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‘Atlanta’: Donald Glover Didn’t Want His Character to Be a Rapper

In the entertainment world, Donald Glover is a force to be reckoned with. Not only has he aligned himself with multiple successful television shows, including Community, and movies, but he’s also a critically and commercially acclaimed hip-hop artist. One of his more interesting projects is Atlanta, a dramedy that premiered in 2016. In addition to creating and writing for the show, Glover also stars in it.
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‘Atlanta’: Donald Glover Took a Huge Risk Pitching the Original Show

Anyone who has followed rapper, comedian, and actor Donald Glover‘s career knows that he never does anything the usual way. From his early days, in which he wrote spec Simpsons scripts as a means to hone his craft to his mid-career conversion from television star to acclaimed musical act, Glover plays by his own rules. At no point was this clearer than when Community alum pitched his show Atlanta to FX by presenting it as something that had nothing to do with its actual tone and feel.
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Donald Glover Trashes “Boring” Hollywood and Stirs Huge Fan Debate!

Donald Glover is currently busy working on seasons 3 and 4 of his series, Atlanta. However, the actor took some time out to tweet about Hollywood and its current state. This started a bit of a debate amongst fans, but the tweets Glover posted bring up good points for both options. Let’s take a look at what he said, the reaction, and why we agree with both sides of the argument.


Cancel culture is alive and well. Some fall victim to it while others beg for it. Regardless of your preference, Donald Glover (also known as Childish Gambino) has a message on how cancel culture is stifling art. Glover explains, “saw people on here havin a discussion about how tired they...
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Donald Glover is right — I’m sick of white people canceling things on my behalf

On Tuesday, the always-perceptive Donald Glover tweeted that “we’re getting boring stuff and not even experimental mistakes” in TV and film these days “because people are afraid of getting canceled”. He added that, in order to avoid a social media uproar, people are afraid to make anything other than aesthetic changes in movies and other cultural output. Dave Chapelle recently said something similar, claiming that artists and directors can no longer be creative because of lack of appreciation for comedy and opinion. For the record, I think they’re both right, and I’ve said it before. I once wrote that 30 Rock and NBC should...
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Donald Glover Says Cancel Culture Is Making TV & Film ‘Boring’

Donald Glover says cancel culture is why movies and TV feel boring – creators are afraid. Glover broke his Twitter hiatus to share his opinion on how cancel culture affects the creative process. “Saw people on here having a discussion about how tired they were of reviewing boring stuff (tv & film),” the thread of tweets begins. “We’re getting boring stuff and not even experimental mistakes(?) because people are afraid of getting cancelled.”

Donald Glover on ‘Cancel Culture’ and the effect on TV and Film

Donald Glover, formerly Childish Gambino, sparked a new debate as he turned to Twitter to express his thoughts about “cancel culture,” specifically in the film and television industry. Back in February, Glover announced that he would be collaborating with Phoebe Waller-Bridge for a new take on Mr. & Mrs. Smith,...

Donald Glover Explains Why He Believes Current Movies and TV Series Are Boring

Actor Donald Glover, who played Lando Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story and Aaron Davis in Spider-Man: Homecoming, recently explained why he believes current movies and TV series are boring. Not only did Glover star in Solo and Spider-Man: Homecoming, but he also created the TV series Atlanta and...

Donald Glover Claims a Fear of 'Getting Cancelled' Is Responsible for 'Boring' Films and TV Shows

Donald Glover believes that a fear of “getting cancelled” is responsible for a recent outpouring of “boring” television and film content. Returning to Twitter on Monday evening after a lengthy hiatus, the actor, musician and creator of the comedy-drama television series Atlanta stepped into an online discussion regarding “how tired” people were of “reviewing boring stuff” across television and film, claiming the lack of industry experimentation is due to a fear of “getting cancelled.”