Sweetness in the Belly is the latest film to stir up whitewashing allegations. The film is adapted from a novel of the same name in which an English girl (played by Dakota Fanning) is abandoned by her
Days before I sit down with Wunmi Mosaku, a BAFTA winner you may recognize from Luther, ahead of the TIFF premiere of her new movie, Sweetness in the Belly, the film was already making headlines — and
White people are so used to seeing themselves on screen that Hollywood seems not to trust that they could connect with the humanity of people of color. With buzz words like "inclusion" and "diversity"
Twitter users were understandably upset when preliminary news broke from Dakota Fanning's new movie, Sweetness in the Belly. Early reports from Deadline stated that she'd been cast to play a "white Ethiopian
You know when a tweet has almost three times as many replies as it does retweets that it probably hasn't gone down well. Such was the case on Wednesday, when Deadline shared a clip from Dakota Fanning's