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There’s no denying that would be a huge feat in a major motion picture like ; a film that will have wide reach, from young girls and boys up through adults who enjoyed the original series and are even a little bit curious to see the newest incarnation.
The "Bridesmaids" star forgot that she had scheduled a blind date the same time as her appearance -- so, Kristen thought it would be a good idea to have her unsuspecting suitor meet her on the set of the late night show ...
On Thursday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the actress stopped by to chat about her upcoming "Spoils of Babylon" series, when she realized that she was "double booked" for the night.
I wanted to let that come out in this character.“I wasn’t like, ‘And now you should wink at them.’ This is stuff that is coming out of Kate! That’s why it’s so terrible when writer-directors say, ‘Stick to the script!
’ Why would you hire these people who have these enormous personalities and then just cut them off?
So much like Kate, Jillian is queer, thinly-veiled.
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It’s not discussed, only hinted at, and something queer women (and women in general) will likely pick up on more than men. It’s not about the women at the center finding love or companionship with a man (another reason fanboys will hate it, I’m sure), but about their intelligence and ability to save the world from ghosts, despite sexism, lack of financial support and all-around doubt from the people (mostly men) who surround them.
So I hope kids today can watch the movie and grow up with the goal of finding those bonds, not chasing a boyfriend because they ‘need’ one.”If we’re to assume that the other women in the film are heterosexual (Erin being the only one who seems interested in men, specifically Chris Hemsworth‘s airhead character, Kevin), then we can just as easily assume Jillian is queer.
Because even though it’s not the point, it’s still important to us as queer viewers who are waiting for mainstream movies to stop using us as stereotypes and jokes and as major characters of a summer blockbuster action film.
That said, Jillian’s sexual identity (like the rest of the Ghostbusters’) doesn’t necessarily factor into the story, but it is visible enough for us to see it how we’re used to—through subtext and innuendo and her undeniable swagger.
Would it be fantastic to hear or see Jillian confirm in some way on-screen that she is queer?