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Jamie Foxx has claimed that Black Panther opened the door for a Spawn reboot by increasing diversity in the genre. The Oscar-winning actor is attached to star as Al Simmons, who becomes the demon soldier, in Todd McFarlane’s superhero movie and credits the 2018 Marvel Cinematic Universe flick for increasing diversity in the genre. In…

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Michael B. Jordan has teamed up with a civil rights advocacy charity to help promote change in Hollywood. The Black Panther star has joined forces with American nonprofit organization Color of Change to launch the #ChangeHollywood initiative, which begins with a roadmap for change that lays out the ways in which production companies and executives…

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Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield

Daniel Kaluuya finds fame “disorienting.” The 30-year-old actor has quickly become one of the most sought-after stars in Hollywood, following his performances in Get Out and Black Panther, but Kaluuya is still coming to terms with his own success and his newfound status. He explained to the Sunday Times newspaper: “It’s not what I got…

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Lupita Nyong’o says movie sets can be lonely places. The 36-year-old actress refuses to be drawn on her personal life, explaining that “privacy is a commodity that is hard to come by” but admitted that she can sometimes find herself quite lonely on set when separated from her loved ones. She told British Vogue: “Filming…

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Disney d23 Expo

White filmmaker Terry Gilliam joined other renowned directors in slamming Marvel movies, but he was particularly harsh on the record-breaking Black Panther motion picture, calling it “utter bulls—.” Much like Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola, Gilliam believes Marvel movies are taking up too much space and are produced far too frequently in Hollywood. “I…

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Could this be a case of going from one all-time comic book blockbuster to another? It is possible that Michael B. Jordan, the hated antagonist in the record-setting Black Panther film could be the next Clark Kent, as he is in talks to do the next reboot of the Superman movie, according to Variety magazine.…

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Actor Winston Duke remembers John Singleton (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson for Steed Media Service)

Actor Winston Duke, best known for playing M’Baku in Black Panther and Gabe Wilson in Us, shares how director John Singleton’s work impacted him personally and professionally during an interview with rolling out at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.

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When walking through the “Soul of a Nation” art exhibit, spectators are transported to a time when Black art embraced its struggle, power and beauty. Located at The Broad, a contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles, “Soul of a Nation” features 145 gut-wrenching paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints created by more than 60 artists.…

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Winston Duke didn’t expect his Black Panther character to be “sexualized and fetishized” as much as it was. The 32-year-old actor played Jabari Tribe leader M’Baku in the 2018 acclaimed Marvel blockbuster. He claims that with his big screen breakout role, came a huge amount of objectification surrounding his body, making him a “sexual object.” Duke says it…

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