If you're a mega-fan of Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" trilogy like us, this is going to give you many sads. And probably a lot of anger, too.
Zoë is featured on the cover of NYLON Magazine's August 2015 issue, and in the interview, she revealed that she was not permitted to go out for a small role in the final installment to the lauded "Batman" series because of the color of her skin.
"In the last 'Batman' movie, they told me that I couldn’t get an audition for a small role they were casting because they weren't 'going urban,'" she told the mag. "It was like, 'What does that have to do with anything?' I have to play the role like, 'Yo, what’s up, Batman? What’s going on wit chu?'"
Ugh. So much ugh.
Zoë, the daughter of musician Lenny Kravitz and actress Lisa Bonet who stars in the "Divergent" series and recently appeared in "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "Dope," also added that the reverse effect has been true in the past, with films like Jodie Foster's "The Brave One," which "written for a white Russian girl" but was ultimately reworked so that she could be cast for it.
"I don’t want to play everyone's best friend. I don't want to play the role of a girl struggling in the ghetto," said Kravitz.