Augusto Aguilera Joins The Predator Cast

Started by Corporal Hicks, Mar 05, 2017, 06:10:33 PM

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BishopShouldGo

Quote from: Keith on Mar 07, 2017, 12:20:49 PM
looks like a hipster diversity check-list in a forced way cast.

Poncho, Billy, Mac, Dillon, Anna. Lol. Besides Dutch, that's all who is left since Hawkins and Blaine bite it within a few minutes of each other.

Watchu thinkin' about?

Keith

Quote from: BishopShouldGo on Mar 07, 2017, 08:54:48 PM
Quote from: Keith on Mar 07, 2017, 12:20:49 PM
looks like a hipster diversity check-list in a forced way cast.

Poncho, Billy, Mac, Dillon, Anna. Lol. Besides Dutch, that's all who is left since Hawkins and Blaine bite it within a few minutes of each other.

Watchu thinkin' about?

It was a lot more natural in that situation (a team of war veterans on a mission in Central America). In this situation, it seems a lot forced.

BishopShouldGo

You have issues.

Stealth_Hunter

Richard Chavez, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers and Sonny Landham were allowed to be people of color in a film because they played war veterans? Otherwise characters should just be white? What kind of logic is that?

Also, many Hispanic people exist outside of Central America.

Still zero evidence the casting was forced, Keith. Unless you were in the meeting when they discussed Aguilera's casting?

Keith

Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on Mar 08, 2017, 03:15:17 AM
Richard Chavez, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers and Sonny Landham were allowed to be people of color in a film because they played war veterans? Otherwise characters should just be white? What kind of logic is that?

Also, many Hispanic people exist outside of Central America.

Still zero evidence the casting was forced, Keith. Unless you were in the meeting when they discussed Aguilera's casting?

It's called an opinion dude.

Stealth_Hunter

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 03:25:27 AM
Quote from: Stealth_Hunter on Mar 08, 2017, 03:15:17 AM
Richard Chavez, Bill Duke, Carl Weathers and Sonny Landham were allowed to be people of color in a film because they played war veterans? Otherwise characters should just be white? What kind of logic is that?

Also, many Hispanic people exist outside of Central America.

Still zero evidence the casting was forced, Keith. Unless you were in the meeting when they discussed Aguilera's casting?

It's called an opinion dude.

In your opinion the casting is forced because this character should not be hispanic?

BishopShouldGo

He likes AvP:R, don't be surprised if his opinions are an extension of his taste.

Keith

dude, just take a look at the cast. Yvonne Strahovski? Alfie Allen (playing an ex-Marine LOL)? a kid? Now this dude? It just screams forced diversity.

BishopShouldGo

Riiiiiiight. Way to cite Yvonne and Alfie to throw the scent off of what you were really thinking(Trevante, Sterling, Keegan-Michael and Augusto being the examples of "diverse casting".)

How come you don't consider Boyd Holbrook an example of forced diversity?

Keith

calm down, dude.

BishopShouldGo

Knew you wouldn't and couldn't answer.

Have a nice night dude! Hope you end up liking the movie.

Keith

go back and re-read what I originally said. maybe it will sink in.

Stealth_Hunter

Quote from: Keith on Mar 08, 2017, 03:51:41 AM
dude, just take a look at the cast. Yvonne Strahovski? Alfie Allen (playing an ex-Marine LOL)? a kid? Now this dude? It just screams forced diversity.

How is Strahovski forced diversity? Should a Caucasian male play her role? And you didn't say any of them were forced casting when they were cast, only Aguilera's casting prompted that claim.

You don't have to force diversity if society is diverse in the first place. Unless Aguilera is playing a neo Nazi or something? Is that the case?

Keith

do you know what diversity means?

Stealth_Hunter

Yes, it means showing a variety.

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