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Without belaboring the point, illustrates how “just jokes” can be damaging, too.Riggs is out to put the “show in chauvinism”, but he doesn’t seem to really believe the chauvinism sh*t he’s shoveling, he just saw an opportunity to make some money and get some press and he’s making the most of it.Alan Cumming is on hand as fashion designer Ted Tinling, who designed the tennis outfits for the Women’s Tennis Association, and he gives King many meaningful looks and a sympathetic hug and tells her that someday they can be who they truly are without fear of reprisal.Combining King’s struggle for equal pay with her personal struggle with her sexuality and marriage is a nice piece of intersectionality that illustrates how it’s all related, and how even if King achieves equal pay, she still won’t have Equality, as long as she’s not free to be open about who she really is.But then Ted shows up to MAKE SURE that we get it, and not unlike is an entertaining and inspiring story about a dogged woman winning against men who don’t take her seriously enough, and it’s a timely story to be retold.
It’s a broad movie, meant to appeal widely, but ideas are seeded well in the story, particularly a compare-and-contrast between Riggs and Kramer.Just one month later, Jennifer gushed about Emma in Vanity Fair.The two were introduced by Woody Harrelson and the rest is history.Stone made an incredible million in pre-tax earnings, according to Forbes' calculations over a 12-month period from June 2016 to June 2017.
Stone portrayed struggling actress Mia in La La Land which grossed a massive 5.3 million at the global box office.
Billie Jean King is a better character, better written, and this is now a classic case of “won an Oscar for the wrong movie”.