Why are blue slate movies ‘too white’ for kids?
A new movie is coming out with a strong, diverse cast of white actors, and it’s hitting theaters in 2018.
Blue slate is a name for a family-friendly, black-and-white picture that focuses on two sisters who are orphaned at the age of eight.
In the film, star Jane Fonda plays the titular blue slate family.
Fonda stars in the movie, which has been nominated for four Academy Awards, including best picture and best director.
The film is also based on the bestselling book of the same name, written by author and professor E.L. Doctorow.
The film follows the family as they travel from Mississippi to the remote Pacific Northwest to find their missing sister, who has been found dead at the bottom of a deep well.
Blue slate has been a huge success, raking in more than $8 million at the box office and topping the box-office charts in more countries than any other film, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The movie has earned a slew of accolades for its strong casting.
In 2017, the film won the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series nomination at the Academy Awards.
The same year, the movie was nominated for an Emmy Award for best picture.
The Blue Slate family has also had a strong following, particularly in black communities.
In August 2017, The New York Times published an article about the film that included the following: “In this movie, a family in rural Mississippi struggles to find the love and support they need in the face of the death of a sister.
Their struggle is aided by a loving family of five.”
The film has also been honored for its diversity in its casts.
In November 2017, a petition titled “Jane Fonda’s Blue Slate” was signed by more than 7,500 people.
The petition called on Fonda to “admit that she has chosen to cast black women in her roles.”
The petition also said, “Fonda has a long history of making films about black women, which she has said she considers to be her own.
Fonda has made her share of films about white women in which the white women are the protagonists, and she has made a name and career for herself as a feminist.
I believe that, when the opportunity arises, she should commit to taking on the roles of a diverse and diverse cast.”
The Blue Slates have also been nominated multiple times for best actress in a movie, including in 2017 for Jane Fondas “I Love You, Daddy” for actress Amber Tamblyn, who won the award for best supporting actress.