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” Another tweeted: “The unsurprising but wildest part of this whole 'Color Purple debacle is white feminist @Elizabeth Banks hasn't offered an apology.” Elizabeth Banks, the Pitch Perfect lady, disregarded the he made a movie starring a black woman lead then ignored the correction?
pic.twitter.com/Dx MBONit RQ — issa syd (@Itsprincesssyd_) June 15, 2017Banks, who said she has been fuelled by “anger and jealousy” in the industry, went on to recall a time before she had children when a mother told her that it was difficult to get her young sons to watch a female-led film.
Here’s our ranking of all 29 of Spielberg’s feature films, including , out this week. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008): After four decades cultivating a distinguished and rewarding career, Spielberg decided to sign up for another Indy sequel despite ending the trilogy with its hero literally riding into the sunset. No wonder Spielberg has spent every opportunity since then apologizing. Hook (1991): In some ways, Hook was ahead of its time, pre-dating Hollywood’s current obsession with rebooting and reimagining already existing properties.
But that doesn’t make this cringe-worthy film, which tells the story of a grown-up Peter Pan (Robin Williams in wounded-manchild mode) who has forgotten his true identity and become a cold, heartless lawyer, any more tolerable.
We’re getting the film a few weeks after its international rollout, thanks, as is so often the case, to Salman Khan. Have we, as a global movie-going audience, started taking him for granted? And there, in the unstoppable torrent of tired sequels, unnecessary reboots and cash-grab spinoffs, comes Spielberg’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s story The BFG, a sometimes dark, erratically strange, but mostly quirky tale of an orphan girl Sophie and her new best friend, The Big Friendly Giant. Spielberg had his run for the better part of 3 decades, and now, the message being thrown out there is ‘sure, you may be the highest-grossing director in the history of the medium, but now, it’s time.’Because obviously: Why would anyone prefer a beautiful coming-of-age tale when they can watch metal robots clang noisily against each other for 5 movies instead?Who knows what vision the Jurassic Park director has for the remake?Hopefully it won’t include any CGI, as this story is all about love. The New York-set tragedy, based on Romeo And Juliet, follows the war between the white Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks as Tony and Maria, from the rival gangs, fall for each other.Speaking on stage she said: “I went to Indiana Jones and Jaws and every movie Steven Spielberg ever made, and by the way, he’s never made a movie with a female lead. I don’t mean to call your a** out, but it’s true.” But Banks’ statement wasn’t entirely true.Spielberg, 70, directed Goldberg in the 1986 film - and people made sure to point it out. Does the fact that The Color Purple doesn't count to you mean you only consider white women as women @Elizabeth Banks?