The Presidential Debate was last night and there were six moments that everyone is still talking about! Some big moments included Hillary Clinton's use of the phrase "Trumped-Up Trickle-Down," and Donald Trump's use of "Braggadocious." Read more here...
Here’s what the 22-year-old American Pastoral actress shared:
On growing up in front of the camera: “I don’t think it’s had much of an effect. I think of myself as a confident person. Of course, everyone has things they wish they could change—anyone who says they don’t is a big liar! But when you’re acting, if you’re doing it for the right reasons, it’s about so much more than the way you look.”
On the gender-wage gap in Hollywood: “It’s frustrating that you still have to talk about it. As part of my school, I’ve studied lots of different periods, and if you go back to, like, The Taming of the Shrew, it’s talking about the disparity between genders, and it’s crazy that we still haven’t cracked that.”
On her personal philosophy of life: “I am a woman, and I’m very proud of that. I love men. I believe all human beings are equal and should be treated accordingly. I try not to worry about things, and I always say to myself that one day what you’re experiencing will be a memory.”
Dakota is also pictured below, running errands around New York City on Tuesday (September 27).
Milton’s Secret is a film about family and the uncertain times families live in. Milton (William Ainscough) is a 12 year-old boy growing up in an economically and socially unpredictable world. His mother and father (Mia Kirshner, David Sutcliffe) are workaholics with marital and financial problems, and he is bullied at school. When his grandfather (Donald Sutherland) visits, Milton learns rehashing the past and worrying about the future are preventing him from finding true happiness.
‘Milton’s Secret’ Trailer
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