I was hoping for better but am not surprised by the reality…
“It’s barely April, and 2017 is already a banner year for Hollywood being utterly clueless when it comes to Asian culture on screen.
“Ghost in the Shell, a live-action remake of the seminal 1995 film by Mamoru Oshii (itself based on a manga by Masamune Shirow) is the third major project this year—following The Great Wall and Iron Fist—marred by controversy surrounding whitewashing and representation of Asian actors on screen, and a refusal to meaningfully address it.
“It’s also, quite possibly, the one that bungles this the most. Oh, and it’s a bad movie on just about every level?”
Read more at GQ