Women have tougher time in Hol­ly­wood: Bryan

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Ac­tor Bryan Cranston (left) feels there is a greater gen­der di­vide in Hol­ly­wood and in­sists men have it much eas­ier. The 61-year-old ac­tor, best known for TV se­ries Break­ing Bad, has blasted the film in­dus­try’s “dou­ble stan­dards”, re­ports fe­male­first.co.uk.

Cranston said, “I think hon­estly there’s prob­a­bly a dou­ble stan­dard to that. I think it’s a lot more dif­fi­cult for women [in Hol­ly­wood].”

There’s an old phrase that said Hol­ly­wood eats up women in their 20s and spits them out in their 30s. “We love youth and beauty. But women have a more dif­fi­cult time. While, they say for a man, ‘he’s get­ting dig­ni­fied, [for] a woman, oh is get­ting older now and it’s un­for­tu­nate,” he added.

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