Rachel Zegler talked about Snow White and how since she accepted the role in the upcoming adaptation live action of the Disney studio, several people on the internet have shown their dissatisfaction with the project, arguing that if the actress appears in the cast it is because of the need for “political correctness” in Hollywood.
This is Rachel Zegler’s opinion of Snow White live-action and criticism
During an interview with Vanity Fairthe interpreter, who last year debuted in feature films with the new version of Love without barriers directed by Steven Spielberg, was forceful in clarifying how she takes the comments made by the trolls social networks. This said:
“People make jokes that ours is the politically correct Snow White and it’s like: ‘Yes, it is, because I needed it’”.
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In addition, he went on to argue that the stories presented in the animated classics need to be refreshed. This in order to be able to approach them from a more progressive perspective.
“It’s an animation from 85 years ago, and our version is a refreshing story about a young woman who has a function beyond saying, ‘Someday my prince will come.'”
Zegler also acknowledged that he has dealt with controversy before. For example, he mentioned that when he was doing the promotional tour for Love without barriers he had to deal with many questions related to his Latino ancestry. He said the following:
“I don’t think there could be a more stressful press tour than the one I had to do for West Side Story. Having to answer a lot of cultural questions and at the same time answering why I was cast as a Disney princess that isn’t associated with my skin color…it was weird.”
Rachel Zegler spoke about Snow White and responded to criticism of her next live action. But she is not the only interpreter who will star in a House of Mouse musical and who was criticized. There is also the case of Halle Bailey, who will be Ariel in The little Mermaid and received support from the actress who voiced the mermaid in the ’90s version, as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Jose Roberto Landaverde Film buff and music lover. I am fascinated by writing, listening, reading and commenting on everything related to the seventh art. I am a fan of Rocky and Back to the Future and of course one day I will climb the “Philly Steps” and drive a DeLorean. Faithful believer that the cinema is the best teleportation machine, and also that we can all see ourselves represented on the big screen. Constantly, like Scott Pilgrim, I ask myself: “Does bread make you fat?”