Zoe Saldana thinks Hollywood is "elitist".
The 'Live by Night' actress has claimed the mainstream US film industry can be snobbish about action movies - even though they are popular with a large proportion of cinemagoers.
Zoe explained: "Hollywood can have an elitist approach to content - it's all about doing films that will get you nominated and doing films that will get you on the covers of those prestigious magazines - and they disregard the audience that loves action movies."
The 38-year-old beauty said there is a certain level of responsibility than comes with starring in blockbuster movies, as they often act as reference points for young children.
She told #Legend magazine: "When children are lost, they don't look to sophisticated intellectual movies for guidance. Some do, but most look to superheros so they have the imagination to dream.
"I take a lot of pride in filling those faces for those kids."
And Zoe admitted it is important for her, as a leading Hollywood actress, that she embraces the responsibilities of her position.
She shared: "When a person who lives in the public eye embraces that responsibility, they understand what kind of responsibility they can own, and then that celebrity really succeeds.
"Not just physically but also spiritually."
This comes shortly after Zoe - who gave birth to a baby boy called Zen in February - said it would be "unforgivable" if she left her newborn son and her two-year-old twins Cy and Bowie behind when she travelled for work.
The actress - who is married to Italian artist Marco Perego - previously said: "I've always believed in the power of having people around you who support you and make you better. We shift tasks around so Marco and I can have time together. Our [life coach] is teaching us to find a way to live a high quality life so we can afford to be rested.
"It's very stressful. But it would be more taxing on my heart if I left them behind. My husband can't do it either. It's unforgivable. Once they start school, that takes precedence. But for now, where I go, they go."