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Yuugian t1_j5h5gkr wrote

It's time we expand our Zoe Saldana pallet. What can we do with an Orange or Red Zoe? What heights can we reach with Yellow?

Is the world ready for Purple Saldana?


drgmaster909 t1_j5hgajb wrote

> Orange Zoe

Damn if only they'd cast her in Cats it would've been a billion dollar movie.


casualsubversive t1_j5hiwtt wrote

On the contrary! We must hone in on the shade producing the effect! It's time for a teal Zoe Saldana.


Justredditin t1_j5i0bwm wrote

“You know when it comes to racism, people say: " I don't care if they're black, white, purple or green"… Ooh hold on now: Purple or Green? You gotta draw the line somewhere! To hell with purple people! - Unless they're suffocating - then help'em.” - Mitch Hedberg


RyFro t1_j5hwyag wrote

She is the infinity stones personified.


BiggestFlower t1_j5hzmf4 wrote

There’s pallet, palette, and palate. You wanted the middle one.


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sentientketchup t1_j5iiq2u wrote

I also don't get this. Rami Malek is American, with Egyptian parents. He played Parsi-Indian descent British Freddie Mercury and he does not exactly resemble Mercury. He had two hours of daily make up including a prosthetic nose to play Mercury. I haven't seen any criticism of that- film got four Oscars and any news comments about the makeup is with praise about how they achieved the look. Why is Saldana's case different?


malkumecks t1_j5ixefy wrote

It’s ignorance. Rami caught a little flack from the online minority about why an American actor was picked to play Pharoah Ahkmenrah in Night at the Museum. Some people just want to complain for no reason.


RarePoniesNFT t1_j5i6xvw wrote

These are good names for specialty mixed drinks. "I'd like one Purple Saldana please, and an Orange Zoe for the lady."