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  1. Hollywood talks Oscars diversity

  2. Viola Davis said in a meeting with ET about the nonappearance of designated on-screen characters of shading at the 2016 Academy Awards: "The issue is not with the Oscars - the issue is with the Hollywood motion picture making framework ... The movies that are being made, are the big deal makers thinking outside about the crate as far as how to cast the part? Could you cast a dark lady in that part? Would you be able to cast a dark man in that part?" REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  3. Julie Delpy told TheWrap.com: "Two years back, I said something in regards to the Academy being extremely white male, which is the truth, and I was cut to pieces by the media," she said. "Ladies can't talk. I now and again wish I were African American since individuals don�t bash them afterward.

  4. Best performing artist chosen one Matt Damon said the Academy's progressions were an "initial step," including that "We're discussing enormous systemic shameful acts around race and sexual orientation that are a great deal greater than the Oscars ... They're enormous issues in our industry and in our nation." REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

  5. "Selma" chief Ava DuVernay said on Twitter that the Academy's endeavors to incorporate more various individuals was "One great stride in a since quite a while ago, muddled adventure for minorities and ladies craftsmen," however included, "Minimized specialists have upheld for Academy change for a considerable length of time. Real crusades. Calls voiced FROM THE STAGE. Hard of hearing ears. Shut personalities." REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

  6. Lena Dunham composed on Instagram: "The discussion happening around the Oscars is key and late. It is not discourteous to the present chosen people. It is not a prosecution of any one on-screen character. It is a suggestion to take action for our industry to change the way we take a shot at each and every level.

  7. Director Steve McQueen said in a meeting with the Guardian: "I'm trusting in 12 months or so we can think back and say this was a watershed minute, and say thanks to God we put that privilege ... The main problem is motion pictures being made. Choices being made by heads of studios, TV organizations and link organizations about what is and is not being made." REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

  8. Reese Witherspoon wrote in a Facebook post: "So frustrated that some of 2015's best movies, producers and exhibitions were not perceived. Nothing can lessen the nature of their work, however these movie producers merit acknowledgment. As an Academy part, I would love to see a more different voting participation." REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  9. Spike Lee composed under the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag on Instagram: "How Is It Possible For The second Consecutive Year All 20 Contenders Under The Actor Category Are White? Also, Let's Not Even Get Into The Other Branches ... 40 White Actors In 2 Years And No Flava At All. We Can't Act?!" Lee, a prominent ball fan, said he wanted to go to the New York Knicks amusement when the Oscars are displayed on Feb. 28. REUTERS/Jim Young

  10. Best coordinating candidate Alejandro Inarritu said in a meeting with The Hollywood Reporter that "film is the mirror where we would all be able to see ourselves." Change ought to begin underway, Inarritu said: "I think the things the Academy has quite recently made is an awesome stride ... in any case, the Academy truly is toward the end of the chain." REUTERS/Toby Melville

  11. Don Cheadle said of Oscars host Chris Rock: "I've really been conversing with Chris a tad bit and I trust he just goes in, in light of the fact that I think this is a flawless chance to berate everybody ... Also, no one shows improvement over Chris." REUTERS/Gus Ruelas

  12. Jada Pinkett-Smith said in a video on Facebook, "Possibly it's opportunity we pull back our assets and we set them back into our groups, and we make programs for ourselves that recognize us in ways that we see fit, that are pretty much on a par with the alleged standard." REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

  13. Charlotte Rampling, who is designated for best performer for her part in "45 Years", said in a French-dialect meeting with French radio station Europe 1: "One can never truly know, yet maybe the dark on-screen characters did not should be on the last rundown ... Why arrange individuals? We now live in a spot where everybody is pretty much acknowledged ...

  14. Mark Ruffalo, himself an Oscars best supporting performing artist candidate for his part in "Spotlight," said, "There is a hole between ... highly contrasting chosen people, and it's happened quite a while ... It's additionally intelligent of our way of life in America. There's a white benefit that wins and we're truly having an exchange about it." REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

  15. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Cheryl Boone Isaacs said while the Academy, which grants the Oscars, had rolled out improvements as of late to drive assorted qualities, "the change is not coming as quick as we might want. We have to accomplish more." Isaacs, who is African American, called for "enormous changes," saying she was "sorrowful and disappointed about the absence of consideration" in the current year's harvest of nominees.

  16. Idris Elba, who featured in a year ago's show "Brutes of No Nation," gave a discourse to UK parliament on Monday: "I'm not here to discuss dark individuals, I'm here to discuss differing qualities. Differing qualities in the advanced world is more than simply skin shading - it's sex, age, handicap, sexual introduction, social foundation, and above all, to the extent I'm concerned - differences of thought.

  17. Michael Caine told BBC's Radio 4 Today: "There's heaps of dark on-screen characters. At last you can't vote in favor of an on-screen character since he's dark. You can't say 'I'm going to vote in favor of him, he's bad, but rather he's dark, I'll vote in favor of him.'" He offered guidance to dark performers to "be quiet," saying, "obviously it will come. It took me years to get an Oscar, years." REUTERS/Yves Herman

  18. George Clooney told Hollywood exchange paper Variety: "On the off chance that you recall 10 years prior, the Academy was making a superior showing with regards to. Consider what number of more African Americans were designated. I would likewise make the contention, I don't believe it's an issue of who you're picking as much as it seems to be: what number alternatives are accessible to minorities in film, especially in quality movies?" REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

  19. Actress and Fox News supporter Stacey Dash told "Fox and Friends": "We need to make up our brains. Possibly we need to have isolation or joining, and on the off chance that we don't need isolation, then we need to dispose of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards, where you're just granted in case you're dark. On the off chance that it were the a different way, ready to fight. It's a twofold standard." REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

  20. David Oyelowo, who was broadly seen to have been censured a year ago for his execution as Martin Luther King Jr. in "Selma," said the Academy needs to move quick to alter the issue. "This organization doesn't mirror its leader ... I am an Academy part and it doesn't reflect me, and it doesn't mirror this country," Oyelowo was cited by TheWrap.com as saying in a Hollywood celebration discourse. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

  21. Donald Trump, alluding to Stacey Dash's perspectives, told "Fox and Friends": "I saw some person on your show today say, 'Well, what do we do with BET?' ... The whites don't get any designations, and I thought it was an astonishing meeting, really. I've never at any point considered it from that outlook." REUTERS/Scott Morgan

  22. Lupita Nyong'o composed on Instagram: "I am frustrated by the absence of consideration in the current year's Academy Awards assignments. It makes them consider oblivious partiality and what merits glory in our way of life. The Awards ought not manage the terms of craftsmanship in our present day society, but instead be a differing impression of the best of what our specialty brings to the table today.

  23. Michael Moore will blacklist the Oscars function, telling TheWrap.com in a meeting: "Yet the possibility that we could go two years in succession, where 40 performing artists could be assigned and none of them were dark, is simply insane. So on the off chance that it will loan my name to what Spike (Lee) and Jada (Pinkett-Smith) are doing, I'm planning to be a typical member in this (blacklist)." REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

  24. Brie Larson, a first time Oscar chosen one for her part in snatching dramatization "Room," shared her Hollywood Reporter magazine spread on Instagram with the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag. "This is a discussion that merits consideration," Larson composed, however said nothing to propose she would blacklist the service. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

  25. Reverend Al Sharpton said he wanted to meet with other social equality gatherings to dispatch a "genuine battle for individuals to block out the Oscars." REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

  26. "Spotlight" executive Tom McCarthy: "Look I surmise that issue has reached a crucial stage for a reason and I believe we're all tuning in, we're all focusing and we as a whole have to claim some a player in it and we as a whole need to improve. Exclusively, scholars, executives, performing artists, makers, studio executives, we as a whole need to ask ourselves what's my part in this and what tiny bit would I be able to do? It's an unfathomably complex issue.

  27. Actor Tyrese Gibson said this in regards to Oscars host Chris Rock to People magazine: "There is no joke that he can split. There is no chance to get for him to grab the minute and come into this thing and say, 'I'm going to say this and say that I'm going to address the issue yet then despite everything i'm going to keep my gig as the host ... The announcement that you make is that you venture down." REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

  28. 50 Cent posted a photograph of Oscars host Chris Rock on Instagram with the inscription, "Chris kindly don't do the oscars recompenses. You mean a great deal man, don't do it. Please." REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

  29. Will Smith won't go to the Oscars function in February in challenge over the nonappearance of designated performing artists of shading, telling ABC TV's "Great Morning America": "My better half's not going... We've examined it. We're a piece of this group. Be that as it may, at this present time, we're uncomfortable to remain there and say this is OK." REUTERS/Mike Segar