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Clickbait Hollywood sure looked different exactly 10 years ago.

brap

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That's Rebecca Hall.

But enough of that, I'm here to ruin your day
lmao wtf
ALSO IMAGINE GETTING A FUCKING TRIANGLE TATTOO ON YOUR ARM FUCKING LMAO. Female Dj Qualls needs to fuck off. Tattoos should be illegal.
 
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I believe the woman between Amanda Seyfried and Mia Wasikowska is Rebecca Hall, but I'm not 100% certain.

That short hair on Mia makes me melt.
 
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Seyfried all the way, not even close. She's hot yet she hides her figure well. Just go watch Lovelace
 
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Ayymanda Sayyfried (Imagine your entire name getting red squiggled by spell check. )

Where is she looking. Shes the only one not looking directly ahead.
 

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Non-cropped version where you can read the names on the bottom

 
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Surprised that Abby Cormish is on the cover. Her career didn't take off like these others.
 

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You know as a 90's kid I remember the 90's and early 2000's being pretty diverse in terms of actors/actresses. Hell even older movies from the 80's I wasn't born in to were pretty diverse.

Then the late 00's and earlys 10's I think a lot of shit was made aimed at younger suburban teenagers (Harry Potter, Twilight, hunger games), so a lot of characters from that stuff were white. Hell girls at my high school ate up Twilight regardless of ethnicity so I don't think it really bothered anyone. It was just more of a trend since alot of movies were book adaptations.

The difference between then and now is that diversity (or lack of) in Hollywood seemed to be based on trends in terms of what was being created or adapted, but then since 2013 or so when all the SJW culture war stuff started that all changed. Now diversity in representation is a cultural mandate made by a vocal minority that have an inordinate amount of power because of the advent of social media.

I guess what I'm saying is when I was younger I saw hot women of various ethnicities in movies/magazines/etc. and didn't think anything of it. Now everyone's being conditioned by traditional and social media to see everyone in terms of their race and it's honestly fucking sad.

Anyways Kirsten Stewart sucks as an actress and is the least attractive of those chicks. Emma Stone for lyfe.
 

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most of those chicks are still in movies. Hollywood still full of white blond women. so to me it looks exactly the same.
 

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I watched Vicky Christina Barcelona and The Town in back to back days not that long ago and was enthralled by Rebecca Hall. But her career didn't really seem to go to where it should have.
 
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Awww you beat me to it.

You know as a 90's kid I remember the 90's and early 2000's being pretty diverse in terms of actors/actresses. Hell even older movies from the 80's I wasn't born in to were pretty diverse.

Then the late 00's and earlys 10's I think a lot of shit was made aimed at younger suburban teenagers (Harry Potter, Twilight, hunger games), so a lot of characters from that stuff were white. Hell girls at my high school ate up Twilight regardless of ethnicity so I don't think it really bothered anyone. It was just more of a trend since alot of movies were book adaptations.

The difference between then and now is that diversity (or lack of) in Hollywood seemed to be based on trends in terms of what was being created or adapted, but then since 2013 or so when all the SJW culture war stuff started that all changed. Now diversity in representation is a cultural mandate made by a vocal minority that have an inordinate amount of power because of the advent of social media.

I guess what I'm saying is when I was younger I saw hot women of various ethnicities in movies/magazines/etc. and didn't think anything of it. Now everyone's being conditioned by traditional and social media to see everyone in terms of their race and it's honestly fucking sad.

Anyways Kirsten Stewart sucks as an actress and is the least attractive of those chicks. Emma Stone for lyfe.
There was a weird period of time there in the the late 00's and early 10's where media got pretty white, I don't really know what was up with that but fucking hell has there been waaaaaaaaaaaay too much of an overcorrection on that since.
 
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brap

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You know as a 90's kid I remember the 90's and early 2000's being pretty diverse in terms of actors/actresses. Hell even older movies from the 80's I wasn't born in to were pretty diverse.
It's like every time I watch a movie from the 80s or 90s there's a bunch of minorities in them. Speed is basically all minorities on the bus. And so many asians in them too. Where the fuck did all the asians in movies go?
 

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Not impressed. Too pale. Not particularly terribly attractive. Maybe 1 or 2.
 

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It's like every time I watch a movie from the 80s or 90s there's a bunch of minorities in them. Speed is basically all minorities on the bus. And so many asians in them too. Where the fuck did all the asians in movies go?
They got bitch slapped back to Bangkok.
 
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