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  1. that is different, asian people who want to tell stories from asia can't hire non asian actors, America being so diverse, if black movies under perform, they can hire white actors and make american stories
  2. Good point, white movies seem to have universal appeal, I read a report by variety where movies with 80% white cast and 20% minority cast averages the most at 100 million world-wide
  3. The sad truth is black movies over-perform in the USA and under-perform Overseas, but the over-perform in the USA isn't enough to cancel out the under-perform overseas, check box office mojo, you will see white movies make 65% of the box office overeas, and 35% of the box in America, black movies make 51% of the box office in America and 49% of the box offic overseas, studios try to off set this by giving black movies lower budgets, but they have to take a hit on the profits by doing this
  4. BadBoys WorldWide Box Office Prediction Domestic: $135,000,000 WorldWide: $265,000,000
  5. Black movies make far less overseas, sad.. but true, if you think USA is racist, try being black outside America
  6. I just saw Hustlers and I was surprised by how good the movie was, I wonder if the movie was about white strippers from Boston, would it have gotten best picture?
  7. Outstanding Motion Picture · "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) · "Harriet" (Focus Features) · "Just Mercy" (Warner Bros. Pictures) · "Queen & Slim" (Universal Pictures) · "Us" (Universal Pictures) Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture · Chadwick Boseman - "21 Bridges" (STX Films) · Daniel Kaluuya - "Queen & Slim" (Universal Pictures) · Eddie Murphy - "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) · Michael B. Jordan - "Just Mercy" (Warner Bros. Pictures) · Winston Duke - "Us" (Universal Pictures) Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture · Alfre Woodard - "Clemency" (Neon) · Cynthia Erivo - "Harriet" (Focus Features) · Jodie Turner-Smith - "Queen & Slim" (Universal Pictures) · Lupita Nyong'o - "Us" (Universal Pictures) · Naomie Harris - "Black and Blue" (Screen Gems/Sony Pictures) Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture · Jamie Foxx - "Just Mercy" (Warner Bros. Pictures) · Leslie Odom Jr. - "Harriet" (Focus Features) · Sterling K. Brown - "Waves" (A24) · Tituss Burgess - "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) · Wesley Snipes - "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture · Da'Vine Joy Randolph - "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) · Janelle Monáe - "Harriet" (Focus Features) · Jennifer Lopez - "Hustlers" (STX Films) · Marsai Martin - "Little" (Universal Pictures) · Octavia Spencer - "Luce" (Neon) Outstanding Breakthrough Performance in Motion Picture · Cynthia Erivo - "Harriet" (Focus Features) · Jodie Turner-Smith - "Queen & Slim" (Universal Pictures) · Marsai Martin - "Little" (Universal Pictures) · Rob Morgan - "Just Mercy" (Warner Bros. Pictures) · Shahadi Wright Joseph - "Us" (Universal Pictures) Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture · "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) · "Harriet" (Focus Features) · "Just Mercy" (Warner Bros. Pictures) · "Queen & Slim" (Universal Pictures) · "Us" (Universal Pictures) Outstanding Independent Motion Picture · "Clemency" (Neon) · "Dolemite Is My Name" (Netflix) · "Luce" (Neon) · "Queen & Slim" (Universal Pictures) · "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind" (Netflix) Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Television or Film) · Alfre Woodard - "The Lion King" (Walt Disney Studios) · Donald Glover - "The Lion King" (Walt Disney Studios) · James Earl Jones - "The Lion King" (Walt Disney Studios) · Lupita Nyong'o - "Serengeti" (Discovery Channel) · Sterling K. Brown - "Frozen II" (Walt Disney Studios) Outstanding Documentary (Film) · "Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool" (Eagle Rock Entertainment) · "The Black Godfather" (Netflix) · "The Apollo" (HBO) · "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" (Magnolia Pictures) · "True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality" (HBO) Outstanding Documentary (Television - Series or Special) · "Free Meek" (Prime Video) · "Hitsville: The Making of Motown" (Showtime) · "Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé" (Netflix) · "Martin: The Legacy of a King" (BET Networks) · "ReMastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke" (Netflix) Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series · Cord Jefferson - "The Good Place" - Tinker, Tailor, Demon, Spy (NBC) · Gloria Calderón Kellett, Mike Royce - "One Day at a Time" - Ghosts (Netflix) · Jason Kim - "Barry" – Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday (HBO) · Karin Gist, Peter Saji - "mixed-ish" - Let Your Hair Down (ABC) · Trevor Noah - "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" - Steve King's Comments Meet Trevor Noah: Racism Detective (Comedy Central) Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series · Ava DuVernay, Michael Starrbury - "When They See Us" - Part Four (Netflix) · Damon Lindelof, Cord Jefferson - "Watchmen" - The Extraordinary Being (HBO) · Nichelle Tramble Spellman - "Truth Be Told" - Monster (Apple TV+) · Nkechi Okoro Carroll - "All American" - Hussle & Motivate (The CW) · Pat Charles - "Black Lightning" - The Book of Secrets: Chapter One: Prodigal Son (The CW) Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture (Television) · Cas Sigers-Beedles - "Twas the Chaos Before Christmas" (BET) · Melissa Bustamante - "A Christmas Winter Song" (Lifetime) · Patrik-Ian Polk - "Being Mary Jane" (BET Networks) · Suzan-Lori Parks - "Native Son" (HBO) · Yvette Nicole Brown - "Always a Bridesmaid" (BET Networks) Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture (Film) · Chinonye Chukwu - "Clemency" (Neon) · Destin Daniel Cretton, Andrew Lanham - "Just Mercy" (Warner Bros. Pictures) · Doug Atchison - "Brian Banks" (Bleeker Street and ShivHans) · Jordan Peele - "Us" (Universal Pictures) · Kasi Lemmons, Gregory Allen Howard - "Harriet" (Focus Features) Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series · Anya Adams - "GLOW" - Outward Bound (Netflix) · Justin Tipping - "Black Monday" -7042 (Showtime) · Ken Whittingham - "Atypical" - Road Rage Paige (Netflix) · Randall Winston - "Grace and Frankie" - The Pharmacy (Netflix) · Shaka King - "Shrill" - Pool (Hulu) Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series · Ava DuVernay - "When They See Us" - Part Four (Netflix) · Carl H. Seaton, Jr. - "Snowfall" - Hedgehogs (FX Networks) · Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson - "Power" - Forgot About Dre (STARZ) · Debbie Allen - Grey's Anatomy" - Silent All These Years (ABC) · Jet Wilkinson - "The Chi" - The Scorpion and the Frog (Showtime) Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture (Television) · Codie Elaine Oliver - "Black Love" (OWN) · Janice Cooke - "I Am Somebody's Child: The Regina Louise Story" (Lifetime) · Kenny Leon - "American Son" (Netflix) · Rashid Johnson - "Native Son (HBO) · Russ Parr - "The Bobby DeBarge Story" (TV One) Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture (Film) · Chiwetel Ejiofor - "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind" (Netflix) · Jordan Peele - "Us" (Universal Pictures) · Kasi Lemmons - "Harriet" (Focus Features) · Mati Diop - "Atlantics" (Les Films du Bal Presente en Co-Production avec Cinekap et Frakas Productions en Co-Production avec Arte France Cinema et Canal+ International for Netflix) · Reginald Hudlin - "The Black Godfather" (Netflix) https://www.bet.com/shows/naacp-image-awards/2020/articles/nominee-announcement.html
  8. Harriet was horrile and Cynthia Erivo was horrible
  9. In America, they nominate black people, but rarely give them awards, at least the Bafta have the decency not to even nomiante black people, for a dog and pony show
  10. Black people should fund and produce all white movies, you'll make alot of money
  11. Solution is for black producers to fund and make white movies, hey if you can't beat them, just use their labor to get rich
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