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Comments for Rachel Zegler, Disney’s New Snow White, Defends Halle Bailey From Racist ‘The Little Mermaid’ Criticism

Left: Rachel Zegler on set as Snow White. Right: Halle Bailey singing as Ariel underwater.

7 Comments

  1. Steve

    The ra.cism is blackwashing a white lead. That isn’t OK. Disney hates whites, but is happy to take our money.

    If you think criticizing this ra.cist move is ra.cist, chances are you are a bigot.

    1. Kurt

      What in the world are you talking about?

  2. I love Disney

    So, what will happen with character greetings after the new Snow White and Mermaid movies come out? Will Ariel be black and Snow White be brown from now on? Or will they stay white and ignore the movies?

  3. Fancy

    So, what will happen with character greetings after the new Snow White and Mermaid movies come out? Will Ariel be black and Snow White be brown from now on? Or will they stay white and ignore the movies?

    1. #TrueDisneyFans

      As far as the Theme Parks are concerned I think both Ariel and Snow White will stay as their animated counterparts and ignore the live action adaptations entirely.

      1. Steve

        For now. It is only a matter of time. Remember that editing a movie with a blackwashed character to be white again has already been called “whitewashing” by the extremists supporting Disney.

  4. Fancy

    Personally, I don’t watch live action remakes, so I have no stake in this. I am, however, interested in seeing how the movies will fare in the box office. I don’t believe they will do well because of Disney+. People are going to skip going to the theaters if they know that they can watch it for free at home in a few months.
    If Disney doesn’t try so hard in keeping Disney+ alive, then it will be a better indication of how good the movies really do. Even if the movies do well, it’s hard to tell how much better they would have done without Disney+ draining the blood out of their box office numbers.

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