The disgrace of setting ladies against other ladies occurs everywhere, particularly in films! There's a common perception that in Bollywood or Hollywood, divas are always "supposed" to have "catfights" with fellow peers. Breaking that stain is Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, which stars Angelina Jolie, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Elle Fanning. The three gorgeous ladies recently in an interview got upright about media's depiction of ladies friendships in Hollywood. Fanning sincerely expresses about how the reporters would consistently need to set ladies against one another as they did with her and sister Dakota Fanning. Elle further added, "There's this stigma of, 'If you guys work together there's jealousy on set,' and it's just so not true,"
Proceeding with the discussion, Pfieffer stressed that she shares a great bond with her fellow actresses while Angelina focused on that her longing to help different actresses comes naturally to her."There's so much that [is just] natural. The older a woman grows, there's that maternal desire to nurture," Angelina revealed and added, "Especially when you're on set, or you're in any situation, you want to nurture. You want to look after your colleagues or the people who are younger onset. It's fun." she added.
Talking about her she will be next seen in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil