Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page speaks amid reports he lost a TV role due to race.
“Hearing about these conversations hurts no less now than it did then,” Page admitted in a tweet Wednesday. “The clarifications hurt almost more [to be honest]. “But he concluded positively: ‘Still just do my thing. We’re still doing the work. We’re still flying, ”along with a fist emoji.
Page did not specify which “conversations” he was referring to, but “we are still flying” seems to be referring to a treat in Hollywood Reporterdetailed look at Ray Fisher /Justice League dispute. The story goes that Page ̵
Johns also thought fans expected the character to look like a young Henry Cavill.
Cameron Cuffe, who was eventually cast to star as Superman’s grandfather Krypton, weighed in on the controversy late on Wednesday, tweeting: “Regé is an inspiration to me and thousands of other artists. No one should feel good about benefiting individuals or institutions that treat their fellow human beings so unfairly. Change must be made. ”
However, the page has jumped back: Hans Bridgerton breakout last year reportedly led to a host of film offers – so many in fact that Page will not return to play his role in season 2 of Bridgerton.