Gotta flip 1 and 2 to be chronological, but that is a pretty decent breakdown.
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I don't know how casting an Asian person is somehow offensive to the Chinese. This might be a case of Marvel addressing a sensitive issue without really understanding if it's a concern for the audience. There are a dozen ways to have cast an Asian and made things more vague if the concern was really China vs. Tibet.
Where was Tristane when he got killed? Still on the boat? In King's Landing? I guess the Sand Snakes had a fast ship? (And could I love those three girls anymore?!?!)
And I think a lot of that has to do with the self medicating a lot of the wrestlers are doing, along with the lack of any sort of substance abuse testing programs.
Are Asians really offended by an Asian-monk character in a movie? I'm not trying to be flippant - I'd really like to know what different groups actually find offensive.
Yeah, but if you're playing that game, how do you justify taking one of the few prominent Asian roles in the MU and re-casting with an impossibly WASPY white woman like Tilda Swinton? If the idea is to champion diversity, why replace a non-white actor with a white one? That just doesn't make sense to me.
Looks cool but it seems to me if you are going to film an origin story about Dr Strange you would at least need the Ancient One and Baron Mordo. If they can't even be bothered to cast those roles properly, why even bother to make Strange a middle aged white dude?