- Bradley Cooper talked about it at promotional event for his latest film "Burnt"
- Bradley Cooper applauded his former co-star Jennifer Lawrence for speaking out about Hollywood's gender pay gap
- He said it was high time to start fixing the problem.
- "Would people listen if another woman said it?," he asked.
- "She worked everyday on that movie and got paid nothing. It's really horrible actually, it's almost embarrassing," Cooper said.
- Adams "should have been paid more than everybody" for her work on the film, Cooper added, saying he hoped Lawrence's essay would "allow people like Amy to also speak up."
- Cooper said he has would start teaming up with his future female co-stars to negotiate salaries before any film he is interested in working on goes into production.
- "I don't know where it's changing otherwise but that's something that I could do," Cooper said.