Perhaps we could start by not whitewashing Asian characters.
Super-famous movie star Scarlett Johansson attended the 2016 Gene Siskel Film Center Gala in Chicago on Thursday night, where she had some, ahem, interesting things to say about the state of Hollywood diversity.
The 31-year-old Avengers star, who's currently making headlines as everybody's most favorite white person playing a Japanese cyborg cop in the Hollywood adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, talked about her career and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' efforts to expand and diversify its membership.
"It's awesome to have a diverse group of people in an organization like that," Johansson said regarding the Academy's recent invitation to a record 683 new members into its voting ranks. "You need to have different points of view and different perspectives."