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Women quickly figured out that action roles are the key to any hope of gender parity.

And Marvel has every right to defend their “very strong record of diversity”— they tend to define characters with their casting — and stated to Mashable that “The Ancient One is a title that is not exclusively held by any one character, but rather a moniker passed down through time, and in this particular film the embodiment is Celtic.” For her part, Swinton told Den Of Geek that she read a script that “did not feature an Asian man for me to play, so that was never a question when I was being asked to do it.

Money drives fear, risk avoidance, and the reluctance to take chances.

There’s plenty of evidence that diversity is working, especially in television — where series often boast sprawling ensembles, pilots test commercial worthiness, and characters have time to build popularity.

Her title role in micro-indie “Kumiko the Treasure Hunter” reveals her limited command of English; she uses a translator for interviews.

Even in Japan, Kikuchi is considered an art-film actress, not a marquee movie star.

Emily Blunt held her own with Tom Cruise in “Edge of Tomorrow,” Jennifer Lawrence drove the “Hunger Games” franchise, Jessica Chastain broke out of the box in Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty” and in “Interstellar” (in a role written for a man).

She made another attempt at the action genre, less successful, in “The Huntsman: Winter’s War.” Scarlett Johansson dramatically increased her stardom with the global Luc Besson action hit “Lucy” (7 million worldwide), which she carried alone (always a test of true marquee value), buttressed by her five “Avenger” appearances as kick-ass Russian-trained Black Widow (Marvel has yet to give her a standalone).There’s a smattering of Asian stars across the channels, from Margaret Cho, Ming-Na Wen, and Maggie Q to Lucy Liu, Sandra Oh and Priyanka Chopra.(Indian stars have the advantage of being superb English speakers.)“All of the networks have a diversity agenda,” said casting director Marcia Ross.Finally, Kenneth Branagh insisted to Marvel’s Kevin Feige that his “Wallander” costar Hiddleston was the perfect casting for Thor’s Norse God nemesis Loki.And so the British actor was on his way, with multiple “Avengers” installments growing his global cachet and bankability. Every star has a story of that one studio chief or director who believed in them and gave them that big break, whether it’s John Wells putting George Clooney in “E.India, China and Hong Kong have grown several global movie stars, from Aishwarya Rai (“Guru,” “Devdas”) and Gong Li (“Miami Vice,” “Memoirs of a Geisha”) to Bai Baihe (“Monster Hunt,” “Go Away Mr.