I think if hes going to show up, just let everybody know so then they can make a decision, like, I dont want to see this guy — Im out.
You go in with such great intentions, and Louis was very sweet with me, and I had a very respectful experience. But its obviously very complicated, and I stand with the women who came forward.
Rose Byrne on movies, motherhood and her Instant Family with Mark Wahlberg
Part of the responsibility for C.K.s comeback, according to Byrne, rests with powerful—albeit mysterious in the context of the interview—gatekeepers:
Rose Byrne discusses the importance of portraying the grittier side of parenthood
Its also the gatekeepers around these things who give people the chance to have a comeback. Theyre actually really powerful. I would like to see them being held accountable a little bit more.
Rose Byrne, 39, has discussed the importance of portraying the grittier side of parenthood in an age of aspirational social media.
The actress stars in the new film Instant Families, which sees her and on-screen husband (played by Mark Wahlberg) dealing with the downside of fostering three children.
Speaking to Sunday Life magazine this weekend, the Sydney-born star said she appreciates the films honest portrayal of raising children, as: There is so much aspiration around motherhood and fatherhood and families, particularly around social media.
I am supposed to feel uncomfortable and thats OK: Rose Byrne, 30, has discussed the importance of portraying the grittier side of parenthood in an age of aspirational social media. Pictured here with Rocco
Rose also admitted that she felt uncomfortable playing scenes in Instant Family where her character admitted that she hated her foster children, saying: I felt so exposed. Then I realised thats what its supposed to feel like, I am supposed to feel uncomfortable and thats OK.
The Hollywood star is the mother of two children, Rocco, two, and Rafa, one, who she shares with partner Bobby Cannavale.
I felt so exposed: The Sydney-born actress said she had to realise that parenting isnt always perfect
Rose remains one of the few Hollywood actresses still known for her body of work, rather than her celebrity.
The actress made her screen debut in her native Australia in 1992 in Dallas Doll, before her first leading role in the 2000 film, The Goddess of 1967.
Presenting these sorts of ideas is what life is like in reality: Rose (above) said of the importance of telling gritter stories about motherhood on the big screen
Instant family: Rose will star in the offbeat comedy Instant Family with actor Mark Wahlberg, with the pair forced to contend with the challenges of being foster parents to three children