Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by a mysterious man, Aug 21, 2016.
I can see the resemblance.
How about selena NOmez!
I heard Ron Howard's daughter is being tapped to play Harriet Tubman in the new underground railroad movie.
The next Spider-Man cast on set in a group pic
About time they give old spiderman break. This world is lousy with ex one's.
Is there a single straight guy in that pic?
What's next? LAst nigga in Harlem staring Tom hanks?
Don't be ridiculous. That would be offensive and outrageous.
Wow. She is gorgeous.
Titties aren't big enough
It would be, she's a terrible actress. I could see the role going to Kate Beckinsale though.
she's a beautiful little thing. another person i had no idea was black until i heard her pissing and moaning about being black in merica.
i just watched some movie and kept wondering who that beautiful redhead was. it was opie's baby girl! a very pretty lady.
Somehow that ugly bastard had such a beautiful daughter.
Oh yeah, I can definitely see the resemblance between her and the alabaster-skinned red head from the comics.
Why can't they just cast these movies to look like the comics, would it be so difficult? Well, maybe in today's society it would.
My wife and I argued about the human torch being black in that crappy F4 movie. She tried to make me sound racist because I said he shouldn't be black, and in the comic book he's white with blonde hair. She said it doesn't matter what his skin color is, and I said ok, let's just change everybody's skin color and let's have Superman with purple skin, or an asian Black Panther. I'm sure that would go over great with the fans.
The reason it bothered me in Fantastic Four was because Torch and Sue were supposed to be brother and sister. The adoption angle just muddies the water for no other reason than pandering. They want a black person represented whether it made sense or not. This of course turned out to be the least of the movies problems. MJ doesn't bother me as much for some reason. I'm just thankful they went with the classic Peter Parker.
I only see movies with white people in them, so I'll be passing on this.
Thanks for the heads up.