With films like “Fruitvale Station,” “Selma,” and “Moonlight” earning critical acclaim in the past few years, Chadwick Boseman says “Black Panther” was the “confirmation” that films about black experiences and history aren’t going away.
“Some people thought that might’ve just been a fluke or a trend whereas what people are realizing now is, ‘Wow, there is a wealth and there’s a market of stories here,'” the “Black Panther” star tells Viggo Mortensen during Variety’s Actors on Actors series.
“When you think about African history, African-American history, and this is probably true of Latino history,” Boseman continues. “When you leave out a great part of what has made this nation, all of the contributions, you’re also leaving out a lot of great stories.”
Taika Waititi shocked the San Diego Comic-Con Hall H crowd when he announced that not ONLY would the female representation of Thor be appearing in the fourth Thor film “Thor: Love and Thunder” but Natalie Portman would be returning to the franchise to play her! Portman, who started in Marvel as Jane Foster, the love [...]
With great power comes….a great memory? Variety recently sat down with the cast of Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” including Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Holland and Zendaya, and asked the question: Which actor had the most trouble memorizing his or her lines on set? Gyllenhaal, who plays the villainous Mysterio in the film, said he had [...]
“Spider-Man: Far From Home” actor Zach Barack discussed his experience being the first openly transgender actor in a Marvel film on the red carpet at the film’s Tuesday premiere. “There’s something very inherently trans about those stories, especially ones where identity and hidden identity is part of them,” Barack told Variety. “For example, Peter Parker’s [...]
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Tom Hanks and the team behind “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” dropped by the Variety studio over the weekend to discuss the new Mr. Rogers film, which premiered to rave reviews out of the Toronto Film Festival. Hanks was asked what he thought Mr. Rogers would say to children who are living in the age […]