Penny Marshall’s 1992 comedy drama A League of Their Own was so well received it instantly spawned a CBS TV spin-off. The tale of a second world war-era women’s baseball team seemed irresistible, but the show swiftly struck out. Now stepping up to the plate is a revival on Prime TV. The new series (from 12 August) is co-created by and stars Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson.
Actor Stephan James is here for the experience. He rose to fame after playing track and field icon Jesse Owens in "Race," civil rights legend John Lewis in "Selma" and a wrongfully convicted young man in "If Beale Street Could Talk." His latest project is "Surface," a psychological thriller series on Apple TV premiering Friday, July 29.
A small but ardent group of Black Panther fans are continuing to call for Marvel to recast the title role after Chadwick Boseman’s unexpected death, but others are wary of the motivations behind the #RecastTChalla movement. The trailer for the movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which comes out on...
Since Black Panther premiered in February 2018, fans have been clamoring for a sequel. In 2022, they'll finally get their wish. It is clear that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is going to be very different than the first film. After Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer at age 43 in August 2020, the filmmakers had […]
Chadwick Boseman died unexpectedly in 2020, a couple years after Black Panther had become one of Marvel’s most well-regarded movies; it remains the only one ever in contention for the Best Picture Oscar. That meant Marvel had to rethink the Black Panther series moving forward. A sequel was already...
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s cast members have said that they hope to “honour” their late co-star Chadwick Boseman through the new film. During an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday (23 July), the cast – consisting of Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, and Letitia Wright – opened up about why it was important to them to get the film right.
Lupita Nyong'o is reflecting on making Black Panther: Wakanda Forever without their "king" Chadwick Boseman. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con, the 39-year-old actress opened up about filming the highly anticipated sequel to 2018's Black Panther after the loss of star Boseman, who died in August 2020 at the age of 43 after a private battle with colon cancer.
The loss of Chadwick Boseman in 2020 was felt throughout the world. Plans for the Black Panther sequel were thrown into chaos and the filmmakers and those at Marvel wanted to honor their actor and friend the best way they could. Shortly after his death, it was announced that Marvel and director Ryan Coogler would not recast the role, or use a digital likeness.
On Comic-Con’s final day, attendees sound off about what worked and what didn’t. After a two-year pause for the pandemic, Comic-Con wrapped up its return as in-person extravaganza on Sunday at the San Diego Convention Center.