Stop Whitebending Death Note American Adaption!
I'm okay for it to be set in America, but can't Hollywood stay faithful to the storyline and not add major changes to the movie. the story of Death Note is about a Japanese boy named "Light Yagami" who discovers a black notebook that whoever's name he writes in it will die; he is determined to rid the world of criminals and create a new world where he rules as god; later on, he meets the owner of the Death Note, Ryuk, a "Shinigami", or a Japanese Death God, which is derived from Japanese mythology. I hate how when they make an american adaption of an asian film, they always replace the main character with a white guy, which detracts from the whole storyline, especially when they think making Nat Wholff as Light Yagami; i mean, there are thousands of Asian-American actors with a lot of acting potential who get pushed aside for a bunch of white actors because the audience can "relate" to them. Seriously?! we can relate to an asian actor; he doesn't have to use kung fu to impress us! hell, you can make the film diverse and make L white and Misa latina; you can make the film diverse, but let it have asian actors in it because, that way, you won't have an office flop like the Last Airbender or Dragon Ball Evolution, and you won't have to deal with then lynch mop who'll be after the director's, and the benefactor's, heads.