Elisabeth Moss blacked out on Emmys stage

Elisabeth Moss blacked out on Emmys stage

The actress took the award for her portrayal of Offred in the acclaimed adaptation of Margaret Attwood's dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale.

The actress will play a married Chicago woman who becomes pregnant in Call Jane, based on the true story of a 1960s movement called the Jane Collective, according to The Hollywood Reporter. " Moss plays a woman who turns to the group after an unexpected pregnancy".

Robbie Brenner is producing the indie along with Jeff Kwatinetz and Kevin McKeon of The Firm.

At the Emmy awards this past Sunday, Elisabeth Moss wore a lovely pale pink dress with a clutch and shoes to match - but what you couldn't see was her hidden message to the patriarchy. Issues of social justice - ranging from income inequality, to mental illness, to politics, to feminism - also surface through her work in "The Square", "High-Rise", "Truth", "Mad to Be Normal" and, of course, "Mad Men".

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And the themes of the potential evils of technology will once again be at the fore. He and Miller have a writers' room hammering out the script.

ELISABETH MOSS let her feisty feet do the talking on Emmys night, it has emerged. Finally winning was an "incredible" feeling, she added.

"I think this is a dream", she said during her incredibly emotional speech". However, she quickly doubled back on that, noting later that the show is "obviously" feminist after all.

"People keep asking me, 'Why do you pick these strong, feminist roles?' and it's a question that I'm grappling with".

The 35-year-old stars speech was bleeped out after she swore while paying tributes to her mother but Moss says it was a surreal moment for her to be on the stage, reported E!