Captain Marvel Star Gemma Chan Opened Up About “Improvements Over The Past Few Years” In Hollywood

The positive changes being made in Hollywood have been praised by Captain Marvel and The Eternals star Gemma Chan.

Speaking to Radio Times about that women’s opportunities and color-blind casting inside the film industry ‘s nucleus, she stated: “I’ve been working as an actor for 13 years and there’s a definite shift in what I’m being put up for now.

“I recently saw The Personal History of David Copperfield [starring Dev Patel] and the casting was incredible. There’s a way to go, but I’m seeing definite improvement.”

Chan continued to point to acclaimed TV shows such as Fleabag ‘s favorite Phoebe Waller-Bridge and I May Destroy You as perfect examples of the changing mindset towards women’s art.

“There have been improvements over the past few years. But for a long time, the perception was that programmes like this were just for women.

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“The pressures women face had been something I’d been talking to my girlfriends about for a while,” she added. “Women have far more options than they used to – there’s a chance to work and have a family, but also an expectation that you can have it all.”

The 37-year-old actress has gradually advanced from the successful UK shows like Fresh Meat and Humans to the big-screen box office successes over the last decade.

Outside the superhero genre, Chan will be next star in the comedy Let Them All Talk,  by Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh, opposite Meryl Streep.