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See: Trance Man's Parody Scarlett Johansen on 'Rub and Tug' Casting

A group of actress Scarlett Johansson's transgender male artists worked on a parody video, which showcased auditioning for the actress's older roles, and actress Scarlett Johansson consistently criticized Johong's decision to play a transgender character in Rug and Tug. Produced by Quier Digital Magazine INTO, D'Lo, Justin Cho, Scott Turner Scofield and Rocco Kayatos in the clip are trying to play the role of many female characters, including Rebecca, Samantha In Her (2013), Ghost World (2001) Anna In He Just Not That in You (2009) and In Investment Romanoff / Black Widow Avengers films. The video descriptor says, "What if trans men should be put in some roles for men?"

Earlier this month, Johansson was considered to be the pioneer of the Sanders crime drama centered on Dante "Tex" Gill, a Pittsburgh resident, who operated the massage parlors working in the form of fronts for prostitution in the 1970s. Was there. Gill was given the female at birth, but it is believed that it has been recognized as a man. During raising awareness of transgender rights, artists have decided to give birth to artists for congenital roles, which have raised criticism in recent years.

Transactress Jamie Clayton wrote about the line on Johansson, "Transistors never take audition for anything other than the transistor's roles." "This is a real issue, we can not go to the room too. Cast cast, which is a trance in non-trans characters, I challenge you."

Johansson's representative first defended his castings in a comment to Bustal, asking him to "oppose the decision to ask" Jeffrey Tambor, Jereid Leto and Felicity Huffman's comments ". All three artists received shiny reviews and awards for their performance as transgender women in film and television, even if their castings got some criticism. Tambor won an Emmy Award for his role in the Amazon Series Transparent, Leto won an Academy Award for the Dallas Buyers Club (2013), and Huffman was nominated for an Oscar for Transmerica (2005).

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