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Cursed: Is The Fantasy Drama Better Than The Witcher?

Cursed became one of the most awaited shows of Netflix after it’s releasing. Fairies, demons, and witchcraft are some of the magical tropes that populate these stories, taking our imaginations to bold new places. But there is another way that most fantasy shows deviate from reality, and that is to refuse to accept people of color. 

But he tried, and was also successful, taking on a classic role traditionally given to white actors. It is important that the actor is suitable for the chosen role. Terrell says this was repeated to him throughout the casting process, and the producers told him, “We want to find the best person. That’s what we want.

Is The Fantasy Drama Better Than The Witcher?

Cursed is better than The Witcher and GOT in one crucial way
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n the next few days, Cursed may have a backlash over a white actor choosing Terrell. The fact that such stories have traditionally focused on European fantasy does not mean that they should remain exclusively white in the future. With the participation of Terell and also in the context of broader cast members, the trend was cursed thanks.

During the eight seasons, Missenden and Gray Worm were the only two tracks of color, and they were slaves. The need for more diverse and rounded representation on the show became especially apparent when comedian Corinne Wells shared her thoughts for an all-black dream ensemble.

Sure, The Witcher also released a non-white role as Anya Shlotra, and it’s important to note, but unfortunately, her character is controversial for being inclusive for other Yanfer may seem like a powerful and inspiring figure, but the show defines him almost exclusively through motherhood and attempts to “fix” his disability. This is problematic for several reasons, which are surprisingly explained here.

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Cursed also introduces a Qatari colored character (Morgan), who plays a key role in the first There is still work to be done in this regard. Since tails and non-white casting are rarely preferred in fiction, the difference between these two identities is also rare to see on screen. You are more likely to see people with tree trunks because people of color live their lives imaginatively. The damn producers told Terrell that they wanted to find the “best man” to play the role of Arthur. Devon landed this role, and in doing so also helped more actors of color gain a wider range of roles in the future.

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Kane Dane

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