Media Consumers for Entertainment Equality
Red Dawn is coming to theaters this Thanksgiving. Read Racebending’s early review of the wince-inducing remake.
Hollywood’s diversity problem was on full display at the 84th Academy Awards. Why blackface still matters.
Maybe Asian American actors are like poor Keiji Kiriya: doomed to constantly relive missed opportunities.
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 [...]
Racebending.com blogger Gabrial Canada takes a personal look at the racebending of a gangster icon.
Our video of our 2011 Comic Con panel, “Diversity and Fandom 102″ is finally online!
Ben Affleck casts himself as Latino CIA Agent Tony Mendez in “Argo.” Read on for more about how this casting signifies a lost opportunity for minority actors.
Columbia Pictures is bringing the 21 Jump Street franchise back to the forefront, but not the series’ diverse leads…
While Jennifer Lawrence, the actress recently cast as The Hunger Games‘ Katniss Everdeen, does not physically resemble her character, the media and fans alike often defend her casting by pointing out, “but she’s a talented actress!” Both the media, director Gary Ross and author Suzanne Collins have attempted to portray concerns about potential whitewashing as [...]