Quentin Tarantino on why he didn’t cast Idris Elba in Django Unchained:
“Yeah, Idris is British and this is an American story. I think a problem with a lot of movies that deal with this issue is they cast British actors to play the Southerners and it goes a long way to distancing the movie."
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