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Claire Foy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Angela Bassett & More Actresses Discuss Being a Woman in Hollywood

Angela Bassett, Claire Foy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Elisabeth Moss, Thandie Newton and Sandra Oh are all featured on the cover of THR‘s annual dramatic actress roundtable issue.

Here’s what the actresses had to say…

Claire, on her decision to speak about The Crown‘s gender pay gap openly: “I [could have] kept my mouth shut and said, ‘I have nothing to say, I’m a robot.’ I was part of a really incredible show that I’m really proud of and grateful for, but that shouldn’t stop me from having an opinion about something that I have been brought into the center of.”

Maggie, on HBO’s focus on gender parity after Netflix’s blunder with The Crown: “Honestly there was so much talk, and where was the action? And then I just get a call going over the bridge to Brooklyn saying my salary now is way higher than I ever considered it would be, and it’s because of these conversations. At first, I was like, ‘Wait, this is not fair. Why do I get to win the lottery?’ And then I went, ‘No, it’s been unfair to the point where I’ve digested it and accepted it without ever considering that it could or should be equal.’”

Angela, weighing in when the other ladies spoke on being asked to use sexuality to further their career: “I’ve not been asked to use my sexuality in my career. Not as a black woman.”

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Elisabeth Moss Reveals If She'd Ever Get Married Again

Elisabeth Moss is on the cover of Marie Claire UK‘s June 2018 issue,

Here’s what the 35-year-old The Handmaid’s Tale star had to share with the mag…

On #MeToo: “I have been fortunate not to have experienced some of the terrible things that so many women have talked about. But, when MeToo and Time’sUp really hit, I would talk to my girlfriends, and we all stepped back and looked at every encounter we’d ever had, and went, wait… was that OK? We’ve been conditioned to think it’s OK, and that’s the wake-up moment that we are having.”

On motherhood: “I do want to be a mother. I like the idea of passing on what my mother passed on to me. It’s not for everybody, and I didn’t know if it was going to be for me, but lately, I think it is. I have no idea how I want to do it though or what the plan is.”

On dating: “It’s actually a problem. But I’m very focused on my work… so it’s difficult to find the time to give yourself to somebody. I have nothing against getting married again, but what I value even more now is the relationship itself. It’s been eight years. I’m older, and hopefully wiser. I’m a romantic, so I love weddings, but I also don’t think you need [a wedding] to have a long-lasting, healthy relationship. Some of the relationships I know that have lasted the longest are the ones that didn’t [get married].”

To read the feature in full, see the June issue of Marie Claire, out today. It’s also available as a digital edition through Apple Newsstand.

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Lupita Nyong'o & Elisabeth Moss In Talks to Star in Jordan Peele's New Movie 'Us'

It looks like Lupita Nyong’o and Elisabeth Moss might be joining forces to star in an upcoming movie together!

The Black Panther actress and The Handmaids Tale actress, both 35, are reportedly in talks to star in the upcoming movie project Us by Oscar winner Jordan Peele.

While details of the movie are being kept under wraps, it is being reported that the film will follow two couples – one black and one white.

Lupita and fellow Black Panther star Winston Duke would play one couple while Elisabeth would be part of the other.

This would be the first project Jordan has made since his mega-hit Get Out.

Us is already slated for a March 15, 2019 release.

Elisabeth Moss, Mindy Kaling, Blake Griffin & More Buddy Up at Hulu Upfront 2018!

Elisabeth Moss happily poses alongside her co-star Samira Wiley at the Hulu Upfront 2018 Green Room held at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday (May 2) in New York City.

The ladies were joined at the event by their fellow Handmaid’s Tale cast mate Alexis Bledel, as well as Mindy Kaling and Blake Griffin.

Also in attendance in support of their Hulu shows were I Love You, America‘s Sarah Silverman, The Looming Tower‘s Peter Sarsgaard, Catch-22‘s Kyle Chandler and Christopher Abbott, Castle Rock‘s Bill Skarsgard and Andre Holland, The First‘s Beau Willimon, Natasha McElhone and Jordan Tappis, and The Mask‘s Henrik Lundqvist.

FYI: Elisabeth is wearing a Delpozo dress and blouse. Mindy created her Prabal Gurung look with the help of Shopbop. Samira is wearing Alexis Bittar earrings.

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'The Handmaid's Tale' Renewed for Season 3 at Hulu!

The Handmaid’s Tale is returning for a third season at Hulu!

The second season, which is getting rave reviews, just debuted last week with the streaming service. Hulu says the show has quickly become their most watched on the subscription service, Variety reports.

The show stars Alexis Bledel, Samira Wiley, Madeline Brewer, Ann Dowd, Max Minghella, Joseph Fiennes, and Yvonne Strahovski.

Be sure to check out the show on Hulu if you haven’t already! Season one and part of season two are currently available to view.