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Charlize Theron Reveals Why She Wasn't Surprised By Harvey Weinstein Allegations

Charlize Theron is on the cover of one of Elle‘s Women in Hollywood issues, on newsstands October 23.

Here’s what the star had to share with the mag…

On why she wasn’t surprised about the Weinstein allegations: When I look back and think about my experience with him, how I felt about him—we don’t wanna just go by assumption—but there were definite things. It’s made me look at trusting [my] instincts better. This is a moment for all of us to re-educate ourselves. Not just men, but women, too.”

On Hollywood’s double standard for box-office flops: “[Women] have to work so much harder to come back from a failure. It’s not so dependent on the star when it’s a male. It’s more, ‘Well, maybe the movie didn’t work.’ With females, it’s like, ‘The movie didn’t work because of her.’ That needs to change. Financiers are more willing to finance a male star. I just wonder what beautiful storytelling we have missed out on because [people] were too scared to take a chance on a woman.”

For more from Charlize, visit Elle.com.

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Keira Knightley Hasn't Made Less Than Her Male Co-Stars In Her Past 2 Films

Keira Knightley is on the cover of one of Elle magazine’s Women in Hollywood issues, on newsstands October 23.

Here’s what the actress had to share with the mag…

On asking about her pay in relation to her male costars: “It didn’t even occur to me. It felt like something you couldn’t question. But I do ask now, and I can safely say that in my last two films, I have not made less than the men I’ve been working with.”

On becoming famous as a young woman: “The double standards that women face are so extreme, particularly at that age. Men are meant to be getting drunk and falling out of clubs. Then [people] go, “Yeah, you’re cool!” But if I’d been seen as a party girl, it could’ve been the end of my career. We also live in a society that gives unbelievably difficult messages to young women. You’re meant to be thin, but not that thin. You’re supposed to go out and have sex, then people say, “No, you’re a slut.” You’re always too much of something.”

For more from Keira, visit Elle.com.

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Claire Foy Gushes Over Her Daughter & Speaks About Estranged Husband Stephen Campbell Moore

Claire Foy is on the cover of Vogue magazine’s November 2018 issue.

Here’s what the 34-year-old The Girl in the Spider’s Web star had to share with the mag…

On her daughter Ivy Rose, who was born in 2015: “It’s amazing seeing them discover everything for the first time, She’s very like a border collie. She needs to run outside. She loves pulling faces. And then everybody goes, ‘Oh, another actor in the family?’ I don’t want people to put that on kids. I mean, when I was a kid I was just told to shut up—it was quite nice.”

On separating from her husband Stephen Campbell Moore: “I’m incredibly lucky that I have a child with someone I deeply love and who is my best friend.”

On what she thought when she first read the Spider’s Web script: “When I read the script of Spider’s Web, I did think, I don’t know anyone who would take this on.”

For more from Claire, visit Vogue.com.

FYI: Claire is wearing a Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress and a Maria Tash earring cuff on the cover.

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Sarah Paulson Reveals Her 'Absolute Terror & Fear' Over This Aspect of Hollywood

Sarah Paulson is on one of the covers of Elle magazine’s November 2018 Women in Hollywood issue!

Here’s what the American Horror Story actress had to share with the mag…

On balancing her personal and professional life: “I don’t have children; I’m not married. But I have a lot of intimate relationships—my nieces and nephews, and a wonderful circle of friends. I don’t see them enough. This idea that you can have it all is another thing to be challenged. Somebody once said to me, ‘You can have anything you want, but you can’t have everything.’ You can’t be awake and asleep, or here and also at home. You have to make choices. But I’ve gotta strike while the iron’s hot. Right now, people are calling. They may stop really soon. So I want to make hay while the sun shines. That’s a lot of things I just did there…iron, hay. But you know, the window is open. I’m just trying to muscle it open as long as I can and get it as wide as possible.”

On ageism in Hollywood: “Interest in me sparked when I was in my very late thirties. I have absolute terror and fear that someone’s gonna go, ‘You turned 45. Bye-bye.’ I hope I don’t get told to go back to bed. I have a lot more to do and say. But there’s this notion that women fall apart after 45. It’s been perpetuated by Hollywood by not putting the stories of women over certain ages front and center. They’re dictating what they think is interesting, and we are consuming it and deciding that what they’re telling us is true.”

For more from Sarah, visit Elle.com. Other Women in Hollywood honorees include Lady Gaga, the stars of Black Panther, Shonda Rhimes, Mia Farrow, Keira Knightley, Yara Shahidi, and Charlize Theron.

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'Black Panther' Stars Are Elle's Women in Hollywood Honorees!

The women of Black PantherAngela Bassett, Lupita Nyong’o, and Danai Gurira – are being honored as Elle‘s Women in Hollywood honorees on the cover of the November 2018 issue!

Here’s what the actresses had to share with the mag…

Angela, on the impact of Black Panther:
“We all felt the anticipation but had no idea how it would mushroom, or that it would be so global and smash whatever preconceived notions we’ve heard for decades—that stories like this about these people won’t travel as well or won’t generate financially on such a huge scale.”

Lupita, on relating to her character, Nakia: “Nakia was a departure from the character you see in the comic books. She is an independent woman and a bit of a rebel but also a loyalist to her country. I am also someone who depends on my family and friends and feels a connection to my people, and maybe has a sense of responsibility to make them proud. So I really related to that balancing act within oneself.”

Danai, on Wakanda as a society: “[It] was celebratory of everyone equally [regardless of gender]. You see that in my character. She’s able to excel.”

For more from the stars, visit Elle.com. Other Women in Hollywood honorees include Lady Gaga, Sarah Paulson, Shonda Rhimes, Mia Farrow, Keira Knightley, Yara Shahidi, and Charlize Theron.

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