Watch: Tenet trailer Considering the circumstances in which it was released – amid a global pandemic – Christopher Nolan's Tenet had the privilege of being the only new movie out in months.
John David Washington used to to tell people his father was a construction worker rather than a two-time Oscar winner.
Hollywood's hopes for salvaging its summer season have effectively ended after the releases of both Christopher Nolan's “Tenet” and the Walt Disney Co.'s live-action reboot of “Mulan” were again delayed. With reported cases of the coronavirus surging in parts of the U.S., Disney on Friday followed Warner Bros. in pushing “Mulan" to late August. “While the pandemic has changed our release plans for ‘Mulan’ and we will continue to be flexible as conditions require, it has not changed our belief in the power of this film and its message of hope and perseverance,” said Disney co-chairmen Alan Horn and Alan Bergman in a joint statement.
John David Washington didn’t ask his superstar dad, Denzel Washington, for help breaking into the biz. In fact, he kept his acting aspirations a secret.
"Tenet" and "Fortnite" became an unlikely duo Thursday night. Christopher Nolan's upcoming thriller teased more action and time-bending mystery in a new trailer released in the hugely popular battle royale video game. Not much is known about the film, which is Nolan's first since 2017's "Dunkirk." It follows a group of secret agents who are […]
The first trailer for Nolan's 11th feature, "Tenet," debuted today and based on this two-and-a-half minute taste, it’s going to be another A-list mindbender from the architect behind Inception and The Dark Knight trilogy.
John David Washington, the breakout performer in Spike Lee’s Oscar-winning “BlackKklansman,” is set to star in director Christopher Nolan’s next event film from Warner Bros.The film is currently untitled and the plot for the film has been kept under wraps, but it has been described as an “event film,” with one insider calling it a massive, innovative, action blockbuster that will screen in IMAX. A July 17, 2020 release date has already been set.Nolan wrote the script and is directing. He will also produce the film along with his producing partner Emma Thomas. The project is still in the preproduction stage.Also Read: New Christopher Nolan Imax Film Set for Summer 2020 ReleaseNolan most recently wrote, directed and produced “Dunkirk” at the studio in 2017. The film went on to win three Oscars and gross $527.0 million at the box office worldwide.Washington, who stars in the HBO series “Ballers” alongside Dwayne Johnson, broke out last year in Lee’s fact-based drama “BlacKkKlansman.”“BlacKkKlansman” pulled in $90.9 million worldwide on a $15 million production budget. It also garnered six Oscar nominations, and earned Lee his first competitive Academy Award for best adapted screenplay.Also Read: Denzel Washington in Talks to Join Warner Bros' 'Little Things'In “BlacKkKlansman,” Washington played Ron Stallworth, the first black police officer in the Colorado Springs police department who successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch.Both the film and Washington’s performance received critical acclaim, earning him a SAG and Golden Globe nomination for best actor in a drama.Washington and Nolan are repped by WME.Read original story ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Star John David Washington to Lead Christopher Nolan’s Next Film At TheWrap
Yahoo can reveal Adam Driver, Bill Murray, and John David Washington will present at the Golden Globe Awards.
From blockbusters to groundbreaking independent films, 2018 was a standout year for discovering new talent at the movies. Of the 15 actors whose performances made our list, four were making their film debuts, and two had never even acted before this year.
While most nomination reactions were generic with shout-outs to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, co-stars and others in their categories, there were some — for instance, Sacha Baron Cohen straight trolling Sarah Palin — that stand out from the rest.
On Tuesday night, the two-time Oscar winner joined Haynes and his five fellow national Youth of the Year nominees at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America annual gala in Washington, D.C. “It was a magical day and night — just getting to talk to and listen to these young people,” Washington told Yahoo Entertainment on Wednesday morning as he participated in interviews with Youth of the Year winner Haynes.
John David Washington would reenact his father Denzel's film "Glory" for hours at a time when he was a kid. Now he stars in Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman."
The always political filmmaker explains why he explicitly connects his 1970s KKK drama to the deadly 2017 incident during an alt-right rally in the Virginia city.
John David Washington started his acting career as a background player in 'Malcolm X,' which featured his father, Denzel Washington, in the lead role.