Why Whites Avoid Movies With Black Actors

Studio executives believe white audiences prefer to see white characters, while black audiences want to see black characters, so they increasingly make films for each demographic.  White moviegoers seem convinced that films with black stars are not made for them; they are not the films’ intended audience.

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One Response to Why Whites Avoid Movies With Black Actors

  1. Chris Harris says:

    What a load of crap! I’m white and go to all of Denzel Hayes Washington, Jr.’s films. I don’t care what nationality is cast, a great actor/actress is a great performer and artist. I think the ones conducting these studies need to broaden their research demographics, so they themselves aren’t so narrow minded.

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