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Rachel Morrison's Boxing Drama Flint Strong Adds Brian Tyree Henry, Resumes Filming After A Two-Year Gap

Two years ago, cinematographer Rachel Morrison began shooting her directorial debut, "Flint Strong" — a boxing drama starring Ryan Destiny, Oluniké Adeliye, and Ice Cube — for Universal Pictures. Two days into principal photography, the pandemic forced the project to shut down. While Universal would eventually resume production on most of its greenlit films, they chose not to continue with "Flint Strong."
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Brian Tyree Henry stars in 'Atlanta' season 3

DONALD GLOVER: (As Earnest "Earn" Marks) That's just going to make it harder for me and other Black kids who are actually talented. I don't know what to do. BRIAN TYREE HENRY: (As Alfred "Paper Boi" Miles) Yeah, but you Black, though. GLOVER: (As Earnest "Earn" Marks) That don't mean...

My worst moment: The time ‘Atlanta’ star Brian Tyree Henry heard ‘you suck’ mid-performance

“Atlanta” on FX is back for a third season, and in the intervening years since the previous season concluded in 2018, the careers of those working both in front of and behind the camera have expanded considerably, including that of Brian Tyree Henry, who plays Alfred, a rapper who goes by the stage name Paper Boi. This time out, his career has kicked into high gear with a European tour. “This ...

Brian Tyree Henry Comes Home to Atlanta After 4 Years of Conquering the World

“I haven’t been home to my place in New York in over four years,” says Brian Tyree Henry, and the main reason is Atlanta. The FX show, which is back for its third season almost four years after Season 2 left off, helped kickstart a very busy period in the actor’s career. He has more than two dozen screen credits since 2018, the year we last saw his Atlanta char- acter, Alfred Miles, a rising rapper who records under the name Paper Boi. He has appeared in everything from big-budget comic-book movies like Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Joker and Eternals to intense dramas like If Beale Street Could Talk and Widows. And he worked in a charming, introspective performance as an everyday New Yorker, locked out of his apartment, in 2020’s The Outside Story, his first leading role in a film.

Watch the New Trailer for ‘Bullet Train’ f/ Brad Pitt, Brian Tyree Henry, Bad Bunny, Zazie Beetz, and More

“Every job I do, somebody dies. I’m not that guy anymore.”. These words, spoken by Brad Pitt in the just-released trailer for Bullet Train, clearly signal that his character isn’t going to have the easiest time dealing with an assortment of assassins. Pitt is joined in the new David Leitch-directed movie by Atlanta’s Brian Tyree Henry and Zazie Beetz, as well as an extended cast that also features Bad Bunny, Sandra Bullock, Andrew Koji, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, and more.
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Brian Tyree Henry Thought He’d Have To Get Ripped For Eternals, Recalls Emotional Convo With Chloe Zhao About What It Really Means To Be A Marvel Hero

Through Eternals, Marvel Cinematic Universe fans were introduced to a number of new and exciting heroes, who are bound to play major roles in the expansive franchise moving forward. What’s even more exciting is that Chloé Zhao’s film broke new ground when it comes to representation in the superhero genre. While this surely means a lot to particular audiences, it was also a big deal for the actors themselves, like Brian Tyree Henry, who plays Phastos. Recently, the actor revealed that he was under the impression that he would have to get ripped to play the role. But that notion quickly left him after he had an emotional conversation with Zhao about his Marvel hero.