The heart of the big scandal now concerns the upcoming Disney's movie.
In 2019 the world will watch 'Aladdin', that is based on the classic tale of "Aladdin and the magic lamp".
live-adaptation of 1992 cartoon is suspected in racism.
Everything has started with Kaushal Odedra's interview for The London Times.
The leading role's backup actor admitted that he saw 20 typical white actors waiting to get their skin browned up in dressing room.
Like some months before it was revealed that Billy Magnussen, American blonde-haired actor was stated as a totally new character — Prince Anderswhich.
The true story adorers were really dissatisfied.
Due to report, 'skin issue' mostly relates to crew members, but not to extras, who presented more than 10 nationalities. The point is special requirements (e.g. difficult tricks, that could be only performed by experts).
Guy Ritchie's film is positioned as one with the most
assorted cast of.
Navid Negahban, playing a part of sultan, couldn't resist this kind of ranting. He underlined, “It’s not whitewashing, but the tremendous efforts of producer, director and other in order to create some rich and not boring picture".
Despite everything, Mena Massoud, actor from Egypt will play Aladdin. Recently he announced it on his Twitter.
By the way,
Ritchie have not yet confirmed using additional tools for his crew's skin
Based on materials: vanityfair.com