I think it's kind of ridiculous that chuds online are getting outraged over this actress being against the Hong Kong protesters and are thus calling for a boycott of the movie. It's the same people who got upset over Brie Larson's comments about feminism. Whether or not I agree or disagree with an actor isn't going to determine whether I see a film. It's okay if that's the determination for you! But I think people who make that determination are crazy. Straight up. Frankly, and I'm going to be honest, reading your stuff on this....I don't care. Your points are nonsensical. Hollywood has been self-censoring for American audiences and the American government for decades. When have we seen a Hollywood movie from the perspective of a foreigner where the US as a whole is presented as evil or bad? Because we've seen countless movies where the a foreign country is evil. If the American government is bad, it's always presented as a few rotten apples who have gotten some power, and Americans will be the one set things right. It's never America as a whole that's considered bad. Where's my Hollywood movie about the US unjustly invading a country like Iraq and the protagonist is an Iraqi civilian who kills American soldiers to defend his home? Where's that movie? Can you imagine the outrage among Facebook Karens if that movie was made, and killing American soldiers was presented as the right thing? "But Viv, they don't make that movie because it won't make money." And there you have it, folks. Chinese audiences are now making up a larger part of a movie's revenue than prior, so movie companies want to make sure not to anger them. If you don't like this, tough? Hollywood spent decades making sure not to anger you.