Storytellers are the chroniclers of our life and times. They memorialize history, dissect our complex and evolving world
So, although the argument against a particular casting choice might be frustrating on one level, on another, it makes complete sense. I believe the writer should always have the last word. Though there are two instances where I think non-traditional approaches can make sense
Not suave? Has this stooge ever seen Elba? Like, ever in life? Like, even on his worst day? If he hasn't, that's the only plausible explanation for his ridiculous remarks about the actor who first stole our collective heart as Stringer Bell, clingy-sweater-rocking drug kingpin on The Wire.
Is "too street" a thinly veiled way of saying "too black?"
"My comments about Idris have caused offense. That wasn't my intention."
The answer, Watson, is elementary. The reason Sherlock Holmes' latest adventure, The House of Silk, is only being published
Children's author Anthony Horowitz will give readers a sneak peek of a new collection of horror stories with three of them