Expected by the upcoming release of "Captain Marvel," the actress and star Brie Larson has chosen to choose a female journalist with cerebral palsy to interview her after arriving at the fulfillment of his previous tours had the tendency to "become a great white man."
Earlier it was released "Captain Marvel," the actress and star Brie Larson chose to choose a female journalist with cerebral palsy to interview her after arriving in the wake of her previous tours had a tendency "to become a huge white man. "
Journalist Keah Brown, sitting in Larson, described himself in the piece of Marie Claire UK as Thursday as a man who wrote about "pop culture, disability (I have cerebral palsy) and femininity."
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Brown said in the article that Larson "requested" him to conduct an interview, which he said was "game-changing" and "my greatest opportunity After inquiry why he chose, the actress discusses a trend she noticed.
"About a year ago, I began to emphasize the look of my days of press and the critics reviewing the films, and noticed that it appeared to be very white, "said Larson." So, I talked to Dr. Stacy Smith in the USC Annenberg Initiative Initiative, which established a study to confirm it. "
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The study was conducted in 1
00 highest-film films in 2017 and referred to the white men as 67 percent of the above critics, while white women consisted of less than 25 percent, according to the New York Post.  In addition, color men reportedly made up 10 percent, while women of color interacted with a percentage of that.
Following the study, Larson said in Marie Claire's interview that he decided to make his days a "more inclusive." statement.
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"After talking to you, the movie critic Valerie Complex and some other women color, it sounds like that lad out across the board they are not getting the same opportunities as others, "Oscar winner went on to say.
He added that speaking "in the facilities that did not give it," each gave him "different reasons."
"Captain Marvel" is set to release on March 8.