In the current discussion around racism and systemic discrimination, in almost all aspects of society, the topic of white people dressing up in blackface is more prevalent than ever. Right now, thankfully, few would dare to argue that wearing blackface was ever in any way acceptable and is nothing more than an offensive trope that was used to dehumanise black people. This week, sketch show Little Britain has been pulled from a number of streaming services due to it featuring several "jokes" where both of its stars, David Walliams and Matt Lucas, wore blackface. Although neither Walliams and Lucas have commented on the decision regarding Little Britain , Lucas did suggest in a interview that he regretted doing said scenes and that he wouldn't do it again if the show was ever brought back.
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The critically acclaimed film was also Singleton's directorial debut. In the past couple of decades, the leading cast members have stayed very busy in Hollywood. Take a look at how time has treated the director's and cast's careers. Believe it or not, Singleton was only 23 when Boyz n the Hood hit the theaters. He was also nominated for Best Original Screenplay.
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What it's about: In their first feature-length film, comedy duo Cheech Marin and Tomy Chong play Pedro de Pacas and Anthony "Man" Stoner seriously , who go on a road trip to secure more weed and end up in trouble with the law due to some epic misunderstandings and the fact that they're really, really high. This time around, however, they make time for a little romance. What it's about: In the third Cheech and Chong movie, the pair makes a living selling weed out of an ice cream truck, Happy Herb's Nice Dreams. Characters from the previous two movies reprise their roles to bring everything full circle. Did I mention they end the film as strippers?
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