Let's just be clear up front:
We do not think Tim Burton is a racist. Not in the least.
But the director is under pretty major fire at the moment for some remarks made about his latest movie.
Speaking on Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children to Bustle, Burton made the following remark in regard to diversity in his movies.
Or lackthereof, really, considering there are practically only white people in this latest flick.
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