Bradley and Jennifer have made multiple films together, and he was one of several stars to weigh in on JLaw's essay after it was posted. While promoting "Burnt" with Sienna Miller, Bradley told E! News he hadn't yet had a chance to read Jennifer's entire essay, but he addressed the basic premise.
"One thing I could say is that's interesting because if you think that you only deserve a certain amount and that's not correct, it's about changing that mindset and sticking up for yourself the way that Sienna did," Bradley said. "So that's a great thing." What Sienna did, she explained, was walk away from a play that she wanted to do because she was offered "less than half of what the other man was offered and it was just the two of us." Ouch! Good for her.
Other actresses took to Twitter to share their support for Jennifer Lawrence's essay, including the great Emma Watson, who retweeted the essay link and someone else's response before sharing her own reaction:
@lennyletter Great article! Totally relatable even though she does make millions. We have to fight at all levels or we'll never be equal.— Clo Jocelyne (@clo_jocelyne) October 13, 2015
O Jennifer Lawrence I love you so. X— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) October 13, 2015
And here are similar love-fests from Jessica Chastain and Elizabeth Banks:
"I'm over trying to find the "adorable" way to state my opinion".— Emma Watson (@EmWatson) October 13, 2015
Yessssssss! Get it girl xx https://t.co/L3w0nNnqGQ— Jessica Chastain (@jes_chastain) October 13, 2015
Who doesn't love Jennifer Lawrence? (If you're raising your hand, why? Just curious.) She is using her power for good, calling attention to some of the reasons behind the pay disparity and what she and others can do to narrow the gap.
I love Jennifer Lawrence. https://t.co/x2jAbnUsmy— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) October 13, 2015
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