It looks like Keira Knightley’s finally had enough criticism over her weight and size.
In an interview with Access Hollywood [via Yahoo] during the press junket for ‘Anna Karenina’, Knightley went on record saying, “I think the pressure we put on women to either be thinner or fatter or to have longer legs or shorter legs or bigger breasts or smaller breasts is disgusting. It's amazing in 2012 that that level of misogyny over women is still there... Particularly over young women. We pull them apart."
She also talks about whether she thought of herself as a role model for young women, saying, “I'm a person. I'm completely flawed and nobody should look up to me as a role model. But, hopefully what I can do is make some interesting stories."
Knightley also talks about her titular role of Anna in ‘Anna Karenina’, saying that the role was challenging for her - "I loved [Anna] all the time, I don't necessarily know that I liked her some of the time. She's terrifying, because she really makes you go, 'Am I any better than she is? Do I have the right to judge her?' I think, everybody being human, nobody is better... That's why she is so intriguing."