— Indianapolis’ “Troll” movie, a thriller set in the fictional town of Trolls, opens this weekend, despite critics and critics’ complaints that the movie is an over-the-top, sexist depiction of Asian-American life.
The movie, based on a popular Asian-language book, has been receiving backlash from Asian Americans for its depiction of the lives of Asian Americans in America, which some have said is over-simplified.
The film opens in theaters nationwide on Thursday, but some Asian-Americans have been disappointed with the film, especially after it opened with the words, “The town of the Trolls is on fire.”
The film, which was shot in New York City in 2008, stars Kevin Costner, Jessica Chastain, David Oyelowo, Kevin Kline, Sam Worthington, Dwayne Johnson and Dwayne Carter.
The book, titled “Trolling,” was released in India in 2009 and has become a best-seller.
It is a sequel to a 2012 film that starred the same cast of characters, and the movie will focus on a fictional town called Trolls.
It has been met with mixed reviews, with some critics calling the film a sexist portrayal of Asian American life, while others have called it a fun film.
In a statement on its website, Paramount Pictures said the film “is a tribute to a small Indian town in which the rich and powerful live in relative luxury.
As the city of Troll is in the throes of a major pandemic, the town’s young and beautiful children face the challenges of navigating a post-apocalyptic world.”
The statement added, “As a result, Trolls remains a strong message about the power of love, forgiveness, and hope.
In doing so, the film also brings us closer to the people who helped create this world.”
In the statement, the studio said the movie was inspired by a fictional version of Indian history that was set in New Jersey in the early 1900s.
In an interview with The Associated Press, actress Jessica Chavkin, who plays the character of Ryo, said she and her fellow cast members were “really excited” by the film.
She said they have been working on a script and are now in the process of editing the film together.
She added that she was excited to be playing a role in the film because “she’s such a wonderful, wonderful character.”
The film was written and directed by James Ponsoldt, who also wrote “Camelot,” a movie that starred Scarlett Johansson, Reese Witherspoon and Tom Hanks.