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EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Zoe Saldana May 5, 2009

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Interview,Star Trek (2009 film) , trackback

In 2004 Zoe Saldana played a Trekkie in Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal and just a few year’s later she walked onto the bridge of the USS Enterprise as the new Uhura. In our exclusive interview with the actress we talk about that journey, about her being a sci-fi fan, and even about clothes. We also get into one of the more surprising elements of her Uhura.  [interview contains SPOILERS]

 

Interview with Zoe Saldana
 

TrekMovie: I understand your introduction to Star Trek was through Steven Spielberg, playing a Trekkie in The Terminal, and he had to give you a little background on what it means to be a Trekkie?

Saldana: I didn’t even know what the word ‘Trekkie’ meant. So I didn’t know what conventions were. I knew of Star Trek, but not extensively. So part of doing my research to have the feel to be a Trekkie and to go to these conventions, I saw a couple of the episodes and I saw Trekkies 1 and 2, and I remember watching it and the people around me were sort of laughing at everything and I felt so overwhelmed and I felt so happy that I remember thinking ‘I want to be like that, I want to be so passionate about something that I incorporate it in my every day life and it is the reason I wake up and it fulfills me.’ So it was through the fans that I became very very curious. What is it about this show and these characters and these stories that drew people to keep it alive after forty some years after only a few seasons?

TrekMovie: Steven came to the set of Star Trek, so what was that like?

Saldana: Oh my god! He totally flaunted that he was the one that taught me to do [the Vulcan salute]. Because he really did. It took a little bit for me.


Video clips of Saldana as a Trekkie from "The Terminal"
(video put together when TrekMovie was first to report Saldana was in talks to play Uhura)

TrekMovie: You talk about being passionate, what would you consider yourself passionate about? Maybe fashion?

Saldana: I love fashion and am very passionate about it, but I am mostly passionate about what I do as an actor. I love being able to tell stories. The participation of storytelling is what keeps me obsessed. I guess I am a Trekkie for movies.

TrekMovie: What are some of your favorite movies?

Saldana: Blade Runner. I grew up in a sci-fi environment and am a huge sci-fi fanatic so Ripley [Alien] and Sarah Connor [Terminator] are some of my favorite characters of all time. I am driven toward women who are very strong and commanding and kick alien ass and all that stuff, and also kiss aliens. I would say Blade Runner, and The Hunger, which is one of Tony Scott’s first films. I saw it when I was very young, I think I saw it when I was nine or ten, I fell completely in love with the movie. It felt completely dark and hopeless because these people were eternally condemned and unable to love. And Blade Runner, I knew watching Blade Runner, and Dune, that I wasn’t old enough to understand the concept. But the fact that I was to grow older and be able to one day look at it and go ‘I get this now’ was so exciting to me at the age of five.

TrekMovie: You mention kissing aliens, so I can’t help but bring up something. I would say as a Trekkie it was the most surprising thing about this film. Were you nervous about the love connection with Spock and tell me how you prepared for it.

Saldana: I thought JJ [Abrams] was out of his mind when he and Bob Orci and Alex Kurtzman decided to take that route. My concerns was what effect it was going to have on the fan community and whether or not it was going to go according to what they had known for so long. But at the same time there was no way to disprove that something like that had taken place before on the Enterprise. So after I gave myself that permission I allowed myself to go back to the script and read the story and focus on these characters and their journey and it made perfect sense to me. He is half human, half Vulcan, at some point if he was only going to be a Vulcan man, then why even make him half human. You are constantly waiting for him to break. It is that battle that makes Spock who he is and connects Spock to the beautiful friendship he has with Kirk and keeps him connected on a sensitive level when it comes to life. And I felt Uhura was a very commanding and — Nichelle [Nichol]’s Uhura was just so sexy and she always had things together and she had a swagger to her that was absolutely sensuous but confident. And she had already gotten there. I couldn’t necessarily start here there because there would be no journey for her. She was definitely very determined and a very strong woman and really wanted to be on that Enterprise and be the xenolinguistics expert since she was like five years old. So who else but Spock for her to look up to and have an infatuation with, more than Kirk.


Saldana was concerned over how fans would react to the Uhura/Spock relationship

TrekMovie: Did you talk to Nichelle about the love interest?

Saldana: I did not. I was so nervous to meet her.

TrekMovie: As someone so interested in fashion, you got to wear a number of outfits in the movie, what did you think of the wardrobe and [costume designer] Michael Kaplan’s work?

Saldana: Oh, Michael Kaplan is fantastic! I thought it was incredibly witty on his behalf, and JJ, to keep some essence of the 60s. My mom from remembers watching Star Trek when she was a girl and says not only was it special on so many levels, but it was trendy. Like what she wore was hot, from her eyelashes, to the way she styled her hair, to those little mini skirts. And that kind of defines it. So when you think of the Enterprise, you have an overall essence of what it is that they used to wear and the colors are very vibrant. Had they walked away from that, I think it would have been harder for us psychologically to immediately connect.  

TrekMovie: OK, so here is a really nerdy question. How can you tell what rank you are and the other women wearing the short sleeve uniforms?

Saldana: Its not the color?

TrekMovie: Actually that is the division you work in. The rank is the braid on the long sleeves, those stripes. 

Saldana: Oh god that is a good observation. I am going to ask Michael Kaplan "where was my rank?"


Saldana as Uhura hopes Kirk can handle being Captain, but how do we know what rank she is?

 

Up Next – TrekMovie talks to Cho
Next up in our final pre-movie series of interviews with the cast and crew of Star Trek will be John Cho talking about getting out of the chair and how I (in a small way) may be responsible for getting him the job of Sulu.

Other final pre-movie exclusive interviews at TrekMovie:

 

 

 

Comments

1. Sean4000 - May 6, 2009

Good interview.

2. Harry Ballz - May 6, 2009

Zoe Saldana is SCRUMP-DILLY-ISHUS!!

3. thorsten - May 6, 2009

haha, love your final question, Anthony!

4. The Governator - May 6, 2009

Good interview. Funny, you got her on that last question!

Might I suggest Anthony that you change your last link? Zachary Saldana? lol :)

5. Jim Smith - May 6, 2009

Zoe is lovely as Uhura in the new film; strong and smart and empowered in the way that Nichelle Nichols is but rarely got to be as Uhura, if that makes sense.

She’s going to endear herself to the Geek crowd with her choice of movie favourites isn’t she? Like Rosario Dawson and her BSG obsession and extensive knowledge of TNG it just makes her ”one of us” in a way that’s probably nothing more than a delusion, but a very nice delusion.

6. TrekYou - May 6, 2009

“a huge sci-fi fanatic”.. yet absolutely zero knowledge about trek? dont get me wrong, i dont expect anything but for her to act.. just didnt make sense to me. no wonder she’s ranked red.

stay hot baby

7. Will_H - May 6, 2009

So far so good, except she might wanna work on her Vulcan salute a bit. Oh, and if uniform color meant rank, there would be a lot of captains for one ship.

8. Penhall99 - May 6, 2009

I dont know about this whole Uhura and Spock thing….

I wonder why they decided to do that?

9. TrekYou - May 6, 2009

Jim: i thought the same thing.. just a little name dropping for some scifi street cred. it didnt work, but i think thats why they tossed some pics up there, lol.

10. Jim Smith - May 6, 2009

@ 9, oh I’m not saying that she’s name dropping for a some inverse ‘cred, just that we as fans will overreact to her saying something which is true and feel exaggerated kinship

11. TrekYou - May 6, 2009

8: i think i remember reading it somewhere else, although it may have also been quinto.. anyway, from his interview posted earlier on the main page:

“Uhura represents a canvas onto which Spock is able to project the emotions he cannot express.”

i thought that was a pretty decent explanation. he goes into more detail, which i feel hits the nail on the head. plus, someone’s gotta get that green blood pumpin.

SPOILER: Spock: “Got any Vulcan in you? You will answer me.”

12. TrekYou - May 6, 2009

10: my bad. i still feel that way, ha ha.. although i have no problem admitting i dont know her interests. perhaps i shouldnt jump to conclusions based on a text interview. naaaah.

13. Chris Fawkes - May 6, 2009

Why didn’t she come to Australia?

Only 18 hours to go till i’m seeing it.

14. JJ_roddenberry - May 6, 2009

Wow, nice guns in that last pic.

15. S. John Ross - May 6, 2009

I’m still sticking with my theory about olfactory rank insignia for the women (just a dab of Lieutenant Commander behind the ear, rub a little on the wrists … not so much as to overpower the senses but clear enough so that other officers know how to address you).

Saldana’s smile at the end of that clip made me all melty.

16. hairy trekker - May 6, 2009

Just like Spock’s more emotional side is shown in the two pilots, there are hints of an emotional link between Spock and Uhura in the early episodes.

There’s the duet in Charlie X and the “Vulcan has no moon, Miss Uhura,” scene from Man Trap.

The film opens in the UK in 14 hours.

Can’t wait.

17. Nikki - May 6, 2009

Why aren´t there any interviews with Karl Urban, Eric Bana and Simon Pegg ?

18. David_Alexander - May 6, 2009

Shows how obsessive-to-detail I am that the ‘how do you tell the rank on the short-sleeved tops?’ question was one of the first things I thought of back when the first cinematic trailer came out!

And I still don’t have an answer…

:-/

19. V'GER LIVES FOREVER - May 6, 2009

hummina, hummina , hummina

20. JP Saylor - May 6, 2009

ROFL

Isn’t it the color? wow that was amazing. And a very good point. I’m interested in seeing their response. Perhaps, since she is right out of the Academy, she doesn’t have a rank yet. Or at least not one they would show.

21. scifib5st - May 6, 2009

“I go gate 6…..7″ OMG, I loved the movie “The Terminal” I did not make the connection until I read this. So Speilberg put he on this path, humm? Could we see Tom Hanks as Commander Decker, or Commander Mendess?
Then you have the actor Clint Howard who stared in the TOS episode “The Corbimite Manuver” and one DS9, Voyager, and Enterprise episode.

22. cpelc - May 6, 2009

35 Fresh and 0 Rotten

Keep it coming!

23. Jorg Sacul - May 6, 2009

Her not knowing Trek (but knowing Blade Runner) is possible, I know some hardcore sci-fi fans who’ve never sat through an episode (or movie) of it. It all depends on where your interest is, or what you’re exposed to, I guess.

24. spockatatic - May 6, 2009

I don’t ever think I will be comfortable with Spock/Uhura. If he does go through a point in his life where he likes human females, bring in Leila Kalomi! They met on earth 6 years prior to the Enterprise, didn’t they? And seriously, are we all forgetting T’Pring, that bitch? Uhura seems to me like she’s a lot younger than Spock. He’s her freakin mentor!
anyway, that’s just how I see it, I guess.

25. Pragmaticus - May 6, 2009

The Uhura-Spock romance was sort of foreshadowed in TOS “The Changeling” when after Nomad wipes Uhura’s mind, when Spock says “That unit is a woman” you can tell that he cares about her.

26. John Sullivan - May 6, 2009

Where’s Yeoman Rand? She’s supposed to be the Duty Squeeze.

I am most excited about Zoe being in this film. She spent a decade in the Dominican Republic living a life that helped to form who she is, as if living in and around NYC wasn’t like living on another planet. She’s one of the more cultured and sophisticated actresses out there, and was pretty good in “Pirates of the Carribean.” She reminds me of Linda Park, a Star Trek actress that will never be “typecast” into Star Trek because so long as she keeps her “nose clean” and doesn’t fall into the trap where actors believe they have to make buzzing noises in the tabloids to stay relevant, she’ll do just fine and live a long and happy life.

27. thorsten - May 6, 2009

@24…

Remember the Farragut!

28. John Sullivan - May 6, 2009

#25 – ha! :) — my favorite interaction between Uhura and Spock happened in one of the very early episodes, when Uhura gives Spock in the Command Chair her “hi suga’ baby” eyes, and says … “haven’t you ever walked on a Vulcan beach under a full moon?” He responds to her invite with “Vulcan has no Moon, Miss Uhura.” She rolls her eyes and says “Really? I’m not surprised.”

29. John Sullivan - May 6, 2009

#24 … Spock as described in DC (The Spock Script Supervisor) Fontana’s “Vulcan’s Glory,” some of which appears in this movie always was a little more human before he had to become more Vulcan to try to reel Kirk in and provide some balance on the bridge. The reason Uhura would become attracted to him is the same reason so many female fans in the 1970’s showed off their “I grok Spock” bumper stickers … they see Spock as a challenge to conqueror. Among the female species, maybe there’s some prize for the woman who can trigger Pon Farr in a Vulcan male, but DC Fontana made it clear that Vulcans CAN mate more than once every seven (Earth?) years, but with a lot more self-control. Perhaps the challenge for women would not have been so great in Spock’s youth, yet one can not watch 3 years of Star Trek without seeing an untold story of a common past and a great friendship between Spock and Uhura. Of all of the controversies in this film, the Spock-Uhura relationship is the least controversial to me, and perhaps the most over-rated one in hindsight after having seen the film. I noticed that between the time of this film, the skirts are cut to make sleeves.

30. Derf - May 6, 2009

#28 Brilliant! I had forgotten that. It’s actually been a ‘long’ time since I watched the originals. I caught a few of the remastered episodes. Maybe I ought to take the Blue-Ray leap :)

31. StarTrekkie - May 6, 2009

@26 Oh my goodness, she was in pirates!! Wow, I never realized that. I need to watch her scenes again!

32. German Trek Fan - May 6, 2009

I’m gonna watch it in 3 hrs 45 min!!!

33. Daoud - May 6, 2009

Also, during the movie sequence ST III, isn’t Uhura on Vulcan, staying with Sarek and Amanda? Hmmmm, kind of interesting that she’s there staying with them.

And of course in “Journey to Babel”, she knows who Sarek is, it’s Kirk who doesn’t realize…

I also understand now why Lt Uhura was always sitting with her body angled more towards Spock’s station rather than the turbolift doors. ;) Subtle subconscious…

It all makes sense really. The linguistics ties it together.

34. Raphael Salgado - May 6, 2009

1 day, 8 hours, 17 minutes and 48 seconds…

35. Jenni Generation - May 6, 2009

6. Since when did every sci fi fan HAVE to know Trek? Sci fi is a huge genre! There’s so much variation, liking or knowing one type doesn’t guarantee another. That’s why it’s so great. Someting for everyone.

Great interview. I’m really looking forward to her performance; she sounds like she does a fantastic job :D Personally I’m very interested in the S/U angle, assuming it’s pulled off in a way that respects, if not original relationships, then original characterisations.

36. Jorg Sacul - May 6, 2009

She is great in this film. I won’t give spoilers (other than Scotty beaming tribbles into the Narada’s warp core), but Zoe’s performance is VERY strong here. You’ll see. :-)

37. Bryan - May 6, 2009

TrekMovie: OK, so here is a really nerdy question. How can you tell what rank you are and the other women wearing the short sleeve uniforms?

Saldana: Its not the color?

TrekMovie: Actually that is the division you work in. The rank is the braid on the long sleeves, those stripes.

Yes Zoe, It’s the color – everyone on the Enterprise wearing Red is a Lieutenant, Gold is for Captains, and Blue is for Commanders. This means Checkov and Sulu are both Captains.

oh well, I still can’t wait to see this movie, I think she’ll do a great job!

38. falcon - May 6, 2009

Well, her dossier on the movie website says she’s an Academy student…so she’s at least equal in rank to Kirk (as a cadet). Guessing she’s not on command track (although, remember in the early 1st season, she wore command gold), so I’d assume she’s still either a cadet or an ensign aboard the Enterprise.

No rank stripe = ensign. Unless they braided it into her collar or something…

39. Duncan MacLeod - May 6, 2009

Lets not forget that look on Spock’s face when he is playing the Vulcan Harp and Uhura is singing to him… definately sounds like 2 former lovers who have become friends and serve together…

40. Duncan MacLeod - May 6, 2009

Off Topic – Rotten Tommatoes up to 41 reviews… still 100%

On a side note – Wolverine = 36%

41. tman - May 6, 2009

28. I was remembering that scene too. I believe it’s in the Man Trap just before Uhura meets the shape shifter in the hallway and it transforms into a guy to lure her (sorry if I ruined the Man Trap for those who haven’t seen it). I was wondering about that scene and it’s implications when I saw it again as an adult (before any spoilers from the movie hinted at a romance). I think there’s a free-spiritedness, self-confidence, flirtiness, and a lack of judgement in her. I don’t get the impression she’s particularly monogamous in her relationships and you get a clear sense that she cares about everyone and is not afraid to express it. I haven’t seen the film yet, but I wonder whether it’s an obsession or a mix of empathy, genuine pleasure, and intrigue by a caring, free-spirited xenolinguist. I don’t think there was a thing going on specifically between the two of them through TOS and the movies. I think analyzing the later films for this is a bad idea (the fan dance is canon, too); and I would suspect that in the Journey to Babel since she’s the one hearing the majority of communications on and off the ship she would be in the know on who Spock’s father was.

42. Magic_Al - May 6, 2009

The first time we saw short-sleeve uniforms (besides McCoy’s smock) was TMP, where long-sleeve uniforms had stripes and short-sleeve uniforms had shoulder epaulettes. Would have worked equally well in this film.

43. Gary Seven of Nine - May 6, 2009

I know A LOT of sci-fi fans who love tons of stuff, other than Trek.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

6. TrekYou – May 6, 2009

“a huge sci-fi fanatic”.. yet absolutely zero knowledge about trek? dont get me wrong, i dont expect anything but for her to act.. just didnt make sense to me. no wonder she’s ranked red.

stay hot baby

44. iiiioubuzaneee - May 6, 2009

shes just too black to be hot to white americans like me but shes not black enough to be uhura…. shes supposed to be from africa not the bronx! anyone white who says shes hot is just pretending to not be racist.

45. Spork - May 6, 2009

I think if Leonard Nimoy has seen the film multiple times and has actually had GOOD things to say about the Spock/Uhura connection then I dont know how much is left for US to debate. For me, when it comes to Spock, Nimoy has the final word.

46. Spork - May 6, 2009

#33 very nice observation, i made a little side note in my brain concerning the numerous subtle moments between them. at the same time, you could argue that they possibly had the same kind of relationship that tuvok and seven had (writers missed an opportunity there, i found that more interesting than the dry romance between her and chakotay)

47. trekboi - May 6, 2009

Saw midnight imax screening of Star Trek- it was amazing and zoe was great.
Im ok with the alternate timeline if it means another 40+ years of adventures…

48. cc - May 6, 2009

#39–exactly.

49. I Am Morg Not Eymorg - May 6, 2009

44. iiiioubuzaneee – I can assure you that I for one find her incredibly attractive and I suspect greatly that I am not alone in that. And it has nothing to do with trying not to be racist. I’ll leave that up to you.

I love Zoe’s energy, sweetness, talent, enthusiasm, open and friendly and lovely features, her shapely form and her dark skin. Not sure why the later would cause any man, white, black, yellow or green to not appreciate a looker like her.

JMN

50. I am not Herbert - May 6, 2009

44. iiiioubuzaneee: You are an IDIOT. (…too black, not black enough, not hot…)

I’m a white boy, and I find Zoe to be the HOTTEST CHICK ON THE PLANET.

I love EVERYTHING about her. <3

Go back to your “white america” and never come back! Twit!

51. Leroy - May 6, 2009

I saw the movie “The Terminal” and it was such a kick for me to find out that Zoe Saldana was going to be in the new Star trek film. She spoke a little about the fan base in this interview and what kept fans and audiences coming back for so many years. There is an “urban legend” of sorts about people who have recieved remarkable physical healings while watching reruns of the original series. People have had changes of heart or even considered seeking help when thoughts of suicide came after watching serveral episodes of TOS. The tremendous sense of hope and the positive outlook of our future were strong background points in the series (during the run of Star Trek in the 60s, many cities in the U.S. went through a period of riots..there was Vietnam…there were the issues of equality for all). There is this spiritual sense (for lack of a better word) that seems to follow all of the incarnations of Star Trek. And I sense it is in this movie too. How EXCITING!!! I am so geeked about this movie.

52. tman - May 6, 2009

44. There are a tremendous number of black women, white men, and mixed race children that prove that your views are yours alone. I think each individual has their own idea of what is beauty which is tied to their identity, society, and other things less tractable. From that standpoint you have a right to your views but should have stopped typing a little sooner. Regarding the other comments about language, bear in mind that the actors are recreating characters from an American TV show presenting a vision of the future grounded in the biases of this country. It would be more alienating for people to suddenly see the cast go for ethnic accurately. I think Checkov’s accent is the best exemplification of this.

53. The TOS Purist aka The Purolator - May 6, 2009

Good, now I can blame Spielberg for horrifically maiming the Vulcan salute – the thumb should NOT be curled inwards like that.

I SERIOUSLY doubt that Ms. Saldana really admires Star Trek fans and wants to be like them…I mean, come ON!! Pandering alert!

54. weerd1 - May 6, 2009

Wait a minute- where the heck is the rank??!! That’s going to bug the T’Khut out of me. Regardless of canon, I do like internal logic and consistency. Grrr.

I am intrigued by the U/S stuff; reminds me of issues of Grup magazine from the 70s. Ok that was usually K/S, but on occasion the good LT had to help her First Officer out with an unexpected bout of Pon Farr.

I am willing to bet Zoe soothes the plak tow…

55. I am not Herbert - May 6, 2009

What’s not to admire about TRUE Star Trek fans? I BELIEVE HER! <3

I’m really glad to hear that she REALLY understands Uhura and Spock (maybe even better than the writers), and that she was concerned over how fans would react to the Uhura/Spock relationship.

I am concerned too, but really looking forward to how it plays out, and vicariously putting myself in Spock’s place. <3 <3 <3

56. iiiioubuzaneee - May 6, 2009

44 sure she is hot but not to anyone white. I know kirk kissed her in that one episode but he was under the influence of some alien gods if I recall. and what about her coming from africa, this actress looks black american and not at all african I can see some race mixing in her ancestry.

I admit maybe someone white can get it up to a black girl out of lust but not from thinking they are hot to a white person. Anyone white (most trekkies) don’t really think this actress is hot. Anyways Uhuru still just the telephone operator so this doesn’t really break down racial barriers… even if she gets together with spock (wheres tuvok when you need him?)

57. I am not Herbert - May 6, 2009

56. iiiioubuzaneee: Dude, you are crazy… just stop

I would give my left nut for her <3

Anthony, please consider banning this one

58. tman - May 6, 2009

Hmmm. “I am not Herbert”s strategy for getting Zoe Saldana is to partially immasculate himself. Noble. Very noble. But horribly flawed. Good luck my brother. Tis the worthy cause.

59. I Am Morg Not Eymorg - May 6, 2009

Zoe is part latina. Which has created a wonderful mix. And I find her delightful beyond her physical appearance. Which is lovely no doubt.

Also I believe her about the Trekkies, she hasn’t had much experience and is looking forward to it. And she is a self confessed geek girl. Loving sci fi and fantasy.

JMN

60. S. John Ross - May 7, 2009

#56: You are seriously creeping me out.

61. B. D. English - May 8, 2009

In the very first sentence, please fix the grammar error. Otherwise, good interview!

62. Jovan - May 8, 2009

44: Most people I know who like women (no matter what their race) find her attractive. You are quite obviously trolling for attention, but I’ll humour you by saying this: I’ve been drawn to girls who are milky white to so black they almost have a purplish tone to their skin. Beauty comes in all colours, shapes, and sizes.

I guess by your logic, I’m a racist because I am white and my current girlfriend is. Not that I really care what you think.

63. chichi - January 29, 2010

I now believe that Zoe Saldana is doing what she gats to do to move up fast in Hollywood. I am yet to see a BLACK or SPANISH dude play her love interest. Go ahead gurl; I thought some black men were the only ones that use this tactics.

64. blackprince206 - March 6, 2010

People are real “ign’ant” (I spelled it that way on purpose, lol). that said, I think Zoe DOES have a color problem. The girl won’t take a role with a Black male love interest, and I know she gets the offers. She’s just a white girl…O-R-E-O!! I wouldn’t hate on her, but I wouldn’t date her either. We probbably wouldn’t have much in common.

Any Black or Asian woman (or Latina for that matter) who strictly dates white men and eschews her own, has a problem with her own culture and her own beauty. It’s a self-esteem problem and a “lack of pride” problem. I have no problem with interracial dating, just exclusive interracial dating (in favor of whites). WTF? Zoe, Kerry Washington, Nicole Richie and others…be open to dating all types of guys. Do you really think all Black men are the same? We’re not.

65. Dance2Live - March 14, 2010

#64- You must have forgotten alll about Nick Cannon & Zoe’s romance in Drumline??? And she didn’t even have a love interest in most of her films that I’ve seen. I mean Guess Who was a good in showcasing the fact that there are actually interracial couples that exist in which the man isn’t BLACK! It’s no biggie. Plus- in Avatar she was BLUE. So just live & let live.

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