I tried to be as objective as possible when writing this. I’m a woman,.I don’t hate her but oh my God
Men-hating comments aside, her simple attitude alone is enough to show arrogance.
Now, we all know this interview caused much backlash towards Brie. While Chris Hemsworth praised his stunt doubles and trainers, Brie jumped in and said,
“See, this is the thing - I did my stunts because I thought that everyone did!”
Bad choice of words. Really, really bad. Her response contrasted sharply against Chris’s. He was putting himself down and then suddenly Brie tried to put herself up above Chris. Things would have been better if Brie had also given her appreciation to people that helped her in the movie or said something else. Anything else would’ve been better. But she didn’t. This created a black-and-white image to audiences: Chris is a humble man, Brie is an arrogant woman.
For me, she came across as thirsty for compliments and seeking recognition.She tried to show that she’s unique - but in a wrong way
Also, there was a chance to fix her wrongdoings when Chris compared her to Tom Cruise. She could’ve praised Tom for his stunt actions, or even if she doesn’t agree, she could’ve explained what stunt she did that differentiates her from the Mission: Impossible actor, or she could’ve at least made another joke, but she didn’t. Instead, she got offended.
“No, I’ll be the first ME, not Tom Cruise.”
In her eyes, it seems EVERYTHING is negative. She got really defensive over simple, harmless things, like how she got salty over people wondering whether she works out or not.
“Is that a personal attack or something?”
This makes people annoyed - when you just want to know something that isn’t offensive or say something that wouldn’t hurt a soul, and then someone comes up and interprets it as something negative, wouldn’t it piss you off?
But she’s an amazing actress - no denying that. She did lots of charity work and is a role model for many young girls. I hope she can fix that attitude and become a better person.
I simply analyze her behavior and how I interpret it. My negative comments are based on her attitude alone and not because she’s a woman or anything else, because i too am a woman.
Whether you agree or not, it’s your choice.