Michelle Rodriguez is known to be rather outspoken, but she even realizes her recent comments about minority actors in Hollywood may have gone a little too far, and now the 36-year-old actress is offering an apology.

Michelle Rodriguez
Rodriguez has apologized for ehr comments about minority actors

Rodriguez caused controversy on Friday night (Feb 28th) when she was caught on video saying that minority movie stars shouldn't play white characters that are already established and make up their own.

"Because of this whole 'minorities in Hollywood' thing...it's so stupid," the 'Fast & Furious' actress said in short clip posted on TMZ. "Stop stealing all the white people's superheroes. Make up your own."

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One day later, Rodriguez has been forced to clarify her comments and explain what she was really trying to say.

"What I really meant was that...I think there are many cultures in Hollywood that are not white and that can come up with their own mythology," she said in a video posted on Facebook. "It doesn't matter what culture you come from. I'm just saying that instead of trying to turn a girl character into a guy or instead of trying to turn a white character into a black character or a Latin character, I think that people should stop being lazy and people should actually make an effort in Hollywood to develop their own mythology."

She continued, "It's not about taking Catwoman or Superman or Green Lantern or whatever these characters are and trying to make them fit to whatever cultural background you are. It should be more creative than that and I think people need to stop being lazy and that's what I meant by my comment."

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Rodriguez also argued that there aren't enough writers representing different cultures in Hollywood, such as Latin, African American and Asian actors. "Stop trying to take what's already there and try to fit a culture into it," she added. "I think it's time to write our own mythology and our own story."