The Ghost cast: A movie about a cast of ghostly actors.
The Ghost Inside: A film about the ghosts of Hollywood.
The film’s director, John Carpenter, once told me that he and his production company were doing their own “ghostbusters.”
I’ve always loved that, so I was intrigued to find out what their version would be like.
In a nutshell, The Ghost Cast is about an ensemble of actors who have been trained to do their best to play ghosts.
The characters have all been trained in the art of acting, but it was their training and experience as ghostly performers that helped them survive the horrors of the Hollywood blacklist.
I’m a big fan of the movie, but I’ve found a few things that have been a bit of a challenge.
The cast is mostly white, which is a little strange for a Hollywood movie, given the diverse range of race in the world.
The movie’s cast also has a lot of roles that are almost exclusively black, with one character being the sole black member of the cast.
This could be because the film is being shot in Los Angeles, a city that is predominantly black, but also has been the site of a number of lynchings.
I also noticed that the film uses an unusual approach to cast and crew, choosing to keep their own actors on set to play characters who are usually portrayed by white actors.
This has led to a few odd conversations.
For example, the first time I spoke to my co-star and co-writer, the cast member, Johnnie Ray, I was a bit shocked to hear that he had been hired as the sole member of his crew.
When I told him this, he said, “I have been called to the set a few times, but they never called me.
It’s all in the script, and I’m just going to take it.”
I found this strange and upsetting.
Why would a studio hire someone as famous as Ray to play a character who is portrayed by no one?
I don’t think that he was just going out there and auditioning for the part.
He was actually in Los Angelas for an audition the previous week, and it was a casting call for a film with a black director.
That’s how rare it is to see a black person on a major film set.
It didn’t seem fair to me that someone with Ray’s skills and background would be cast as a ghost.
When I spoke with the producer of The Ghost Casting, she told me it was just a scheduling issue.
“We’re always on schedule,” she said.
“But you don’t need to make it happen.
There are plenty of people who can do it, and they’re not doing it.
I can’t say the same for Johnnie.”
Ray said that he is a big supporter of the Ghost Cast and would love to direct it, but that he has always had to deal with the issue of casting actors of color.
“It’s a matter of casting them with the best actors they can, and that’s a big part of it,” he said.
I spoke privately with Ray and his co-stars, and he said that they have always been grateful for the casting opportunities.
The cast members have a lot in common.
They all grew up in different parts of the country, and some of them have children who are black.
They have all experienced the horror of racism and the discrimination that they face.
Ray said that while he understands that casting white actors would have the benefit of a white audience, he has a different take on this issue.
He said that, in addition to being an actor, Ray is also a teacher.
When asked what kind of a black man would do well as a cast member of a movie with a white director, Ray said, “[We] don’t want to be a ghost cast.
It would be a shame.
That would be disrespectful to the work.”
I found this response disappointing.
It seems like casting black actors would be seen as a negative and unfair way to portray a white person, and the casting of white actors is one of the major barriers for black actors.
It was a frustrating conversation to have with Ray, and one I’m not sure I agree with entirely.
I would love for The Ghostcast to make more films like it, which I believe would help to dispel a lot the myths and misconceptions about the black community.
As I write this, I can only hope that The Ghostcasting will continue to be made and made in a way that brings more diverse actors into the picture.
I hope that we will see more black people play roles that don’t have a white actor.