While Demi Moore implemented a no-phone rule during family dinners, her daughter Rumer Willis is calling her out for breaking it.
Willis shared this while speaking to the Huffington Post about Quentin Tarantino’s no-phone policy on set and how it is similar to the rule her mother made. The actress appeared in Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
“It’s a loose rule,” Willis, 30, shared, adding her mother “sometimes” didn’t follow that rule. “I mean all of us really Error: Break shortcode syntax invalid.”
Willis continued, “Our phones have invaded so much of our lives. There’s so much that we’re not experiencing because we’re trying to capture [things].”
“I can’t tell you how many videos I’ve taken of a concert where I’ve literally never watched them again,” she added.
As for what it’s like to work on the set of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood the actress said:
“Normally, you walk off set, everyone is on their phone, checking Instagram, you’re immediately out of what you’re doing.” She continued, “Then you have to kind of jump back in and get the engine restarted almost.”
Willis went on to talk about working with Margot Robbie, “Most of all my stuff was with Margot Robbie, who’s so unbelievably lovely and so talented. It was amazing because we then just got to talk. You’re talking with the wardrobe [department] and everybody and just connecting more and being a part of the whole experience.”
Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood is now in theaters worldwide.
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