Sienna Miller Laughs Off Criticism Now That She's Older
Sienna Miller is opening about how criticism no longer bothers her now that she’s gotten older.
“I’ve been categorized my entire career, that’s part of being a woman, in ways that men never would be. I think now it doesn’t bother me so much,” the 35-year-old actress recently expressed to Elle mag. “I just feel like people are more respectful as you get older.”
“I don’t think I’m criticized as much now,” Sienna added. “I think as you get older, one of the nice things about growing up a little bit is that the things that you gave energy to are just totally misdirected and misguided. Let people say whatever they want, if it’s not true, it just doesn’t fucking matter. There’s always going to be stupid behavior.”
Pictured: Sienna joining writer-director James Gray and author David Grann at the Amazon Studios & Bleecker Street special screening of her latest film The Lost City of Z held on Tuesday (April 11) in New York City.