ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Reginald Hudlin

St. Louis American

East St. Louis native Reginald Hudlin renews first-look deal with Universal Content Productions

East St. Louis native and filmmaker Reginald Hudlin’s gig with Universal. Content Productions isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The Hollywood Reporter shares that Hudlin has renewed his first-look contract with the. Universal Studio Group-backed division. His company, Hudlin Entertainment, resumes development and production of scripted programming for the...
Picture for East St. Louis native Reginald Hudlin renews first-look deal with Universal Content Productions
St. Louis American

Prime Video green-lights ‘Phat Tuesdays’ docuseries with Guy Torry, Reginald Hudlin

Reginald Hudlin, Guy Torry, and Kelsey Grammer’s Grammnet Productions are bringing a “Phat Tuesdays'' docuseries to Amazon Prime Video. “We are proud to celebrate the legacy of Phat Tuesdays and shine the spotlight on Guy Torry for his trailblazing efforts to give Black comedians their turn on stage in ‘90s Hollywood,” Vernon Sanders, head of television, Amazon Studios said. “The stories and first-person accounts that Hudlin and Torry help showcase in this docuseries are not only hilarious and entertaining, but powerful as well, and celebrate how the Black community came together to evolve comedy and entertainment.”
TV SERIES
Picture for Prime Video green-lights ‘Phat Tuesdays’ docuseries with Guy Torry, Reginald Hudlin
RELATED CHANNELS
ComicBook

Reginald Hudlin To Direct Black Cotton Star Graphic Novel Adaptation

ZQ Entertainment has nabbed the rights to the graphic novel Black Cotton Star and are developing the project as a feature film with House Party and Safety director Reginald Hudlin attached to direct, according to a report from Deadline. Deric Hughes & Benjamin Raab of The CW's Legacies will pen the scrip, having previously worked on the network's other comic based series Arrow and The Flash. Published by by Pegasus Book in the US, Black Cotton Star, the original graphic novel, was written by Yves Sente and features art by Steve Cuzor. The publisher describes the original series as follows:
MOVIES
RELATED PUBLISHERS
theplaylist.net

‘Static Shock’: Randy McKinnon To Write The DC Comics Film Produced By Michael B. Jordan & Reginald Hudlin

DC Films has a lot of catch-up to do behind Marvel. Still, now that the Snyderverse is seemingly officially behind them, and films like a rebooted “The Suicide Squad” are on the way, it seems like a new chapter is about to be written in its cinematic history. It’s already been reported that Michael B. Jordan and Reginald Hudlin would be producing a live-action feature film featuring “Static Shock,” a cult superhero from DC Comics and Milestone Comics.
MOVIES
d23.com

Director Reginald Hudlin on the Film’s Inspiring and Powerful Message

“As a kid, I was obsessed with movies. Throughout my career, my goal has been to give joy to others the way films have brought joy and inspiration to me,” says director Reginald Hudlin. His most recent film, Safety, began streaming exclusively in December on Disney+, where the moving, uplifting drama is part of the “Celebrate Black Stories” collection. It’s inspired by the empowering story of former Clemson University football safety Ray McElrathbey (Jay Reeves), a young man facing a series of challenging circumstances, whose dedication and persistence help him to triumph over repeated adversities. Aided by his teammates and the Clemson community, he succeeds on the field while simultaneously raising and caring for his 11-year-old brother Fahmarr (Thaddeus J. Mixson).
MOVIES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE