Mainstream films have a longstanding reputation of being a space for white men, so much so that a phenomenon like The Bechdel Test, which grades movies based on whether two women speak to each other about something other than a man, is necessary. Now there's a similar litmus test regarding race, thanks to Dylan Marron of the podcast Welcome to Night Vale. His Tumblr project, Every Single Word, edits down movies to only include the lines spoken by people of color. The results bring Hollywood's diversity problem into sharp relief.
Take Into the Woods, for example:
No, that's not a glitch. The video begins and ends with no real content because, while a magic surrealist landscape can accommodate giants and witches, it can't bend the imagination enough to include a non-white person.
Same goes for Noah. The people from the Bible are from what we now call the Middle East, yet they're played by super white actors like Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins and Emma Watson.