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- Keep the fucking mouth shut

the Black Lives Matter movement's struggle for equal rights for all regardless of color has really taken off in recent times, and the film industry is one of the places where there really will be called up in an effort up to make changes.

A number of animated series - among other things 'The Simpsons', 'Family Guy' and 'The Cleveland Show' - has removed the white persons who provided the voice for the dark characters, while Alison Brie has apologized for that she in the six years provided the voice of vietnamese-american Diana Nguyen in the Netflix series 'BoJack Horseman'.

The English actor Simon Pegg pays tribute to the fight for more diversity in the film industry - and in society in general.

he says in an interview with The Guardian, where he tells that he has held meetings with people like Cephas Williams from '56 Black men' to help black actors, writers and directors to get into the industry.

Simon Pegg has appeared in a wide range of movies since he became a part of the industry. Photo: Anthony Harvey/Shutterstock

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He is also sending a rallying cry to all the people who are trying to thwart Black Lives Matter.

All that complain about it, just keep the fucking mouth shut, for the time is come for it, he says, and continues:

- the Film industry would be a much healthier industry and a more interesting place if there were more voices, different stories and different experiences. It is so dominated by one particular voice and complexion, says Simon Pegg.

He adds that it makes business dull, when it's only one voice that dominates. He notes also that it is not only a question of race, but also gender.

- did you Know that 'Lost in Transmission' (as Simon Pegg starred in in 2019, ed.) was the first film I am involved in, where a woman was the instructor? After 20 years in the film industry! How disturbing is it right?

the 50-year-old Simon Pegg has appeared in a wide range of movies in his time in the industry - among the other four 'Mission Impossible'films, 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz'.

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