Actress Jessica Alba thinks that Hollywood still has far to go in terms of diversity and representation.
Alba says that despite her success, she experienced a lot of difficulty as a Latina in the industry.
Before she left acting, Alba scored credits in films like “Little Fockers” and “Fantastic Four.”
She spoke about how people in the industry don’t care about diversity and representation.
The actress also said that most big movie franchises like Marvel are very caucasian.
Alba recalled being “one of the few back in the day” due to her role as Sue Storm on “Fantasic Four.”
Actress Jameela Jamil was one of many who commented on Alba’s statements, and she disagreed.
Jamil insisted that Marvel has gone further than any other franchise and studio in terms of diversity.
Jamil is set to make her Marvel debut in the series “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.”