It's (to me at least) extremely boring when watching it now.A wave of critical and word-of-mouth praise has helped Jordan Peele's "Get Out" become the first stealth hit of 2017. Jackson has turned up the heat on a long-simmering debate by pointing out what he thinks is a key oversight: that a film about the American black experience stars an actor that doesn't have any first-hand knowledge of the American black experience. During an interview with New York radio station Hot 97.1 earlier this week, Jackson criticized the casting of actor Daniel Kaluuya, who plays an African American photographer in the horror movie, mixed with biting social commentary. Jackson thinks too many black British actors are being cast in American roles.“There are a lot of black British actors in these movies,” the actor told Hot 97 on Tuesday (via The Guardian).Online dating services allow users to become "members" by creating a profile and uploading personal information including (but not limited to) age, gender, sexual orientation, location, and appearance.
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Jackson’s comments haven’t gone over well with other black British actors, including “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” star John Boyega.
After the interview started circulating online, the actor tweeted, “Black brits vs African American.
Voice Directors: Charlie Adler, Keythe Farley US Premiere: Aug 11, 1991US Conclusion: Jun 08, 2004US Home Media: Oct 06, 2011Seasons: 9Episodes: 173Animation Studio: Nickelodeon Popularity: 33rd All Time, 48th This Week Franchise: Rugrats Characters on BTVA: 751Am I the only one that never really cared for this show?