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How did you cope with playing character dealing with such
Charlize: «We created a safe environment in order to explore
all of Megyn’s controversies and not shy away from them. Jay
really helped me to understand her more, in order to play her
empathetically. That was very complicated for me. I was trying
to put my arms around this person, but she made it really hard
to do so».
Nicole, what struck you about the story when you first read
Nicole: «I felt the story represented an important moment that
in a sense transcends what this film is about. It is a moment in
history that was the catalyst for enormous change.
The storytelling is so strong and it is told from the female point
of view which is very powerful. It’s entertaining but still so
strong. That was really appealing».
Charlize Theron e John Lithgow
rivali in una scena del film
diretto da Jay Roach.
Chalizie Theron and John
Lithgow in a scene from the
movie directed by Jay Roach.
FOR A SCANDAL
Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie
star in Bombshell, the true story of the Fox News
sexual harassment scandal which, before Weinstein’s
case, in a way opened the #metoo season
When the #metoo movement did not exist, sexual harassment
scandals had not yet exploded and before the Weinstein case,
the world of American media was shocked by the story of
Roger Ailes, a powerful man in the American political media,
CEO of Fox News and media adviser of Nixon, Regan and
Trump, too. Some journalists from Fox News accused Ailes
of sexual harassment. The scandal caused a big splash in the
media so much so that it has been recently proposed in a TV
miniseries, The Loudest Voice. While the miniseries focuses
on the relationship between all-news channels, politics and the
American moral myopia, Bombshell instead revolves around
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the victims. The film boasts an amazing cast: Oscar winning
actors Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron play respectively
Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly, two of the journalists who
started the allegations that swept Ailes evil power away.
Oscar-nominee Margot Robbie (who got her second
nomination for Bombshell alongside Theron) is Katya Pospisil,
a fictional composite of all the professional women who were
subject to sexual harassment at Fox News. Three great actors
perform in a movie set to ruffle feathers in Europe, too – as it
did when it was released in the US. Bombshell is scheduled to
be released in Italy on March 26 (preview at the Bif&st in Bari
– March 21-28).
Randolph’ script was proposed to your production company,
Charlize, why did you want to portray Megyn Kelly?
Charlize: «It wasn’t a very easy decision for me. Jay really gets
all the credit for giving me that final push. It wasn’t until I
shared the script with him, as a friend, that our conversations
made me realize that he’s right, I should do the film. It became
incredibly clear, and I’m just so glad that we were in each other’s
lives at that moment, because I don’t know what would have
happened if we weren’t and where we would have ended up».
Margot, an outstanding John Lithgow plays Roger Ailes.
What was it like to shoot such harrowing scenes with him
when his character was so abhorrent?
Margot: «John is the kindest person you can ever
imagine, and he was my partner in that moment. We were
equally disturbed by what we were portraying, and it is
obviously a very uncomfortable scene. But, Charles and
Jay made the choice to say to the audience, “No, you’re
going to sit in this room, and you’re going to have this
uncomfortable experience with her, and it’s going to go
on for minutes and even after it’s
happened, we’re still going to stay
here for another three minutes”. I
love the choices we made. I think
most people portraying that sort of
experience would let the audience
off the hook a little bit. You
know, the door would close and
the audience would think, “Okay,
I know what happened, but get me
away. Let’s go into the next scene».
Nicole: «John Lithgow manages to
pull you into his character with such
aplomb. You really go “wow” – he’s
such an extraordinary addition to
the cast on top of all the women».
The storyline in Bombshell seems
universal, how do you feel it will
resonate with international audiences?
Margot: «I obviously grew up in
Australia. I didn’t grow up watching Fox News. I like to
keep up to date with politics and I like to be aware to
the extent that I feel obligated to be aware, but it’s not
something I’m passionate about. I feel people in other
countries who might not be privy to the background of
this story or the characters are going to be thoroughly
entertained and captivated and then afterwards maybe
be compelled to look into it a little further and educate
themselves in the same way I did».
Charlize: «This movie was made by a lot of foreigners.
The three leading actresses in it are all from the southern
hemisphere. I think that says a lot. We also had a big
international crew. Abuse of power is not a bipartisan,
political issue. It is a human rights issue. In the United
States Title Seven of the Civil Rights Act is a law that makes
it illegal to have a workplace anywhere and under any
political banner where you are discriminated against. We
want equal rights for women worldwide. We want women
to have a safe working environment worldwide. We want
them to have equal pay worldwide».
Nicole: «It doesn’t matter what politics you are, it’s a
brilliant empathetic story».
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