Originally Posted by venom lyrix
In a world where we scream and cry for racial equality and non-judgement, there is a slew of hypocritical people coming out the woodwork because of this story. What does it matter if he's black and she's white. I'm sure there will find a way to make it work.
Hypocritical? People of all races complain that figures who were likely not white are potrayed as white(Jesus and St. Nicholas) in the media and that stories centered on black people, for the longest amount of time, where believed to be white (creation of rock and roll for instance).
Being fine with doing the reverse is hypocritical.
Originally Posted by lamekilla
Still waiting on an Incredibles sequel, especially if finding nemo got one...
Pixar has already said they have no intention on making a sequel. Odd considering it is their only movie whos ending was made with a sequel in mind.
Originally Posted by BLASTERCOMBO
What a reach lol. We're talking about a comic book movie, not the civil rights movement. I don't care that there's a black actor. What I'm getting at is that they're brother and sister. They should both either be black or whatever other race they choose.
I care if he is black. They should be making movies surrounding black characters instead of making white characters black. Even when they do it in the comics it is stupid unless it is done for a good reason. I care a lot more about what happens to Miles Morales, Black Panther, Storm, and even currently lower rate characters like Cpt Universe than what happens to Nick Fury Jr (who is a lame character in 616 anyway). Instead of rebooting X-Men and doing a good job at it, giving us an awesome Storm, they pull this crap?
Originally Posted by Uptempo kid
Yeah that's my only problem with the casting... they seem so young.
This too. The guys making this movie have no respect for the comics.