Could Donald Glover Join the Black Panther 2 Cast?
With the success and impact of the first Black Panther film, it only makes sense for Marvel Studios put together yet another film that’ll break even more records. And now, according to a new report in Metro, director Ryan Coogler wants to enlists Donald Glover for a role in the sequel. The rumored talks between the two masterminds are informal, but without a return for Michael B. Jordan‘s Killmonger character, space would open up for Glover to play a villain. The Emmy winner also contributed to an early draft of the Black Panther script, so joining the cast isn’t too farfetched.
LeBron James & Channing Tatum Team Up For New Action Comedy Show
Hollywood LeBron James is making yet another major move. Deadline reports that SpringHill Entertainment, which is owned by James and childhood friend Maverick Carter, is producing an action-comedy dubbed Public Enemy. Channing Tatum is on board, and the show is being described as a “subversive action comedy that looks at the speed of media in our current landscape.” SpringHill doesn’t have many Hollywood projects under its belt, but the company did reveal back in February that they’re working on a remake of ’90s classic House Party with the help of Atlanta writers Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori.
Idris Elba To Star As Hunchback of Notre Dame For Netflix
Idris Elba is ready to step behind the camera and add even more film roles to his name. For Netflix, Elba will with direct, produce, star in and create original music for The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The film is most known for its 1996 Disney animation adaptation where Quasimodo, a hunchback, falls in love with the Gypsy Esmeralda. Hunchback is just the latest film that has allowed Elba to step in front of the camera, as he had his directorial debut this year with Yardie. He also created in, was featured in, and executive produced Netflix’s upcoming Turn Up Charlie.
Donald Trump Can’t Block People On Twitter Because It Violates The First Amendment
Donald Trump’s Twitter activity is finally coming back to bite him. With all the controversial and outlandish things he says, he’s got quite a few haters clapping back at him. But, according to the federal Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald, he legally can’t block Twitter users because it violates the First Amendment.
“We hold that portions of the @realDonaldTrump account — the ‘interactive space’ where Twitter users may directly engage with the content of the President’s tweets — are properly analyzed under the “‘public forum’ doctrines set forth by the Supreme Court … and that the blocking of the plaintiffs based on their political speech constitutes viewpoint discrimination that violates the First Amendment,” Buchwald wrote.
Jets Owner Says He Will Pay Players’ Anthem-Related Fines
The NFL enacted a new policy that requires players to stand for the Anthem or wait in the locker room until it’s over. Players aren’t too happy with being forced to protest in the dark, and neither is Jets co-owner, Christopher Johnson. And he’s even willing to pay any fine that his players incur.
“I do not like imposing any club-specific rules. If somebody [on the Jets] takes a knee, that fine will be borne by the organization, by me, not the players. I never want to put restrictions on the speech of our players. Do I prefer that they stand? Of course. But I understand if they felt the need to protest,” Johnson told Newsday.
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