& # 39; They think every woman wants to sleep with them & # 39 ;: Jennifer Aniston gets & # 39; narcissistic abusers & # 39; out of the way while she weighs on #MeToo … awaiting a new show against harassment in the workplace
- The actress, 50, believes that many of the accused assume that every woman wants to sleep with them in the midst of allegations of sexual abuse in the # MeToo movement
- Her new program The Morning Show – where she plays with Reese Witherspoon – addresses the problem of harassment in the workplace
Jennifer Aniston has talked about the # MeToo movement and the narcissistic nature of the men being accused of sexual abuse.
The Friends actress, 50, who plays alongside Reese Witherspoon in the new series The Morning Show, which addresses the issue of workplace harassment, believes that many of the accused assume that every woman wants to sleep with them.
Speak against The Guardian, she said: & # 39; There is this absolute denial – "It was consensual, it was consensual" – if you are a narcissist to the extent that many of these guys are. They naturally think that every woman wants to sleep with me. & # 39;
Succeed: Jennifer Aniston spoke about the # MeToo movement and the narcissistic nature of the men accused of sexual abuse
Reese added that the & # 39; power structures & # 39; of the entertainment industry to ensure better treatment of women.
She said: & # 39; We must change the power structures. Just the fact that she and I produce our own material, and that things get better in terms of same sex [representation] in power rooms, that will prevent a lot of misconduct in the workplace. & # 39;
In the Morning Show, she plays Alex Levy, the anchor of a news show fighting to keep her job while trapped in a rivalry with Reese & # 39; s character Bradley Jackson.
Steve Carrell plays the role of Alex Kessler, Alex's co-host being fired after being charged with sexual misconduct, following real events when TV presenter Matt Lauer was fired from NBC & # 39; s Today Show for similar allegations.
New show: The Friends actress, 50, plays with Reese Witherspoon in the new series The Morning Show, which tackles the problem of harassment in the workplace
Jennifer, one of Hollywood's most famous actresses, admitted in an earlier interview with The Telegraph that she could think that her character should have a happy face in public.
She said: & # 39; One of the challenges for [my] character is the trauma and turmoil that is going on in her private life, and the toll that emotionally takes her …
& # 39; Physically, mentally, versus the character she is when she has to get up, put her face on and smile at America. & # 39;
& # 39; I recognize that. Of course there are times when you don't want someone to see you, or you don't want to be photographed or even want to get out of the house. & # 39;
Candid: Jennifer, one of Hollywood's best-known actresses, admitted in an earlier interview with The Telegraph that she could think that her character should have a happy face in public
Jennifer said the show, which is being broadcast on the Apple TV + streaming service, was originally going to retract the curtain & # 39; in the media world of New York before the plot changed in the aftermath of the MeToo movement.
Jennifer recently said it was & # 39; kind of sad & # 39; is that time-specific TV is almost extinct in an interview for Variety.
& # 39; I'm shocked that this is where we are, but excited that this is where we are. I didn't see it coming. I remember I didn't understand. What the hell does streaming mean? They are like it is always there, & she said.
Open and honest: Jennifer recently said it was & # 39; kind of sad & # 39; is that time-specific TV is almost extinct in an interview for Variety
The Friends star also allowed her to say other aspects of the entertainment industry, and admitted that she thought the proliferation of Marvel superhero movies is reducing the & # 39; industry & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Only in recent years when these streaming services just exploded a little with this amount of quality did I really start to think, wow, that's better than what I just did & she said.
& # 39; And then you see what is available and it only gets smaller and smaller in terms of, they are great Marvel movies. Or things that I am not asked alone or really interested in living in a green screen. & # 39;
The first three episodes of The Morning Show will be available on Apple TV + from November 1.