Jodie Foster Says Studios Are Scared
Jodie Foster Says Studios Are Scared

Jodie Foster Says Studios Are Scared of Women

Hollywood’s current obsession with big-budget tentpoles is holding the movie business back when it comes to creating more films by and for women, Jodie Foster said at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday.

“Studio executives are scared period,” she said. “This is the most risk averse time that I can remember in movie history.”

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