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BIPOC actors want inclusion to apply to villain characters too.

Jan 24 2023

BIPOC actors want inclusion to apply to villain characters too. Kumail Nanjiani’s latest role is a man who was accused of arson, fraud, and murder for hire—but he says a White actor would likely have gotten the role if it wasn’t based on the true story of the Indian entrepreneur who created Chippendales. According to Nanjiani, “people don’t want to cast non-white people as bad guys,” because of “fear of misinterpretation.” While diversity is clearly growing in Hollywood, YPulse’s data shows that Gen Z and Millennials feel there is still a lot that could be done to improve representation, and that includes allowing BIPOC actors to explore all kinds of roles. (NextShark)