Jodie Foster Says People 'Are Stuck With Traditional Roles' When It Comes To Leadership
Jodie Foster happily waves to photographers as she attends the photo call for her latest film Money Monster held at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski on Tuesday (May 17) in Berlin, Germany.
The 53-year-old actress-director was joined at the event by the star of her flick Jack O’Connell.
While promoting Money Monster, Jodie opened up about what leadership means to her.
“If you are a woman, you will have a different style of leadership. I confuse people because I am so direct,” Jodie expressed (via Huffington Post). “I am not a bully and will not respond to bullying like a bully. That’s confusing to people. If a woman is direct, it causes confusion, because they don’t know the next step. Very often men are confused by women who do not follow traditional roles in conflict. I don’t think it’s a great plot that men put women down. I think people want to be better and do better, but I think we are stuck with traditional roles.”
15+ pictures inside of Jodie Foster and Jack O’Connell at their photo call…