In the upcoming Middle East series Chris Evans slammed for the absence of representation.
Chris Evans has been blasted by Blockbuster Marvel’s recent television program, called a “inacceptable” and “absolutely grotesque” project.
The new six-part series on US foreign policy in the Near East has been fired by Chris Evans for his recent television project.
Evans’ civic media organization, A Starting Point, yesterday announced that it would ‘exploring the past, present and future of America in the region’ under the heading of Influence and Power in the Middle East.
But the news was quickly overlooked by intense social media reactions, with fans showing that Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) voices were not involved.
The show is dominated by US officials like Ambassador John Bolton, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Secretary Mike Pompeo, despite the intention of “showing the generations that have suffered from the decades of war and instability” in the region.
Evans’ backlash must still be addressed.
On the website of Evans’ production company, astartingpoint.com, the six-part series, which Evans has partnered with actor/filmmaker Mark Kassen and businessman Joe Kiani will be launched on 30 April.
Former Saudi Arabia ambassador Joseph Westphal, former Yemen ambassador Barbara Bodine, national security advisor Stephen Hadley, and Texas congressman Will Hurd are also invited to speak.
After U.S. forces were removed from Afghanistan, the Taliban ruled the Afghan army and swept the country in the two last weeks and conquered most of the major cities.