Why does 'diversity' always mean race/ethnicity?
Just be broad in casting criteria and then hire the most talented people, regardless of race and ethnicity (or sex) or any other of the hundreds of categories in which people can vary.
Positive discrimination based on arbitrary human characteristics helps no one, least of all your film, especially if you pass on better talent to satisfy 'social justice'...
Political correctness over quality...
It really is his year to win it.
A bit of an ugly design... :-/
I disagree, the original version is quite camp which diffuses any sense of real dread. The "older is better' argument doesn't work here as the newer version is more disciplined in my opinion. Plus the highly disturbing (spoiler) 'bite' in the 2017 version set the tone and sense of dread wonderfully for the rest of the film.
Hopefully they have fixed the video delay issue to make it more usable as a monitor.