Going on to reveal she's been "fighting" for equal pay for years, Wood admitted she's been on the same pay wavelength for some time-something she hopes isn't because she's a woman. Or, like, Ed Harris.
Westworld Season 2 airs on Sunday, April 22 on HBO. "Tina, if you're here, I'm so sorry we got off on the wrong foot", Wood shouted.
"I was just told that, you know, 'Hey you're, you're getting equal pay.' I was like, 'I have never been paid the same as my male counterparts ..."
The conversation around equal pay has been a hot button issue in the entertainment world.
"If I were Elsie, I would certainly want a little retribution", the actress said of her characters' possible interaction with Bernard in season two. I was like, 'I have never been paid the same as my male counterparts.
It looks like we'll all be getting more Westworld for our money when the critically-acclaimed cowboy/sci-fi drama returns to TV next week, with co-showrunner Jonathan Nolan revealing that the series will have a few extra-long episodes this year.
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La dernière étape entre Rattenberg et Innsbruck (164,2 km) a été remportée l'Ukrainien Mark Padun (Bahrain-Merida). Mais le franc-comtois a assuré l'essentiel en se plaçant devant Pazzovivo (9e) et Lopez (7e).
In addition to pushing boundaries in her real life, Wood explained that her "Westworld" character would also be breaking barriers in the show's new season.
In her same conversation about pay with The Wrap, Evan Rachel Wood spoke to how her pay had previously plateaued, and how often women are not paid as well simply due to their sex. However, she received quite a surprise when she was told that in "Westworld" Season 3, she will finally be raking in as much as Ed Harris and Anthony Hopkins, who play the Man in Black and Dr. Robert Ford in the series.
According to the executive, the network is now working toward successfully bridging the gap in salary and opportunities between their male and female employees.
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"When you're putting a show together, people come in with different levels of experience and maybe some people have won awards or something that makes them stand out", Bloys explains, adding that when a successful show is in its second or third season, it's harder to justify giving people disparate salaries.