Media Consumers for Entertainment Equality
Today marks the release date of Mass Effect III, which is the first installment of the video game trilogy to allow players to choose a male avatar and romance another male character. screenshot from a romance scene from Mass Effect 3 (spoilers) One of the hallmarks of Biowares storytelling is the nuanced portrayals of relationships […]
Hollywood’s diversity problem was on full display at the 84th Academy Awards. Why blackface still matters.
A coalition of Asian American actors studies diversity and Broadway and finds that Asian Americans only make up 1.6% of roles.
Platinum Studios is again trying to market “The Weapon”, but there is no mention of David Henrie this time around…
Our review and reasons for watching “Red Tails”
Check out our early review of the sequel graphic novel “Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Promise Part 1”!
In our last blog post about the casting of Tom Cruise in All You Need is Kill, we mentioned the 1997 adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein’s seminal science fiction novel, Starship Troopers. The main character of Starship Troopers by Heinlein: Juan Rico, a Filipino hero (rare in science fiction even today.) The main character of […]
Maybe Asian American actors are like poor Keiji Kiriya: doomed to constantly relive missed opportunities.
Kristina Wong on her new show, CAT LADY and the freedom of performance art!
The gears are spinning again for a “Kung Fu” remake. Yes, that Kung Fu, the same television show from the 1970s that rejected Bruce Lee, cast a white actor instead, and infuriated a famous Avatar: The Last Airbender actor… On October 31st Deadline reported that actor Bill Paxton is in negotiations to direct a remake […]