It’s a fam­ily af­fair

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Goldie Hawn, left, and Kate Hud­son ar­rive at Goldie’s Love In For Kids, in Bev­erly Hills, Cal­i­for­nia. The pair were joined by Goldie’s hus­band Kurt Rus­sell and other fam­ily mem­bers, in­clud­ing Kate’s chil­dren for the char­ity event. Naomie Har­ris thinks the Hol­ly­wood gen­der pay gap is “ridicu­lous” and “un­jus­ti­fi­able”. The Spec­tre ac­tress is the lat­est fe­male movie star to have her say on the on­go­ing in­equal­ity is­sue in Hol­ly­wood and she strongly be­lieves no one can ar­gue that is right for an ac­tress to be paid less than an ac­tor. Speak­ing on the red car­pet at the UK pre­miere of her new film ‘Our Kind of Traitor’ she told BANG Show­biz: “I think the is­sue is ab­so­lutely ridicu­lous that an ac­tress can be paid less than an ac­tor when they are both con­tribut­ing equally to the movie, it doesn’t make sense. “I don’t think it is jus­ti­fi­able in any shape or form. “I don’t think any­one can come up with an ar­gu­ment that makes it jus­ti­fi­able. Es­pe­cially if both ac­tors are com­ing to set ev­ery day and work­ing the same hours. It doesn’t make any sense.” The 39-year-old star plays Gail Perkins in the Bri­tish spy thriller and in the film her al­ter ego is paid more than her hus­band Perry Make­peace, played by Ewan McGre­gor, some­thing which has a ma­jor ef­fect on the char­ac­ters’ re­la­tion­ship.

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