Nancy Meyers Slams Critics Who Focus On The Gorgeous Kitchens And Houses In Her Films: ‘It’s Never Done To Male Directors’

Nancy Meyers has hit out at critics who focus their attention on how gorgeous the domestic interiors are in her movies.

Meyers, who directed “It’s Complicated” and “Something’s Gotta Give”, was asked by Mindy Kaling at a conference organized by the Producers Guild of America about people commenting on her stunning designs.

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She said, according to The Hollywood Reporter: “I don’t love when a journalist or critic will pick up on that aspect [of the film’s design] because they’re missing why it works.

“It’s a cheap shot. It’s never done to male directors who make gorgeous movies, or where the leads live in a great house.

“It’s never brought up. With me, it’s an easy thing to go after but I am not going to change it.”

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Meyers hasn’t directed a feature film since “The Intern” back in 2015 but she did produce the 2017 flick “Home Again”.

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