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Gabriel Luna Suggests ‘Ghost Rider’ Netflix Series Could Happen; Wants Blade On The West Coast

Gabriel Luna Suggests ‘Ghost Rider’ Netflix Series Could Happen; Wants Blade On The West Coast

  During an interview with ComicBook,  Ghost Rider actor Gabriel Luna revealed that Marvel has deals in place for a Ghost Rider franchise that could include a Netflix series. “It’s been talked about, there’s definitely deals in place for that potential. But I just take it one day at a time. I have so much fun

Benedict Wong as Wong

Diversity Aboveground: Marvel’s Diversity Improving?

Marvel Studios has taken a lot of criticism that seems to increase with every year. It’s 2016 and still no Black Widow solo film. Doctor Strange, despite the box office numbers, did have boycotts. Black Panther is still 16 months away. Captain Marvel won’t premiere until over a year after that. Characters in the LGBTQUIA+

Pearl Mackie

Diversity Aboveground: TV Winners & Losers 2016

It’s that time of year again to reflect on what television gave us this season and whether next season will be better in TV Winners & Losers 2016. Winners: Literary Fans Assuming they’re willing to put down their latest novel, book lovers will have more than usual to choose from on television. ABC will have

Diversity Aboveground: Asians Ignored

Asians haven’t had it easy in Hollywood. For most of American film’s existence, East Asian characters have been portrayed by Caucasians in yellowface and/or consistently the villain or man servant. Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong complained in a 1933 interview, “Why is it that the screen Chinese is nearly always the villain of the piece,

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Diversity Aboveground: 2015 Recap

2015 was an exciting time for diversity in entertainment. Now’s the time to celebrate the triumphs that happened this year. Star Wars: The Force Awakens “It’s a phenomenon in the [film] industry that we call ‘stupid people’. There is genuine, recalcitrant, intractable sexism, and old-fashioned quiet misogyny that goes on. You hear ‘Oh, [female superheroes]

Marvel Met With Asian-American Actors For ‘Iron Fist’ Might Hire White Guy Instead

A new report from The Hollywood Report reveals that Marvel Television indeed met with Asian-American actors for the role of Danny Rand in their Iron Fist Netflix series. Although, they’ve apparently decided to go with a white actor instead which is very disappointing, considering the campaign Nerds of Color and ourselves have been pushing forward

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