Oscar-winning performance by Daniel Kaluuya in “JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH” trailer out now
This film is presented by Warner Bros. and produced by Ryan Coogler co-stars Lakeith Stanfield and director is Shaka King.
When the FBI assassinated Fred Hampton, he was only 21 years old. He forced a petty criminal named William O’Neal to help them make him and the Panthers the party remained silent.
But they can’t obliterate Fred Hampton’s bequest, and 50 years later, his words about revolution are still echoing…maybe louder than ever. The name of the movie “Judas and the Black Messiah” aims to tell this story. Warner Bros. released its first trailer.
In 1968, a young, charismatic activist became the chairperson of the Illinois branch of the Black Panther Party, who fought for freedom and had the power to establish the fate of the black community and to stop police brutality and murder of blacks. Chairman Hampton inspires a generation to rise, rather than succumbing to oppression, which directly makes him a line of fire for the government, the FBI, and the Chicago police.
This film was previously called “The Untitled Fred Hampton Project/Jesus is My Family Boy”, the first studio film produced by the script of the King and Will Boyson and the story of the King Directed and produced by Shaka King, Burson, Kenny, and Keith Lucas.
The actors in”Judah and the Black Messiah” are a group of young black actors, played by Daniel Kaluuya as Fred Hampton and Lakeith Stanfield Headed by William O’Neal. The list of main actors includes Ashton Sanders, Algee Smith, Dominique Fishback, Jesse Plemons, and Martin Sheen. The producers are Ryan Coogler and Charles King of MACRO. The film was originally scheduled to be released on August 21, 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the film has been withdrawn from the schedule-the trailer says it will still be “only in theaters.
I AM REVOLUTIONARY
“producer King and Kugler, Shaka King and Hampton’s son chairman Fred Hampton Jr, as they said at the virtual forum because they knew they wanted to tell this story in a blockbuster movie Canvas as much as possible. “I’m a revolutionary,” Kaluuya repeatedly yelled urgently to the largely black crowd in the trailer, and they responded equally forcefully. After that, it never succumbed, promising to make a provocative film.