Emily Ratajkowski (Gone Girl, Cruise) has revealed that she auditioned for the film “Triangle of Sadness.” She auditioned for the part of Yaya in the satirical dark comedy film, but it went to the late actress Charlbi Dean Kriek. So, she opted to step away from the film industry as a whole.
Speaking to Los Angeles Time, Ratajkowski said she was auditioned for “Triangle of Sadness”; the part went to the late Charlbi Dean Kriek. She said, “But I didn’t feel like, ‘Oh, I’m an artist performing and this is my outlet.’ I felt like a piece of meat who people were judging, saying, ‘Does she have anything else other than her [breasts]?’”
Ratajkowski started her modeling career at the age of 14 and later attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for a year before deciding to pursue modeling full-time. She has since modeled for various brands and magazines, including Sports Illustrated, Harper’s Bazaar, and Vogue.
Ratajkowski is best known for her roles in “Gone Girl,” “I Feel Pretty,” and “Cruise.” She is also a writer and has contributed articles to publications such as The New York Times and Vogue.