Harry potter British preference=discrimination?:

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151 C0mraid10th Dec 2011 04:34:56 PM from Here and there
[up]x4 True, but over here the new Doctor Who is far too popular and mainstream to be 'cult', although the classic series probably is. So it's still a lot less popular.
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152 USAF71310th Dec 2011 11:21:48 PM from the United States
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Animated Harry Potter set in the US with all US actors...?


Jesus Christ whoever proposed that is an idiot.
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153 BestOf11th Dec 2011 05:57:54 AM from Finland , Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
For endless fun, look up what the potential producers of the Good Omens movie were trying to do to the book.

Rowling might have heard of that fiasco.
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I think what Rowling wanted to prevent was a "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon with few actual Chinese" scenario.

You know, like a "Let's do a civil rights movement movie, but cast people of all races as the Blacks to make it fair" kind of deal.
155 Joesolo11th Dec 2011 03:01:45 PM , Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
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[up] IKR. I annoys me when they do that stuff, or when they leave out races that were involved in bad things. EG, everyone ignoring the tribes that sold other tribes as slaves, or "Forgetting" that the freedom rides were mixed.

anyway, lets get back on topic. It'd be rather pointless to try to hire people that wouldn't fit the roles well. Kids generally act like themselves easier than someone completely different.
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