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The film is based on the true story where a group of Asian American students and their teacher applied card counting to win significantly in gambling. The originating comic book mini-series featured the character as Sheriff Eben Olemaun, who is of Inuit descent. In the science fiction film, Bob Balaban plays the Indian character Dr. In the science fiction film, Jenette Goldstein plays the Latina character Private Vasquez in brownface. One of the actors, Emma Stone , portrayed the character Allison Ng; the character is stated as having a mother of Swedish descent and a father of half Native Hawaiian and half Chinese descent.
In the historical drama film, actor Rex Harrison plays the Siamese king Mongkut. In the science fiction film, actresses Natalie Portman and Jennifer Jason Leigh , both of whom are Ashkenazi Jewish, play characters who in the novel are, respectively, of Asian and half Native American descent.
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The characters' physical descriptions were only mentioned in passing in the second novel, following Annihilation. In the Western film, actor Burt Lancaster plays an Apache warrior. In the political thriller film based on a true story, actor Ben Affleck plays Tony Mendez , a CIA technical operations officer who is of half Mexican descent. The drama film set in the Southern United States during the American Civil War was based on a novel that featured the mixed-race teenager Edwina and the black enslaved maid Mattie. Edwina was recast as a white teacher played by Kirsten Dunst and Mattie was cut out of the film.
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Director Sofia Coppola explained the removal, "I didn't want to brush over such an important topic in a light way. Young girls watch my films and this was not the depiction of an African-American character I would want to show them. In the comedy film, actor Ben Barnes plays a Colombian character and wears brownface makeup for the part. In the silent epic drama film, African-Americans were played by white actors in blackface. The film as a whole was highly controversial for its portrayal of African-Americans as unintelligent and sexually aggressive towards white women, and the portrayal of the Ku Klux Klan KKK whose original founding is dramatized as a heroic force.
In the drama film based on a novel, actress Jean Simmons plays Kanchi, a Tibetan maiden. In the true story this film is based on, Phillip DeVine, a black man, was murdered as well. DeVine does not appear and is not mentioned in the film. Actor Warner Oland plays Chinese detective Charlie Chan in the film, as well as 15 other films featuring the character.
In the biographical crime-drama television film, actress Catherine Zeta-Jones plays real-life Colombian drug lord Griselda Blanco. The English-language adaptation of the Japanese manga relocates the story to Seattle and renamed the protagonist Light Turner.
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USA Today reported that the film received backlash for whitewashing in casting white actors when Asian American actors could have been cast. In the science fiction film, actor Theo James plays Four, who the novel's author Veronica Roth had confirmed to be biracial. In the superhero film, actress Tilda Swinton plays the Ancient One , who in the comics is a man from Kamar-Taj , a fictional kingdom in the Himalayas.
In the war drama film, actor Katharine Hepburn plays the Chinese protagonist Jade. In the crime film, actor Carey Mulligan plays Irene, who is depicted as Latin in the original novel. In the television miniseries adaptation of the "Earthsea" novels, most characters, including the main character Ged , are portrayed as white. In the original novels by Ursula K. Le Guin , Ged's skin is dark red-brown and the majority of people of the world are nonwhite; Le Guin has criticized this casting.
I'm just not going to get it financed. So the question doesn't even come up.