Actor Laura Harrier Says She Already Sees Time's Up Change On Movie Sets

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 “Style is not a formula for me—it’s instinctual,” Harrier tells InStyle. “I know right away if I like something or not.”

Her gut is the same for scripts. “I’m drawn to roles that address social issues and injustices in the world,” Harrier says. She just wrapped filming Black Klansman, Spike Lee’s upcoming thriller based on the true story of a black undercover cop who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the ’70s, co-produced by Get Out director Jordan Peele. “Working on that set was a surreal and incredible experience.”

“I feel very fortunate to be acting at a time when women and minorities are getting more of a voice,” she says. “We’re in the middle of a moment where barriers are starting to be broken down. But I just want them to be smashed all the way.”