My opinions about Harry Potter

HAPPY BIRTHDAY HARRY POTTER!

I’m feeling super potterhead lately, probably because my sister started reading the first book after millions of times I begged her to read them. I even told her I would get her the books if she wanted. Also Freeform was doing a marathon of HP movies and while I was in Orlando I watched them.

My sissy reading Harry Potter got me into thinking a lot about this beautiful story and how much my opinion of some characters has changed since the first time I read about them. So I’m going to tell you a bit about that and get into those and discuss them a little, shall we?

  • Dumbledore

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Before: I LOVED the man, he was the best headmaster ever, so majestic and wise and ancient. His death was one of the worst things ever in the books. He was so good and loved Harry and was a good father figure for him.

Now: What an irresponsible fucker. First of all, he knew Harry was being abused by the Dursley’s and did nothing about it. He didn’t help Harry enough and often hid information from him eventually putting him in more danger. He also made kids do dangerous things to save others instead of being an adult and handling it himself or at least going with them. He could have told Harry that he loved him… if he ever did (not counting The Cursed Child), instead he manipulated the kid. He shared a lot of Grindelwald’s opinions and wanted to work with him, even if his sister’s death changed that, the idea was there.

Plus points: He’s really good for memes. I came to peace with this character, though if I think long enough I kind of don’t like him at all for what his way of handling things. J. K. Rowling said he was gay and I think that’s amazing but it also sounds like she didn’t write him to be like that at first and she only said to gain more popularity.

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  • Regulus Black

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Before: Who…

Now: The slytherin character every slytherin fan should have been looking up to. Wish we could have learned more about him. What is attributed to Snape, being a death eater and then changing sides and joining the good team, it’s kind of Regulus story. He was also a death eater but the younger Black sibling didn’t change his mind for an obsession he had over someone who clearly wasn’t into him, he did it because he realized that what Voldemort was doing was wrong. He discovered and destroyed one of Voldemort’s horcruxes all by himself! I’m sad that Sirius never got to know what his little brother did, I think he would have changed his mind about him and been proud.

Minus points: He was sort of obsessed with Lord Voldemort at first, yikes…

  • Severus Snape

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Before: He had funny moments in the books and in the movies! So glad he was actually good all these time because I liked him! He was protecting Harry which might have meant that he cared about him. James and the others were really mean to him so there’s a reason to why he behaved like that with Harry. I’m glad Lily ended up with James but the back story with Severus was cute. All in all I think he was a good slytherin and Harry did right by naming his child after him.

A little later: No. Piece of shit. He bullied children. I hate everyone who actually thinks he’s a good example for a slytherin and everyone who says he’s their favorite character. He was obsessed with Lily and yeah, okay, James bullied him but Snape defended himself, he was even creating spells that were really dangerous. He called Lily a mudblood and expected her to what? fall in love with him? I don’t think so. Bye felicia!

Now: necessary douchebag. He did help defeat Lord Voldemort and protected Harry even if his reasons were horrible. He bullied children and was horrible to them. Neville’s biggest fear was Snape, that should say enough about the level of abusive he was to the kids. But let’s not forget that just because Snape was a little shit, we shouldn’t praise James’ behaviour, he was also kind of douchebag.

Plus points: I don’t really like him but he’s also my favorite character in A Very Potter Musical. Harry’s choices of names for his baby were horrible and I feel sorry for Albus.

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  • Harry Potter

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Before: I know he’s the principal character and the hero but I can’t seem to sympathise with him. He’s kind of rude…

Now: LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MY  SASSY CHILD HARRY POTTER! He grew up dismissed and abused by his family. He was lied to in regards of his own parents death. Imagine thinking that the best part of your life happens in school?! Okay a magic school, true, but still! Even though he grew unloved he still was kind and nice. Chose to use those similarities he had with Voldemort/Tom Riddle as a strength. He was left alone by Dumbledore for the most difficult tasks and still accomplished them. He would have died to stop Voldemort: HERO MATERIAL! Also, down to earth af! When he discovered the wizarding world and how famous he was he remained humble. Even if he discovered he had the power to hurt the Dursley’s for how much they mistreated him he remained kind and went back to that horrible house every summer. While everyone saw Luna as a crazy person he was one of the few who actually befriended her and was nice to her.  Like, I could keep going but I’m going to stop because I’m getting emotional.

Plus points: Harry is savage

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  • Draco Malfoy

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Before: Little shit. Seriously Annoying. Low key handsome.

After: Okay. Still kind of a little shit but I understand that it was expected for him to be like that. He was raised in a house of death eaters. He was taught this just like Ron was taught to be good by his parents who believed that what Voldemort was doing was extremely wrong, I mean, Arthur was obsessed with muggles in the most adorable way possible. Draco was just a kid who grew up in other circumstances. He was sort of socially pressured to follow the steps of his parents. The fact that he couldn’t kill Dumbledore touched me a lot. Of course these thoughts don’t blind me on the fact that he was a bully, he called Hermione a mudblood and yeah, an overall horrible little shit.

Plus points: Draco Malfoy being adorably portrayed by Lauren Lopez in A Very Potter Musical changes a lot your view on this character

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  • Hermione Granger

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Before: She Is Perfect! Did everything right. Ron and Harry would have probably died without her.

Now: My view on Hermione hasn’t changed a lot but I came to the conclusion that she was, in fact, not perfect and I think this is something everybody can notice and that was express in the books. Hermione was controlling and stubborn. She often didn’t believe in what her books couldn’t explain, the fact that she left her divination class because she didn’t believe in professor Trewlaney made it quite clear. I like this little things that make her not perfect, I think she’s a great female character and a great gryffindor to look up to.

And finally…

  • Hogwarts

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Before: BEST PLACE EVER. I want to go, I would literally live there.

Now: BEST PLACE EVER but… I would like very much to explore and learn more about the others schools.

The moral of this post is if you didn’t watch it yet, you should head to youtube and watch A Very Potter Musical. I tell this to every Harry Potter fan who doesn’t know what AVPM is. Siriusly, comedy gold.

What opinions about Harry Potter changed for you? Leave a comment! I’m interested in reading you. Hope we read each other soon!

 

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Favorite Youtubers

Oh my god! Look who’s back…

I’m shamelessly coming back to WordPress to talk about my favorite youtubers and to tell you that I’m going to try a new dynamic. I’ll try to post more about entertainment and occasional opinionated posts but as to personal posts talking about my traumas? I’m going to try to avoid them.

I feel like I finally found a way to go with the blog. I cleaned it from all posts I wrote and disliked and I’m ready to move one… I think.

So let’s go! I’m going to talk you about my favorite youtubers. Two years ago I wasn’t into YouTube. I liked watching Buzzfeed videos and conspiracy theories but that was it. Now I have gathered a bunch of channels I actually love and want to talk you about in no particular order.

Thingamavlogs

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I love Disney, like love, love, love, loooooove Disney. Around 2014 I started watching videos about people who worked on Disney and their experience. That’s how I got into Sarah and her channel (the yellow shirt girl from the pic). Later I discovered she had another channel with other cool people (Patrick, Tiffany and her boyfriend Leo) about Disney and I became obsessed since then. I think is because they make me feel near the parks when I’m really a million countries away.

Thingamavlogs use their channel to talk about Disney parks, movies… basically a lot of Disney content. They’re actually really cool and I grew up to anxiously expect their videos every week. They’re my favorites of all favorites.

Practical Folks

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So Practical Folks do a lot of sketches and love talking about Game of Thrones, which I would be into if I had watched past the fourth season. I know one of these days I’m going to keep watching it… one of these days…

Anyway what I love about this channel is their series Drunk Disney where they get drunk and watch Disney movies while commenting on them. When I say love I mean I probably have watched the videos more than three times, that’s how much I enjoy them. They’re really funny and the channel quickly became one of my favorite ones. Extremely recommended!

 

Simply_Kenna

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I also started watching Kenna while looking for “working at Disney experiences” (she made a video about it) It was around the same time I started watching Thingamavlogs.

I have never been into this kind of youtubers, the ones who talk about makeup or lifestyle, but she was into Harry Potter and Disney and dressed as a fairy which for me was enough to subscribe. I think that if you had asked me who was my favorite youtuber a couple of months ago I would  had answer it was her. She’s sort of the youtuber I would want to become if I ever had the courage to do something like that.

Lately she’s been having a bit of a problem for some problematic things she’s been doing (plagiarism I think) which I personally think is not being handled pretty well and I have to admit it takes a bit of the love I have for her because she still has not come through and explained her viewers what really happened. Instead, she turned off the comment section.

She’s pretty unique though and has great recommendations for anime so I say that if you’re into cute outfits, fairies, poems, Disney, Harry Potter and Anime, watch her. Also funny thing about this is that after subscribing to Kenna I realized that I was already following her on instagram long time ago.

 

The Pinup Companion

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I subscribed to this beautiful youtuber like a month ago and I already love her. I have been into the vintage stuff lately so I found some videos on YouTube and instantly got caught up in Rachel’s style and funny comments. The music, the clothes, the style, I love everything about this channel!

 

Thomas Sanders

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Thomas was one of my favorite viners so I don’t know why it took me so long to find his YouTube channel. I seriously don’t understand how such a wonderful person came from Vine. He’s so funny and comedy gold. Not only that but he’s super woke! It’s not only about funny sketches with his self-created characters that describe each aspect of his personality but is also about the important message that his videos leave.

 

The Milk Club

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Sofie’s fashion sense is so on point! I  subscribed to her after watching some videos of 90s lookbooks, they are so accurate and you could tell she does a lot of research. I don’t actually know what else to say but the fact that she’s super cute and nice and I love watching her videos.

 

grav3yardgirl

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Probably one of my favorite youtubers and  the first american youtuber I watched. I fell in love with her Does This Thing Really Work series but never subscribed because she’s sort of a makeup youtuber and I wasn’t into that. After a while I finally ended up subscribing, her personality and style caught me! Even if she’s talking about things I’m not into I still watch it because she’s such an original person, I never met someone as unique as her and I had found myself missing watching her videos if I don’t watch them for a while.

 

Orion Carloto

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I subscribed to Orion two months ago and I’m already in love with her and find myself waiting anxiously for her videos to come out. She’s style goals, funny and nice!

From books, to little artsy sketches she’s the ultimate “I want your life” kind of person.

 

Loepsie

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What I love about Lucy and her channel is the way she plays with her hair recreating different styles and imitating looks from characters from movies or history. It’s basically what I wish I could do with my hair if it was so frizzy and thick and short.

Anyway, I love fashion history of not only clothes but makeup and hair so I enjoy watching her videos a lot!

 

Gracewithabookinherface

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Grace is Kenna’s roomie and best friend and also the reason I started reading again. Like a year ago I was super upset with the amount of books I was reading per year and decided to change that so I downloaded goodreads and also started following Grace who’s a booktuber. She’s also super cute and has a beautiful style so win win for me.

 

Anyway I follow a lot more but I think these are the channels I’m always eager to watch videos from.

If you feel like it comment what youtubers do you watch? 

Hope you enjoy and also that we read each other soon!

Introvert

“You always see in movies and in books that an introverted character eventually breaks out of their shell because one person changes them and if I’m being honest, I hate that. I hate the idea that something is wrong with introversion. Yes, socializing is good, but not a lot of people understand how physically and emotionally draining it is to be in crowds of people or to be told to “let loose” and “have fun.” As an introvert, my idea of fun is sitting on my couch reading a book, and listening to the rain as it hits the roof. If that’s boring to other people, then that’s fine, but I shouldn’t have to feel bad just because I have a different way of having fun. No one should.

Introversion shouldn’t be scolded, it should be embraced and celebrated and people who are introverts shouldn’t have to feel bad about it. There is no need to try and change something about us we can’t help.” – yatoofthedawn on tumblr

A little something I read a while back on Tumblr and decided to share it because I wish everyone I know would understand this.

 

Fashion: The Man From U.N.C.L.E

The Man From U.N.C.L.E (2015) provided such a great costume design by Joanna Johnston (Love Actually, Forrest Gump, and Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade.) I loved the fashion in this movie so much I decided to talk about it over a collection I created in Polyvore.

30’s, 40’s, 50’s, and partially 60’s were really problematic years when discussing social rights. Racism, sexism and discrimination were alive and pumping. But if there’s something I would save from those years (besides some great movies) is the fashion. I have always been a fan of the classic vintage style.

The famous movie that recreates the famous TV Show of the same name is settled in the 1960’s. Joanna Johnston talked about the many inspirations she took from Vogue issues from 1966 and 1968 as well as specifics such as Victoria Vinciguerra’s style referenced by Marisa Berenson and Veruschka.

While Illya Kuryakin’s famous turtlenecks also appeared in the movie being used by Armie Hammer (I love him so much!) the hat, for example, was inspired by Jean-Paul Belmondo’s hat in À bout de souffle (Breathless).

The movie displays a variety of colors commonly used in the 60’s even though a lot of what Johnston used to dress Elizabeth Debicki (Victoria) and Alicia Vikander (Gaby) are pieces of clothes you can find nowadays in your local extra expensive brand shop. Gaby’s earrings, for example, are Marni and her sunglasses, House of Holland.

Both women style is also very different. While Gaby, a communist young mechanic from East Europe dresses in these very clear, fresh, young colors with a young style. Victoria’s wardrobe is almost exclusively black and white throughout the film.

A while ago after watching the movie I felt terribly inspired and decided to do a collection based on the movie. I’ll leave you with it!

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Hope we read each other soon!

REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast

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YAY! I made it, I watched Beauty and the Beast and I’m… I don’t know exactly how I’m feeling but I hope writing this will help me.

Okay so, if you don’t know about it, I’m a huge, huuuuge Disney fan. Imagine the type of fan who doesn’t live in a country with a Disney park on it and somehow still manages to go once a year. That’s me. I’m not your average ‘Omg, I love Disney movies too!’ type of fan, no. I’m more like “I want to buy Disney posters and fill my house with them”.

Beauty and the Beast has a special meaning for me, thanks to it I learned how to read. I used to have this little plastic book with illustrations of the movie and a cassette. I would put the cassette and follow the narrators words. I even remember the sound it made every time I had to turn the page. Cute memories. There’s also the fact that I think it is one of the best Disney animated movies ever made and the soundtrack… Oh, God. Don’t even make me start on the soundtrack because this will end up being a long, long post.

So, I was delighted by the beautiful cast the movie had. Ever since they said Emma Watson was going to be Belle, I knew she was perfect for the role. I had a lot of people telling me they didn’t picture her at all which struck me as odd because all I could see in her was Belle potential. I never really seen anything with Dan Stevens (the Beast) on it apart from the new fox tv show “Legion” I have yet to watch but I was delighted by his performance in the movie, though sometimes it was a little difficult to analyse because I was not really seeing him.  Luke Evans made such a great interpretation of Gaston, I was so charmed by him and angry, just like I always was everytime I saw Gaston in the animated movie.

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Josh Gad and Lefou presented a little more of a challenge. When Disney said that Beauty and the Beast was going to be the first movie to introduce a gay character and that this character was going to be none other than the villain’s silly sidekick I was a little bit unsure that it was the right way to introduce LGBT characters into Disney films. Not only Lefou was on the bad side of the story, making him one of the villains but also because his name literally means “The fool”, and I don’t know about you folks but I found it quite displeasing. I think everyone had their insecurities about the subject. But (and a strong “but”) after watching the movie I think it was amazing. I think my favorite part of the movie was a scene featuring Lefou, I was so surprised by how well they managed to save that. Josh Gad is really incredible and I’m really glad Lefou got his happy ending.

I don’t need to say anything about Ian McKellen, Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson, Kevin Kline, Stanley Tucci, Gugu Mbatha-Raw or Audra McDonald because some of these are in my list of favorite actors. I think they were an amazing cast so I should mention Lucy Bevan in charge of the casting, I thought her job was done wonderfully.

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Of course that being a hella passionate Disney fan means that I’m a little bit critical. In this case not that much. My complain was that they didn’t include “Human Again” and instead wrote an original song that carried the same message. I didn’t expect for the song to be included since it was also cut from the animated version. However I thought they could have done a lot of creative scenarios with it. Sadly, they didn’t.

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My second complaint was perhaps the book the beast shows to Belle where they then proceed to travel to a small place in Paris where she was born. Even though I loved the fact that they told us  more about Belle I thought it was a little too much magic for me. I know it’s a fairytale and more magical things are shown, however I think we didn’t need another scene to add to the whole magic aspect of the movie.

I’m not even going to deepen in the way they played with Emma Watson’s voice and how auto-tuned it was. Instead I’m going to say I was glad this movie had a sort of musical vibe, they added more songs giving the film a Broadway adaptation style. My final little complaint was the dress. Belle’s dress was… I don’t know how to put it but… meh? It was as if Disney was making it easier for the people in charge of making Disney Store’s dresses.

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In general, Disney delivered a great adaptation much more developed and deepened than Cinderella. I know, I don’t like to compare either but it’s inevitable even though I personally loved Cinderella’s movie.

What about you? Have you seen the movie? Which Disney movie do you think should have a live action adaptation?

Hope we read each other soon!

PS: I have this other post where I talk about some facts about the original Beauty and the Beast movie, it’s pretty interesting! check it out if you feel like it 🙂

Don’t forget

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This is a daily reminder to not forget yourself.

Dance around the house a little. Be ridiculous. Blast that guilty pleasure song you hear at night when everyone is dreaming or at morning when everybody is still asleep.

Drink whatever you like in your favorite mug. Drink juice, water, coffee, chocolate milk, even soda.

Watch your favorite show, movie, anime, cartoon. Or read. Read poems, stories, biographies, nonfiction.

Eat whatever you like, today is your day. And if you need to go shopping to get some food, so be it. Buy the most delicious cookies, your favorite snack, your favorite candy.

Change your hair, cut it short or decide to leave it long. Go shopping, dress nicely or stop worrying so much and stay comfortable.

Think about yourself, compliment yourself, read essays, exams, writings that got you a good grade or a compliment in school, university or work.

Don’t feel unloved. Remember love comes in millions of ways and forms.

And remember: You come first, then the world.

Random topic: The Big Wedding and Whitewashing

Hey guys! I have been thinking about doing this for a while now. I wanted to start a sort of section (?) in my blog where I discuss or more like write about random topics. Sometimes I want to write about things here but I feel like I can’t because they come from nowhere. Like maybe about a movie that premiered a long ago and I just watched. Or an old book, or something about Harry Potter, you get the idea?

Anyway yesterday I watched The Big Wedding (2013) with Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, and Susan Sarandon between other known actors (Ben Barnes, Amanda Seyfried, Katherine Heigl, etc.) It called my attention for the amount of great actors it had and also because I love Robert De Niro.

It was a really bad movie overall, the plot was predictable, full of jokes that had the intention of making you laugh but failed miserably and kind of aimless as well. Like a really, really bad comedy you knew it was going to be bad because no one knows about it and you thought you might have seen one of the actors in one of Grey’s Anatomy’s episodes but you’re not quite sure except this movie had A list actors that you can’t really understand how is it that they ended up agreeing to make this movie in the first place.

But that was not what bothered me. Yeah because if I’m going to start this Random Section thing in my blog might as well do it to complain about things. What made me hate this movie was the fact that they used Ben Barnes, a known english actor, they tanned him a bit and used him to portray a colombian young man who was adopted by a north american family. They even made him speak spanish.

I know this is not new. Hollywood does it all the time, they whitewash even the tiniest characters with no importance. However, I cannot help but be mad about it. Cause it wasn’t just that. Alejandro’s (Ben Barnes character) biological mother was from Colombia and was supposed to come with her other daughter to his wedding. She was supposed to be this really religious woman who prayed and stuff. Stereotyping much? Not only that stereotype but his biological sister was supposed to be this really promiscuous girl who jacked off Alejandro’s brother (the one from the north american family, not the colombian. That would be incest and even if they weren’t blood related they still both were Alejandro’s siblings so it was kind of weird)

So it’s like that for South America, we are seen as religious prudes or we are whores who only think of sex. I also know it’s not only with Latinos. Ghost in the Shell (2017), a movie adaptation of a japanese manga is getting boycotted because Scarlett Johansson, one of Hollywood’s most whitest actresses probably is portraying Motoko Kusanagi. A character that should have been given to an actual japanese actress. Which for me was really devastating since I used to admire Scarlett Johansson. Her trying to defend her decision on why she thought it was okay to pursue the role didn’t help at all.

But because I’m latina I thought maybe I told you a little more about other roles that were supposed to be for Latinos but ended up going for american actors.

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones in Zorro

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Though Shakira and Salma Hayek were considered for the role of Elena in Zorro, Catherine Zeta-Jones ended up playing her in both movies Zorro, and The Mask of the Zorro. I do think that these were spanish characters from spain and not South America. even though a lot of South American countries have spanish heritage. (Take me for example half of my family comes from Spain)

  • Al Pacino in Scarface

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In famous movie Scarface he plays the role of Tony Montana, a Cuban drug kingpin.

  • Meryl Streep (and others) in The House of The Spirits

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I love Meryl Streep just as much as the next person however in 1993 she portrayed Clara Trueba in the movie The House of The Spirits based in the book by chilean author, Isabel Allende. The movie is set in Chile and the filmmakers decided to cast Jeremy Irons, Glenn Close and Winona Ryder.

  • Ethan Hawke in Alive

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Are you guys familiar with the famous case of the uruguayan rugbiers who got stuck in Los Andes after their plane crashed? It was really well-known because a lot of the rugbiers who survived had to to resort to anthropophagy, meaning they had to eat their dead friends to survive (yeah that’s a  horrible way of putting it) Anyway I guess it was a good plot for a movie because in 1993 Hollywood decided to make the movie casting Ethan Hawke as Fernando ‘Nando’ Parrado, the Uruguayan rugbier.

  • Hank Azaria in The Birdcage

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In the movie The Birdcage, Azaria portrays the  role of a gay Guatemalan housekeeper. He won a SAG award for his role.

  • Johnny Depp in Before Night Falls

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In Before Night Falls he plays two cuban characters, Lt. Victor and Bon Bon, a drag queen. Javier Bardem, a spanish actor won an oscar for playing Reinaldo Arenas, the cuban poet and novelist.

  • Madonna in Evita

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This one hits home. Madonna portrayed Eva Peron, the famous argentine first lady in the movie Evita. I’m not even going to comment on this one.

  • Natalie Wood in West Side Story

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In this movie, where two street gangs are rivals, on of them is puerto rican and though they did cast Rita Moreno as Anita and that earned her an Oscar, they also casted Natalie Wood as Maria, bummer.

There’s a lot more actors and actresses who have accepted roles that could have easily been portrayed by latino actors, black actors, asian actors. And thought it always comes in question whether the filmmakers or the actors should carry the blame, remember the filmmakers do the casting but the actors also accept the roles.

source: Latina Magazine

Hope we read each other soon!

P.S: I don’t hate any of the actors by the way (except Johnny Depp, I don’t like him) I do think that they should have thought about if before accepting those roles.