Olivia Munn went on an epic rant Thursday night at the 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards against men in Hollywood, ranging from sexual harassment to gender pay gap.
“At this time my friend Niecy Nash and I would like to make a toast to all the good guys in Hollywood,” the 37-year-old actress and host of the evening shared during a segment called “Toast to the Good Guys.” “I’d like to raise a glass to the studio executive who had me meet him in the hotel conference room instead of his actual hotel room.”
“Here’s to the male casting directors who didn’t ever say anything derogatory to me in an audition,” Nash responded.
“Oh, and I’d also like to thank that famous actor who didn’t treat me like crap after I said I didn’t want to get drinks with him after the show,” the “X-Men” star explained. “What a guy, a normal human being.”
“I want to say this quickly, thank you to all of the men for speaking up at the Golden Globes and joining our sisters,” the “Claws” star shared.
“Actually, they didn’t really say much there,” Munn interjected. “I do want to say, by the way, thank you to the producers for paying Niecy and I the same amount of money and Mark Wahlberg a million dollars. He took a pay cut. It’s nice and generous of him. Thank you so much.”
“Well, okay. Here’s to the rest of the good guys,” Nash concluded.
The last comment was a reference to Wahlberg reportedly making $1.5 million for the reshoots of Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” compared to his co-star Michelle Williams who made less than $1,000.