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‘Captain Marvel 2’ Lands Nia DaCosta as Director

Filmmaker Nia DaCosta, director of the highly anticipated horror reimagining of “Candyman,” will direct “Captain Marvel 2” for Marvel Studios, Variety has confirmed.DaCosta replaces Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, who helmed 2019’s “Captain Marvel” to a $426.8 million domestic gross, and $1.13 billion worldwide. Brie Larson will return as the titular hero, also known as […]

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‘Captain Marvel 2’ Will Be Helmed By ‘Candyman’ Director Nia DaCosta

Nia DaCosta is taking the helm for Captain Marvel 2. The director of the highly anticipated Candyman reboot has been tapped by Marvel Studios to direct Captain Marvel 2, making her the first-ever Black female director for a Marvel movie. Deadline broke the news that Nia DaCosta, director of the acclaimed drama Little Woods and […]

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Fox Searchlight Lines Up ‘Sleeping With The Enemy’ Reboot, ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ Film & White House Astrologer Pic

The Favourite backer Fox Searchlight is lining up a reboot of Julia Roberts’ 1991 hit Sleeping With The Enemy and a feature version of smash James Corden stage play One Man, Two Guvnors as part of a new producing deal with The Iron Lady and Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie producer Damian Jones.Prolific UK producer Jones […]

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‘Little Woods’ Trailer: Tessa Thompson Is A Drug Runner Trying To Help Her Family In This Tribeca Standout

Tessa Thompson is a joy to watch on screen in just about every film she’s in. Whether she’s a drunk female warrior/superhero in “Thor: Ragnarok” or an offbeat artist in the underrated “Sorry to Bother You,” the actress brings something special to each role she takes. And her hot streak of quality performances continues in […]

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‘Little Woods’: Tessa Thompson Shines In This Empathetic Modern-Day Western [Tribeca Review]

Director Nia DaCosta offers a rare and insightful look at the life of America’s struggling working class with the exceptional modern-day Western”Little Woods.” An impressive directorial debut, DaCosta captures the hardship of economical depression in a manner that feels acutely reflective of where the troubled country stands today. “Little Woods” offers no glamor or pity, […]

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