Zoe Kravitz's career has exploded recently with amazing roles in films like Dope, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Divergent.
But despite her talent, Kravitz, like many actresses in Hollywood, sometimes gets turned away from roles because of her race.
In the August issue of Nylon, Kravitz revealed that she was turned down for a small role in The Dark Knight Rises because they weren't "going urban":
In order to fight back against Hollywood's stereotypical view of black women, Kravitz consciously chooses roles that don't focus on race.
And she's even had a role rewritten just for her; her character Chloe in The Brave Ones:
"That part was written for a white Russian girl," says Kravitz. "I auditioned, and they changed the role for me."