Zoë Kravitz thinks female-led films will become ''a gimmick''.

The 26-year-old actress believes comedies starring women in leading roles such as 'Bridesmaids' will become a Hollywood ''fad'', even though she admitted the industry is becoming more equal.

She explained: ''There's a shift happening, but I don't think we should get too excited yet.

''We have to make sure it doesn't become a fad: ''Bridesmaids'! Oh! That's funny! It's funny to get a bunch of girls doing crude s**t.'

''I don't want it to become: 'This is the female version, because that sells now.' That's how this industry works: they find what sells and they turn it into a gimmick. They take all of the soul out of it.''

The 'Mad Max: Fury Road' star - who is the daughter of Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz - continued to blast the movie industry by insisting filmmakers are too safe with their scripts which means the majority of flicks are ''really boring'' compared to those which were being released 20 years ago.

She told The Guardian newspaper: ''I think a lot of films now are really, really boring because no one's willing to offend anymore.

''Everything's become so PC. If you watch any movie that was made before the mid-90s, there are things that are being said and done that no one would dare do now.''