Again there is controversy over new movies centering on popular characters. Hugh Grant as Oompa Loompa in wonka you can count on criticism from other actors due to its length. And that only one person of the ‘seven dwarfs’ is short snow White it also causes furrowed eyebrows.
When a new movie comes out around a popular character, there’s a mess. That now seems to be a fact. Whether it’s Pocahontas is that it is too western, the place in China where the recordings of mulan goods or the color of Ariel’s skin The little Mermaidalways follow criticism.
For example, actors Brad Williams and Dylan Postl are now not happy that Hugh Grant was cast as the Oompa Loompa in the movie. wonka. The Oompa Loompas are little people in the book. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, known in the Netherlands as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. “There are little actors who dream of being in a big production like this new version,” Postl said. “These papers were made for people of my height and now they take them away from us? That doesn’t feel good.”
Williams doesn’t appreciate the choice either, the actor said on Twitter. Hugh Grant as an Oompa Loompa? I don’t know what to think about that. Part of me says, “Hey, we’re more than just elves and goblins and Oompa Loompas,” but then this comes out and I want to scream, “How dare they pick a little human as an Oompa Loompa?” #NotMyWonka.”
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The remake of the classic Disney movie is also around Snow White and the Seven Dwarves it was critical this week. In images from the recordings in Bedfordshire, England, seven people were walking in a field, one of whom was short. The charge is that the film is so “politically correct” that the seven dwarfs are reintroduced, but now as “magical creatures” of all shapes and sizes.
Previously there was harsh criticism from actor Peter Dinklage, known for his role as Tyrion Lannister in the HBO series. game of Thrones. The actor himself has dwarfism and thinks that the story is no longer up to date. “I was a bit surprised when they proudly said they would cast a Latina actress as Blancanieves. You’re still telling the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Dinklage said. “You’re progressive in a way, but you’re still doing that damn old-fashioned story about seven dwarfs living together in a cave. What the hell are you doing, man?”
Disney took the criticism to heart. “To avoid reinforcing stereotypes from the original animated film, we are treating these seven characters differently and have consulted with people with dwarfism,” the company said. Meanwhile, it looks like a mix of all lengths, widths, skin colors, and genders has been chosen.
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