It might be 2015 but female actors still receive casting calls like this

It might be 2015 but female actors still receive casting calls like this

Rose McGowan has shared a Hollywood casting call that told her to wear revealing black clothes and a push up bra.

No matter that the actress and director has starred in 51 films and television shows since the early 90s, the makers of this film are seemingly more interested in the size of her bust.

Of particular bewilderment to McGowan was the note that stated: "Please make sure to read the script before coming in so you understand the context of the scenes."

She also appeared to allege that the male star in the film is Adam Sandler through the medium of rhyme. (See: "Madam Panhandler").

A film starring Sandler hit the headlines earlier this year. Back in April, nine Native American actors walked off the set of his upcoming film The Ridiculous Six claiming the script, which called called female characters "No Bra" and "Beaver's Breath", was disrespectful to their heritage.

A spokesperson for the Netflix-produced film said at the time: "The movie has ridiculous in the title for a reason: because it is ridiculous. It is a broad satire of Western movies and the stereotypes they popularised."

And double standards in Hollywood were again criticised last week as Sandler and Kevin James rocked up on the red carpet for the premiere of Hotel Transylvania 2 in sweat pants and loosely-fitting t-shirts while female co-star Selena Gomez was dressed to the nines.

A "source close to" Sandler's production company told People magazine of McGowan's tweet: "They [Sandler and his team] were not aware the casting director sent this note out. They felt it was completely inappropriate and have made sure that it has not been sent out again." has contacted Adam Sandler’s agent for comment on McGowan's tweet.

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