“But, when Me Too and Time’s Up really hit, I would talk to my girlfriends, and we all stepped back and looked at every encounter we’d ever had, and went, wait… We’ve been conditioned to think it’s OK, and that’s the wake-up moment that we are having.” Moss, who was previously married to former star of Global’s “Saturday Night Live” Fred Armisen, also opened up about the difficulties of having a dating life when she’s so busy with acting. I have nothing against getting married again, but what I value even more now is the relationship itself.” RELATED: Elisabeth Moss Elaborates On ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Being ‘A Human Story’ Despite the difficulties of getting into a relationship, Moss did say that she is interested in motherhood at some point down the road. I like the idea of passing on what my mother passed on to me,” she said.
“It’s not for everybody, and I didn’t know if it was going to be for me, but lately, I think it is.
I freak out emotionally and then I actually feel like 'Oh my God, who's this stranger in my house?
and then somewhere around a year or two years, I get freaked out.
Moss stopped by to support her co-star, and that's when she met Armisen. In a 2015 interview with MTV, Moss revealed that she thinks Hiddleston is good at literally everything he does, which only made people (and me) ship them even harder. Neither Moss nor Hiddleston ever confirmed if they were ever a thing; it seems like they just are good pals who work well together.
RELATED: Elisabeth Moss ‘Freaked Out’ When Oprah Revealed She’s A Huge Fan Of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ “I’ve never told a story that so closely paralleled life as it was happening around me, especially life as a 35-year-old woman in America,” she said.
“So the lines have gotten much more blurry than with any other role I’ve ever done.
talking everything from #Me Too to her dating life.
In the June issue of the magazine, the former “Mad Men” star talked about the unique experience of filming “The Handmaid’s Tale” in 2018.