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Actress Kruger says Hollywood changing because ‘men are scared’

PARIS: Hollywood actress Diane Kruger said Monday that the #MeToo movement had scared powerful men but she was afraid that change may be short-lived. The German-born star, who won best actress in May at the Cannes film festival for "In the Fade" -- which is hotly tipped for a best foreign movie Oscar nomination -- told French television that she has never been paid as much as her male co-stars. Yet she insisted that lasting change was only possible with men's help. Kruger said the progress made on harassment since…

Diane Kruger discusses her challenging ‘In The Fade’ role

LOS ANGELES: German-born actress Diane Kruger’s latest role as a woman whose husband and son are killed in an attack in the German movie “In the Fade” left her “physically exhausted” and taking a step back from acting. “I didn’t take a movie for a long time. I just felt like I couldn‘t. I was feeling I was drowning,” Kruger told Reuters. “I just needed time for myself to get my life back in order,” she added. Kruger, known for films such as “Inglourious Basterds” and “Troy,” plays Katja in director Fatih Akin’s…