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bobtheaxeman

Characters should be portrayed as their source material intended, however creative or lose adaptations are also fine. Historical characters or those with cultural significance should be as accurate as possible, unless the intention is satire, parody, ect.

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demonicos

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wijiy4157geeek

that would mean theres nothing wrong to cast a white actor for a black character

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kapparoni

Most of the times 9gaggers are just making a big deal of nothing. No big deal if a black person plays a fictional white character. Just watch something else if it bothers you so much. Not worth crying about something like that.

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angelusarkadius

Unless it has to do with the character (eg Luke Cage should be black) then who really friggin cares?

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dashjuice

The point is not about the skin color, it’s about the fact that they’re not even trying to find a suitable one.

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oddleifur

Being part of a minority doesn’t allow you to be racist, having favoritism with a race is racism even if it’s a minority

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urfinallyawake

Hello I am a wannabe policecop and I'm here to tell you that it's forbidden to be creative with characters' appearances because of a rule I pulled out of my ass

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dakodab3

Tropic Thunder is the most culturally diverse movie, change my mind

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gwilliams93

Established characters should be portrayed in their most memorable form

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