Matt Smith has pronounced that the review on passionate nuisance shouldn’t stop at the party industry.
The 35-year-old actor told the Telegraph Magazine that he has been ‘objectified by men’ before, ‘just like women’.
‘The review shouldn’t stop at this attention just since these are “celebrities” who we know about who are involved. It has to be broader.
‘People in other industries have to have a height to be listened as well. What happens to the cleaner or the lady who works in a garments shop?
‘That’s not to contend we haven’t been objectified before by men, since we have – just like women are objectified. It is not disdainful to them. This happens to men, too.’
The actor is due to return to the screens as Prince Philip in Netflix series The Crown alongside Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II on Dec 8.
Smith also talked politics with the magazine, observant he had voted Remain in Brexit since he ‘knew it would be the f***ing automobile pile-up that it is’.
‘I demeanour at the people we have inaugurated in energy and just consider they’re the teachers who would have pissed me off at school,’ he added. ‘MPs’ bulletin is just so obvious.
‘What’s the alternative? Jeremy Corbyn? Do me a favour.’
Oof, not a Labour fan we take it.
The Doctor Who actor, who is dating Downton Abbey singer Lily James, also pronounced he is fervent to start a family soon.
The kids won’t be lifted as Corbyn supporters, we suspect.