Hollyweird libtard Jessica Chastain critizes her own all white magazine cover

la times mag cover

Jessica is so “woke” and such a proponent of “inclusivity” that she participated in this magazine cover (posing on bottom left), faced outrage over Twitter, then decided she better do some virtue signaling.

That’s probably because she’s got a new movie, Molly’s Game, to promote. She evidently doesn’t want another flop on her hands, like her gun control movie “Miss Sloane.”

Nice try at absolving your actions, honey.

From EW: Jessica Chastain has joined the chorus of outrage over a racially homogeneous magazine cover — of which she was a part.

Last week, the LA Times Magazine released a cover featuring six awards season contenders in this year’s Best Actress race: Annette Bening, Jessica Chastain, Diane Kruger, Margot Robbie, Saoirse Ronan, and Kate Winslet. Under this image of five blondes and one redhead, the magazine had the shockingly tone-deaf title of the feature: “A Shift in Focus.” Twitter was not amused.

Some of the cover’s critics specifically called out Chastain for taking part in the all-white photo and feature, as she has long been a vocal proponent of a more inclusive Hollywood. Saturday night, the actress didn’t directly respond to those who had addressed her, but did tweet her own criticisms of the all-white cover.

“It’s a sad look that there’s no WOC in this pic of us promoting our female lead [sic] films,” the two-time Oscar nominee — so far the only actress featured on the cover to comment on the controversy — tweeted. “The industry needs to become more inclusive in its storytelling. What were your favorite WOC lead films this year? I LOVED @salmahayek in #BeatriceAtDinner.”

Beyond Hayek’s Sundance drama, however, the actress (and her followers who responded) struggled to come up with a list of titles led by women of color.

The 2017 awards season felt like it might have marked the beginning of some positive change for the Hollywood awards game after the #OscarsSoWhite of years past, with Best Supporting Actor going to Mahershala Ali, Best Supporting Actress to Viola Davis, and Best Picture to Moonlight (despite a small mix-up). This year’s awards season scoreboard proves there’s still a long way to go when it comes to diverse storytelling: Just in the Best Actress race, represented by the LA Times by these six women, all 10 Golden Globes nominations and all five SAG nominations have gone to white actresses.

h/t Breitbart



17 responses to “Hollyweird libtard Jessica Chastain critizes her own all white magazine cover

  1. Chastain should just go whole hog on her white guilt and go transrace like Rachel Dolezal:


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  2. Never heard of her or her cohorts, except for Kate Winslet. 😎

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  3. Funny how she hadn’t felt that way while sitting for the photo (when she could have been kicked off the cover)

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  4. Since they no longer have Weinstein to produce films money is hard to come by and their lush life taking aback, they have to find new ways to be in the limelight, I suggest they start talking to Oprah so that they appear in her “O” magazine and maybe some guest appearances in OWN (Oprah Winfred Network) -I don’t like Oprah —neither buy the magazine nor watch that channel.

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  5. Maybe someone could explain why I’m supposed to care what she thinks.

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    • lophatt . . . . that is the greatest comeback in the world! You got that right, “why I’m supposed to care what she thinks.” If aa pole were taken, I would bet that the majority of people do not know who she is, much less care what her views are about anything!

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  6. TBH, I’ve never heard of any of them except for Mrs. Beatty…

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  7. I went to high school with Jessica Chastain in Sacramento, CA. she was always a snob

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