So Brave. So Stunning! This might be one Bond movie I’ll go see! The others have been so white and so male centric and chauvinist why bother https://t.co/POEGgMx5Ws— Liberal Larry ? (@larrydaliberal) July 14, 2019
Finally, they've got a #JamesBond007 that is true to the literary character!— Viet Chong (@homeless543) July 14, 2019
I thought Dalton was great, but I'm crying tears of joy after hearing the news.
You go guurrrrrrl! pic.twitter.com/eaZI8CP9Yj
Are you noticing a trend?
Woke Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
Woke Trek: Discovery (2018 and 2019)
“Since the announcement that Chloe x Halle singer Halle Bailey would play Ariel in the upcoming live-action film, there’s been a heated discussion about whether a black woman should play a character who is white in Disney’s original animated film.
Disney cable channel Freeform defended the casting on Instagram, reminding readers that the author of the adapted fairy tale, Hans Christian Andersen, was Danish and suggested that the mermaid could have been, too.”
Danish mermaids can be black because Danish *people* can be black,” read the statement, titled, “An open letter to the Poor, Unfortunate Souls,” a reference to one of the animated movie’s songs. …”
“Since Daniel Craig announced he was standing down as James Bond, debate has raged whether the next 007 should be a woman, or black.
Now The Mail on Sunday can reveal that she will be both – thanks to the intervention of feminist TV writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
In what’s been called a ‘popcorn-dropping moment’, British star Lashana Lynch, will be given Bond’s licence to kill in the 25th movie in the franchise, currently being shot in Italy and the UK. …”
There’s no agenda here.
Really … it is all one big coincidence. It’s progress. Also, if you have a problem with it and don’t think this is an improvement over the original, then you are just a racist bigot.
I don’t watch any of this garbage. I doubt many people in our audience do either. Do you remember when movies and television was still watchable though growing up in the 1980s and 1990s?