Here is the best joke I have ever heard about Hollywood: that the Motion Picture Academy is racist — anti-black racist — because none of the nominees for best actor or actress this year is black.
Your humble servant has worked in Hollywood, movies and TV, for forty years, man and boy, writer, producer, actor. In all of that time, on sets, in dressing rooms, in story conference rooms, in the offices of the mighty and rich, in the hallowed dining rooms of Morton’s on Melrose, RIP, I have never heard one racist remark from anyone. Not anyone, high or low. Not one syllable.
The endless quest of everyone in Hollywood is to be as pro-black, as Politically Correct when it comes to blacks as humanly possible.
If at all possible in today’s movies, despite all data to the contrary, the hero of a crime show or movie will be black and the villain will be white. There is in fact at this point basically no such thing as an African-American villain in a Hollywood product. (There may be a tiny few exceptions.)