I think if I have to guess a reason why they're doing this, it's because, like Iron Man 3, they want that China bux. And like iron man 3, they have to change the stereotype association to appease to them.
>asians continually btfo by sjw/diversity policies
>some asians still support it
losers. the only reason why this would happen is if they want to disadvantage white people more than they want to help themselves.
Star Wars had a latino, an Irishman, a black guy, and a female Jedi.
But Asians? Fuck em.
but if they appease the white man, they too will be accepted as equals some day
>really old mystical Asian man
Like there's nothing stereotypical about that character to being with. Also, the author must be high if he thinks that Marvel is going to risk the Chinese market by making its villain Asian.
wut? the dude from lost was the commander and half was one of the xwing pilots
>cast accurate representation
WHY MUST ASIANS ALWAYS BE CAST AS VILLAINS?
>cast a woman
WHY ISN'T THE ACTOR ASIAN?
You can't win with SJW's. They will never be happy no matter what decision is made.
This sums up why Asians can't be role models, heroes, or anything awesome. Only in kung fu flicks can they sorta be badass, but that's only because Asian martial arts are fantasy.
>plus that tiny old lady with the glasses is Asian.
Played by a Black chick
i plan to go on vacation to japan the summer after i graduate college to get a girlfriend to bring back to the states with me
The Asian noticed immediately that the man giving him instruction was a habitual skipper of leg day and thought it best to get lessons from someone with a more thorough work out routine.
Should have been Bai Ling in all honesty.
She even already has a connection at Marvel.
>We’re never afraid to change. In the comic books, Jarvis is an elderly butler. In the movies, he’s an A.I. system which becomes Paul Bettany’s Vision. We are always looking for ways to change. I think if you look at some of the early incarnations of the Ancient One in the comics, they are what we would consider today to be quite, sort of, stereotypical. They don’t hold up to what would work today. Also, within the storyline of the comics, and our movie, ‘the Ancient One’ is a title that many people have had. We hit very early on on, What if the Ancient One was a woman? What if the title had been passed and the current Ancient One is a woman? Oh, that’s an interesting idea. [Clicks fingers.] Tilda Swinton! Whoah! And it just hit.”
Why the fuck can't they just use Clea or Night Nurse or Umar if they need a fucking female character so badly? Fucking Marvelcucks I swear.
She not real enough for you racist?
>tfw I long for the day when people don't give a shit about the skin color of the actor who portrays a character
Honestly, who fucking cares as long as their performance is good. Would people whine if JFK was played by a black man? No. But they'd fucking whine if MLK was played by a white guy. Who fucking cares what race or gender as long as their performance is good? It's fucking acting. It's all pretend anyway.
>hurr durr we want representation
>not women, shitlord
>hurr durr rape culture
>dont criticize Islam you racist
>hurr durr men stop catcalling
>turns out catcalling is almost exclusively a black thing, they dont care
Why do liberals hate whiteness so much?
Okay, whitewashing IS sometimes a problem in Hollywood movies, but this isn't a fucking case of this. It's not weird at all for comic series to have different versions of the same character in different "universes".
Hell, they made Nick Fury from a white guy, into a black guy (first in the Ultimate universe, then the movie universe). They made one of the Norse "gods" black in the Thor movies.
They aren't as locked in for "must be this race, must be this gender" for characters, unless it's actually a big part of the character in some way (a white Black Panther would be pretty weird).
Tired of falseflag bitching about shit. Save it for actual instances of it.
Different person, but you're right, it DOES happen all the time. It's just that it's pretty much how they ever show asian relationships, except in strictly "asian" movies. Cutie asian women + white guy is kind of a trope in movies at this point.
I'm not exactly caring about it as an issue myself, but it still reeks of some of the leftover old guard of Hollywood; the ones who didn't want Bruce Lee in Green Hornet.