Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg give the perfect parody of a sexist interview
It's the classic case. Men in Hollywood are interviewed and asked about their careers, what's up for them next, and even what they do in their spare time. Women are constantly asked about their love life, how they manage to "balance it all," or what fashion accessory they are obsessed with.
Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg, stars of the upcoming film "American Ultra," decided to spin the tables on those sexist interviews.
Thanks to Funny or Die, Stewart asks Eisenberg everything from "Are you seeing anyone at the moment?" to "Who are your favorite designers." As for Eisenberg, he asks Stewart questions like "How did you bulk up for the role?" and "Have you always been funny?"
This isn't the first times celebrities have tried to shy away from those materialistic questions. Last year at the Oscars, Reese Witherspoon started the hashtag #Askhermore in hope that reporters would ask the celebs more about the film they were nominated for, rather than who they were wearing.
Here's to less fashion questions and more career focused questions.
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