If Male Characters in Movie Scripts Were Described Like Female Characters
Posted on February 13, 2016 at 3:23 pm
A producer in Hollywood has been tweeting the idiotic, objectifying, and sexist descriptions of female characters in movie scripts. He calls them all “Jane.”
JANE, 28, athletic but sexy. A natural beauty. Most days she wears jeans, and she makes them look good.
JANE – his wife, 30’s, beautiful, wearing lingerie – applies lipstick in front of a mirror, making it into an erotic show.
Across from him, his wife, JANE. Also 40, still a knockout. The soft candlelight makes her beauty glow.
JANE, with lengthy blonde hair, enters. Attractive in an effortless way, she carries an alluring and yet forward charm behind a bold smile.
Slate has taken it one step further, imagining male characters described that way.
A vision in brown robes that caress his shapely curves, OBI WAN strides toward LUKE, placing his thick, pleasure-ready fingers over LUKE’s eyes before revealing the supple visage beneath his hood in a rapid striptease.