Michelle Williams says she's being treated differently on set following the #MeToo movement in Hollywood.
The 38-year-old four-time Oscar nominee sat down for an actress roundtable for The Hollywood Reporter alongside Patricia Arquette, Christine Baranski, Emilia Clarke, Danai Gurira and Niecy Nash.
'The dynamic on sets has changed. They don't hug you anymore.' Michelle said of how the response towards women working in the entertainment industry has changed recently.
Life post #MeToo: Michelle Williams talked to The Hollywood Reporter for its latest drama actress Roundtable series
'You don't get a morning grope, you get a handshake now. And I feel like I'm heard in a different way — or that the space has opened up for me to be able to be heard.
'There wasn't even a space before. Like the air was so thick you just figured out how to work underneath or around it.'
The Fosse/Verdon star also discussed her work spearheading the fight against pay disparity after becoming the face of one of the most famous salary inequality scandals in the industry.
'I went to D.C. recently to speak on pay equality … and something that was interesting that was said to me there was that they were so grateful for me coming to tell this story because when you're talking about $10 versus $14, people have a hard time hearing the difference.
'You don't get a morning grope, you get a handshake now. And I feel like I'm heard in a different way — or that the space has opened up for me to be able to be heard.' Michelle told THR
Hollywood talent: The 38-year-old four-time Oscar nominee sat down for an actress roundtable for The Hollywood Reporter alongside Emilia Clarke, Patricia Arquette, Christine Baranski, Danai Gurira and Niecy Nash
'But when you use an example as extreme as mine, it really [drives it home].'
In 2017 the mother-of-one found out she was paid less than costar Mark Wahlberg for starring in All The Money In The World.