Kate Winslet rose to fame in the 90s and 2000s.
In an interview with Vogue, the 47-year-old British comedian recalls how the media treated her in the 1990s. She was only 22 when Titanic came out and the bullying began.
“I’m not going to lie, I learned to take care of myself the hard way,” the actress told the magazine. What I remember vividly is when I made the movie “Titanic” and it was released to the public. I was shocked and dismayed by the way the mainstream media vilified me. »
The Oscar winner pointed out that the media mocked her body, which forced her to hide from the paparazzi for fear of humiliation. If attacks on the body were frequent in the 90s and 2000s, Kate Winslet assures that today this “no longer happens” in the press. On the other hand, the Expose the body Yet it did not disappear.
“Of course, these things happen on social media, in people’s homes and when the public shares their views — some have something to say. But I think the mainstream media has stopped being so irresponsible and biased,” the actress said.
On May 26, Kate Winslet will serve as president of the L’Oreal Paris’s Lights on Women award at the Cannes Film Festival – an annual awards program that celebrates women short filmmakers.
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