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I assumed they were part of the budget until I get a bill for ,000.I remember standing there shaking, like, I don’t think I have this in the bank.”Like many women inspired by #Times Up, Bryce is determined to start asking for what she’s worth. I didn’t want people to think I wasn’t grateful for opportunities.Though Claire was not the first movie heroine made to do what her male counterpart does but backward and in unrealistic footwear, the movie was released just a few months after the #Ask Her More campaign swept Twitter and awards-season red carpets. “I never thought there would be this whole hoopla, because she worked in an office,” says Bryce.“It seemed logical that she wouldn’t be prepared to be out in the jungle.” Still, the boots Claire wears in— which will hit theaters this June, just a few short months after the Time’s Up movement was launched — were a revelation for Bryce: “The first film for me was so much more challenging, but I didn’t realize it until I had boots on!“My mom grew up in poverty and was terrified that her privileged children were not going to be contributing members of society,” she says.“I realize now, as a parent, that some of the things she did to follow through on teachable moments were a bit extreme.
But other things, like we don’t have trust funds and were told, ‘You’re 14 — you need to get a job,’ I’m so grateful for.