Jessica Biel isn’t a great actress by any stretch of the imagination, but don’t tell her that. She’s under the impression that it’s her beauty that’s keeping her from landing those juicy film roles. She tells the June issue of Allure via Us:
“Yeah, it really is a problem. I have to be blunt.”
“I’m in there with everybody else, fighting for the good parts. Yes, The Illusionist has made a difference — but a huge, massive difference, so I can pick and choose what I want? No.”
“I just want an opportunity. If you don’t like the audition, don’t hire me! But if you don’t want to even see me — that’s hurtful. And why? You know nothing about me!”
Maybe the real problem is those linebacker shoulders Biel somehow managed to to sculpt in the last four years. Casting agents find that intimidating. They want you to get the part by banging you on a dirty couch. They don’t want you to get the part by you threatening to punch their testicles so hard into their body that they’ll be tasting them for the next month.