Elisabeth Moss (37, "The Handmaid's Tale") was recently given an impending marriage to Tom Cruise (57, "Knight and Day"). In an interview with "Bild am Sonntag" she clarifies this and other rumors and comments on sexism in Hollywood.
No relationship with Tom Cruise
The cover of a US magazine announced the great love between Elisabeth Moss and Tom Cruise, there was talk of engagement and wedding. Moss clarifies: "There is no love story with Tom." Instead, she is single and puts her energy into her work as an actress. "The Invisible" has just been released in cinemas – with great success. On Instagram, she shared her joy that "the number one film in America has a woman at the top." She also shows her middle finger to the world.
Does Hollywood Get Better?
"The Invisible" takes up an old story by H.G. Wells (1866-1946), which focuses on abuse and domestic violence. In the interview, she spans the arc of the film's story on current social problems: "Nobody believes in women in the film, just like nobody believed in women at the beginning in Hollywood."
Meanwhile, the behavior in Hollywood has changed: "There is more courtesy, more respect for one another." She was lucky enough never to have been sexually assaulted. The feminist is also "proud" of her role in "The Handmaid's Tale": "It is an honor for me that the red cloak is now a symbol of women's rights and resistance."