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Why Did 'Doctor Strange' and 'Ghost in the Shell' Whitewash Their Asian Characters? | Hollywood Reporter

Why Did 'Doctor Strange' and 'Ghost in the Shell' Whitewash Their Asian Characters? This week in cultural appropriation: Scarlett Johansson Tilda Swinton and a conversation between two THR writers.

Even if you've never heard of Hollywood whitewashing, chances are you've seen it anyway. It's a kind of casting where film studios have placed white actors in lead roles under the assumption that the majority of Americans would rather see a white face than a non-white one—despite what the role calls for.

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Asian-American Actors Are Fighting for Visibility. They Will Not Be Ignored. - The New York Times / Actors like Daniel Dae Kim, Constance Wu, BD Wong and Aziz Ansari have become frank critics of their industry, calling out Hollywood for “whitewashing.”

Asian-American Actors Are Fighting for Visibility. They Will Not Be Ignored.

Asian-American Actors Are Fighting for Visibility. They Will Not Be Ignored. - The New York Times / Actors like Daniel Dae Kim, Constance Wu, BD Wong and Aziz Ansari have become frank critics of their industry, calling out Hollywood for “whitewashing.

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The casting of Scarlett Johansson as Major Motoko Kusanagi in the Paramount/DreamWorks adaptation of Japanese anime hit Ghost in the Shell has drawn accusations of "whitewashing" and sparked fierce debate on social media across the Western world. But in the home of the manga and anime cult classic, the reaction to the media firestorm was mostly surprise, as many Japanese had already assumed that the lead role in a Hollywood version of the story would go to a white actress.

Hollywood's Live-action Ghost in the Shell movie finally reveals Scarlett Johansson in costume - SGCafe

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7 anime series that are easier to adapt than Death Note or Ghost in the Shell

Is Hollywood racist for whitewashing Asian characters & appropriating pop culture properties from Asia? Well, the answer might be complicated.

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Like other group “viewing parties,” the Oscars are about gathering friends around a big screen TV, and watching the show. Whether you’re throwing a black-tie event or creating a

"Whitewashing: Making the World Look Whiter than It Is"  Television & Theatrical SAG roles vs. Census Bureau American Population  [click on this image to find a documentary which explores the representation of native people in film]

ethiopienne: “ steviemcfly: “ hollylderr: “ Representation Visualization: Time to Wash Those Men Right out of our Hair ” And that top graphic doesn’t mention that this is including roles like “Waiter.

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