Ma tutta questa fuffa non era già uscita fuori lo scorso anno?
Con tanto di trailer e con Absint flashato con Ana De Armas mora?
Abbiamo raggiunto livelli di attenzione e memoria di un pesce rosso.
A quando un remake della WW2 con Adolfo negro?
Secondo voi i produttori, dopo una cazzata simile, potranno scegliere per il prossimo film qualcuno che non sia lei o quanto meno un modello simile?
Se lo fanno sarà l'apocalisse sjw.
Blessed be the coruscating plasma of the engine room
Spiritus Machina protect us from thy burning doom
Harness unto our will the power of the light
Let the conduit and the coil work allright.
Manca solo Conan il barbaro cinese magro .
Initially, when the Bond opportunity came about, Lynch had reservations about joining another franchise – about getting lost "behind the man", as she puts it – but on speaking with the producer Barbara Broccoli and the director Cary Joji Fukunaga, she understood that their intentions ran alongside hers. Before filming began, she sat down with Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who was there to infuse the script with a fresh female perspective. Lynch wanted to ensure Nomi was subtly drawn, believable, perhaps even a little awkward. She set out to portray the truth of being a Black woman –someone she might know; someone in her family – avoiding the two-dimensional view that can be so easily conveyed on screen or written in scripts.
Fresh female perspective
avoiding the two dimensional view
"A character that is too slick, a cast-iron figure? That’s completely against what I stand for," says Lynch. ‘I didn’t want to waste an opportunity when it came to what Nomi might represent. I searched for at least one moment in the script where Black audience members would nod their heads, tutting at the reality but glad to see their real life represented. In every project I am part of, no matter the budget or genre, the Black experience that I’m presenting needs to be 100 per cent authentic."
Shottino per ogni volta che si parla di black qua, black là
There is, however, clearly still progress to be made when it comes to cultural integration here in Britain. When, on a Sunday afternoon in April of last year, the news leaked that a Black woman would be inheriting the 007 mantle, Lynch immediately experienced an onslaught of outrage. For a week, she deleted her social-media apps, meditated and saw no one but family, while comforting herself with the knowledge that the aggressive comments were ultimately not personal.
"I am one Black woman – if it were another Black woman cast in the role, it would have been the same conversation, she would have got the same attacks, the same abuse," she says. "I just have to remind myself that the conversation is happening and that I’m a part of something that will be very, very revolutionary."
Eh sì, la razzistissima Gran Bretagna
Since starting out in the film industry, Lynch has developed certain coping strategies. "As I have come more into myself, I have found ways to remain respectful of others but still true to myself," she says. "If something felt misrepresented or inaccurate – for example, the dynamic between a mother and her child, or the way we might wrap our hair to sleep at night... I had to learn to speak up. I’ve been cast to tell an authentic story, so that’s what I’m going to do." Lynch’s main business is, as she puts it, ‘her culture’s fight’.
Da come parla, sembra quasi che voglia specificamente essere type-casted
E io che credevo gli attori fossero in grado di rappresentare qualsivoglia tipologia di personaggio o quantomeno aspirare a farlo.
"As a newcomer to some of these spaces, on a Monday morning you’re speaking up, making your point heard on set, and by lunchtime you’ve got to get on with the job, energy pure and intact so you can give your best work," she says.
Crede di essere il primo giovane attore a doverlo fare?
Learn to speak up... come se non lo dovessimo imparare a fare tutti quanti, quando entriamo in punta di piedi in un ambiente di lavoro nuovo e rodato.
So stunning and brave
In this veiled age of social media and performative activism, Lynch involves herself in private, behind-the-scenes community projects and filters how much emotion she displays on Instagram and Twitter. "Then again, recent events and their effects are personal," she says, referring to the spike in support for the Black Lives Matter movement, following the killing of George Floyd.
"I think we’re really beginning to eradicate the shiny, well-established hierarchy of celebrity. Some companies are consistently speaking out and working to educate themselves and do what is right; but then you have those others" – and her voice immediately changes –"the ones using it as an opportunity. We see who they are. It’s very clear."
Lynch has no time for so-called allies who are inconsistent in their support. "It infuriated me," she says, of certain brands that jumped on the bandwagon. "Now suddenly you’ve found archives of Black films to release on your platform? Now you’re gonna use Black models in your adverts? Suddenly everyone’s decided we exist. Where was this before?"
We share our frustrations about how many people claimed ignorance of cultural and diversity issues. "That 'Oh, I didn’t know' runs way too deep," says Lynch. By contrast, she points out, Black people "have to make it their daily responsibility to understand another racial experience in order to navigate the world".
Eh sì, tocca concentrarsi sul filtro razziale per interpretare il mondo
She sees her role in No Time to Die as a step in the right direction– a way of confronting stereotypes around race and gender that have persisted for far too long. "I feel very grateful that I get to challenge those narratives," she says.
Ben curioso di vedere come affronteranno questi stereotipi.
"We’re moving away from toxic masculinity, and that’s happening because women are being open, demanding and vocal, and calling out misbehaviour as soon as we see it."
Ah, toxic masculinity...
Non poteva mancare.
Indeed, one thing Lynch is sure about is that as artists in the public eye, we must remain consistently honest and outspoken about our experiences, even when it is frightening. Even when we feel vulnerable. Even if we are among the first to be talking the things. "We are not stick figures," she says. "Now we’re in a time when artists have enough collective energy to evoke change. There’s real work to be done, there are frank conversations to be had. A magazine cover is already pretty, the words don’t have to be."
Ci mancavano in effetti gli attori con l'ego pompato che pontificano su come e cosa fare, dall'alto della loro profonda comprensione della vita delle persone comuni.
Menomale che ci pensa Lashana, con l'occhio spento e la resting bitch face, ad illuminarci.
Ma che cosa ve ne fotte di stare dietro a queste cose?
Scaffale (metaforico) e via
Hans Landa rimane bianco e austriaco?
bè ma anche la "batman" di non so quale serie tv che stavano facendo era una lei gay che poi ha mollato per problemi psichici sarcavolo visto che era una che poraccia manco stava tanto bene
Ci sarà comunque la bondgirl, o un bondboy?