The 'American Woman' stars that the push to cast people in roles of the same background is becoming "fascistic."
Touching on the Time's Up movement, Sienna Miller said she recently received the biggest paycheck she's had since she started acting.
‘The Lost City of Z’ arrives in cinemas this week heralded by a host of superlative critical notices including a 5 star review from The Telegraph’s Robbie Collin who called it “an instant classic”. The film tells the story of Colonel Percy Fawcett, a famed British explorer who charted the Amazonian rainforest in the early part of the 20th century, and we’re thrilled to share an exclusive new clip from the film featuring Tom Holland as his son Jack, and Sienna Miller as his wife Nina.
Since being filmed in 2007, British ’60s-set drama ‘Hippie Hippie Shake’ has been firmly stuck in development hell, and now its star Sienna Miller says it’ll probably never see the light of day. “I don’t know what’s happening [with ‘Hippie Hippie Shake’],” Sienna Miller told Yahoo Movies while promoting her new film ‘Live By Night’.
Sienna Miller says being seen as a “celebrity” held her back early in her career and now that she’s stepped back from the limelight she’s being taken more seriously as an actor. Just recently she’s moved on from bit parts in films like ‘G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra’ to meaty character roles in awards contenders like ‘Foxcatcher’, ‘American Sniper’, ‘High-Rise’, and the new Ben Affleck-directed ‘Live By Night’ (in cinemas now). “I look back on some of the work that i’ve done that I’m very proud of, performance-wise,” Miller explains to Yahoo Movies in our video above.