More woke bulsh1t...
How is that a positive thing in itself? Were those films good?
Yes, unfortunately, current owners of Nikon Z6 and Z7 (the first iteration) will not be very pleased to now see the exact same cameras but with two processors, double card slots and a true grip. With Z6 II and Z7 II Nikon has realeased what should have been made available two years ago. No one would be uprading to these cameras. And I am not sure that with the better offerings from Sony and Canon, new customers will be tempted to go for a Nikon Z system... unless price is the decisive factor. And this is coming from a Nikon fan!
It has nothing to do with 'diverisity' as 'diversity' has nothing to do with quality. This is art, not a social justice construct. No one goes to the movies having first checked that they satisfy the 'diversity' quota. Hollywood has lost more money from movies with 'diversity' (just check the recent installments of the 'Star Wars' saga), and unless they stop 'diversifying', they will lose even more.
I am as excited as I was for the new Hellboy coming out... Or the new Star Wars episodes.
90% of this I figured out in the cinema or shortly after. But the film is still difficult to understand while watching it. The final battle, the objectives and especially the implementation by the red and blue teams cannot be grasped in real time, and the audience just keeps watching with no comprehension of what exactly is going on. Not sure if this is an editing problem, but you cannot expect people to pay money for watching such an indomprehensible (at times) mess. Maybe the fault of the studio, not the director.