elizabeth Holmes and Anna Delvey illustrate, there are few personalities more fascinating than the unrepentant con, and early in the film it feels like that's the direction Ocean's 8 might go. "And it doesn't just take five people to make a movie". On the contrary, you can catch her in theaters today.
She said Rihanna replied, 'You got an a** like me!' "You make your own money, and be your own person". So it was a big "wake-up moment" when she arrived in Hollywood, which is infamous for its boisterous boys' clubs.
"She knows how to harness her talent and her power", she continued. And I walk on the set and I'm my jeans, and I've done my best and I'm going to love myself no matter what. The actress said that she felt self-conscious when she went to work and was "aware" that her body was a different size from what people were used to.
She added that it was definitely "a hard pill to swallow" when she realized that the industry was not immune to sexism. He was still alive at the end of Ocean's 13 (2007) but I suppose a lot can happen in 11 years.
"I don't think about my gender until those opportunities are not available to me or denied to me because of my gender", Blanchett says.
Ocean's 8 (M) opens in New Zealand cinemas on June 7. And then Rihanna looks up and goes, "Damn girl, you got an a**". and I of course was freaked out and loved it so much.