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Viola Davis to Close Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival With Spotlight on ‘The Woman King’

Oscar winner Viola Davis will showcase her upcoming film The Woman King at the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival. The actress is to take place in a conversation about the Sony Pictures/TriStar movie on closing night, Aug. 13, as part of the festival’s signature event, Color of Conversation. During the conversation, Davis and moderator Jazmine Hughes of The New York Times will discuss the film and share clips from the movie.More from The Hollywood ReporterViola Davis' 'The Woman King' to World Premiere at Toronto Film FestivalViola Davis Leads Brave Warriors Into Battle in 'The Woman King' TrailerViola Davis on Her...
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Viola Davis leads tributes to actress Mary Alice

Mary Alice has died at the age of 85. The actress - who was known for her roles as The Oracle in 'Matrix Revolutions' and as Leticia Bostic on NBC sitcom 'A Different World' - passed away on Wednesday (27.07.22) but a cause of death has not yet been confirmed.
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Toronto Film Fest Stuffed with Hits from new Spielberg to Viola Davis to Harry Styles

The Toronto International Film Festival just announced their main roster, and it’s a winner. TIFF 2022 is stuffed with hits and stars. Take a look as we update. Congrats to our old pal, Joanna Molloy. Her book, “The Greatest Beer Run Ever,” has been turned into a movie directed by Peter Farrelly. Can’t wait to see it!
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Comic-Con 2022: Viola Davis to Return as Amanda Waller in Black Adam

It's Saturday at San Diego-Comic which means lots of exciting panels have been taking place. Today, Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock showed up for the Warner Bros. panel in his full Black Adam costume and shared a new trailer for the highly-anticipated DC film. The event also included some exciting news... Viola Davis will be returning as Amanda Waller in Black Adam. Davis previously played the role in Suicide Squad, The Suicide Squad, and Peacemaker.
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