Arquette wins the Oscar for best supporting actress for her role as a single mother in Boyhood. Arquette calls for wage equality in her acceptance speech.
To every woman who gave birth, to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation, we have fought for everybody else’s equal rights. It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all and equal rights for women in the United States of America.
Swank, Moore, Dern, Arquette, Witherspoon, Adams, and Jones appear on the cover of a November 2014 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. They talk about their bravest moments as an actress and if their children became actors. Witherspoon:
It’s a wonderful business. I feel like I’ve seen the world. I’ve met amazing people. I used to have all these regrets; I didn’t finish college. And about a year ago it was like, “Why would I regret not finishing college?” I’ve had a wonderful life and I’ve been everywhere and I’ve gotten to work with creative people and tell stories. That’s all I ever wanted to do. So if [my kids] wanted to do it, I’d be very encouraging. I do think it’s hard. I would definitely illuminate all the difficulties. But my kids don’t seem to gravitate toward it anyway. So we’ll see.
Arquette appears on the cover of a July 2014 issue of Stella UK magazine.
Arquette and Jane split. Jane’s rep:
The split is completely amicable and their prime focus is their daughter. They ask that their privacy be respected at this time.
Arquette appears on the cover of the May 2002 issue of Paper magazine.
Arquette appears on the cover of the March 1998 issue of Total Film magazine.
Arquette appears on the cover of the December 1996 issue of Harpers and Queen magazine.