Zoe Kravitz is at the peak of her success after the release of The Batman in theatres. However, the shooting process of every movie or drama series is not the same. Zoe has not revealed the uncomfortable feeling of being on the set of Big Little Lies.
In an interview with The Observer, Zoe Kravitz said that she felt “uncomfortable” filming the HBO hit series “Big Little Lies” in California. She explained the area was predominantly a white area. Zoe also said that the “weird racist people” scared her and made her uneasy.
“There were a few moments where I felt a little uncomfortable because it is such a white area. Just weird racist people in bars and things like that.”
In the past, critics have said one of the big problems with “Big Little Lies” was the lack of diversity within it. It was very evident as Kravitz was one of the few actors of color in the whole cast. She told The Observer that her character was also “originally written for a white person.”
Kravitz has previously praised the series for not making her character’s ethnicity a big issue. A journalist named Kathleen Newman-Bremang wrote that not acknowledging her race made her character inauthentic. Similarly, other critics have always come and slammed the idea of not showing a more broad perspective of people’s race.
The recent portrayal of Zoe as Catwoman in The Batman was not the first time she has auditioned for the role. She told The Guardian that she auditioned for the role in Christopher Nolan’s iteration of Batman, The Dark Knight Rises. With this role in the DC universe, she has cemented herself as a great actress.
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