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Chris Pratt in Amazon’s ‘The Terminal List’: TV Review

The actor headlines this starry series adaptation of Jack Carr's novel about a Navy SEAL trying to unravel a vast conspiracy related to his team's disastrous final mission.

Antoine Fuqua Inks Paramount Overall TV Deal

Antoine Fuqua is expanding his relationship with Paramount. The Mayor of Kingstown exec producer and his Hill District Media banner has inked an overall deal with Paramount. Fuqua will work with Chris McCarthy’s MTV Entertainment Studios and David Glasser’s 101 Studios to create and develop scripted and unscripted fare for the company behind the Paramount+ […]

Will Smith, Ava DuVernay and ‘The Harder They Fall’ Cast to be Honored at Celebration of Black Cinema and Television

The Critics Choice Association is finalizing the program for its 4th annual Celebration of Black Cinema & Television, announcing today a list of honorees that includes Will Smith, Ava DuVernay, Antoine Fuqua, Ruth Negga, Kenan Thompson, Robin Thede, Danielle Brooks and the cast of The Harder They Fall, among others. In all, the program includes […]

Antoine Fuqua on ‘The Guilty’ and Reuniting with Jake Gyllenhaal: “We Were Both Trapped”

When Antoine Fuqua saw the lengths that Jake Gyllenhaal was going to in order to play a professional boxer in their 2015 film, Southpaw, he opted to put himself through the same type of training out of solidarity. And because of their shared experience, Fuqua knew that it was only a matter of time before […]

Toronto: Antoine Fuqua, Jake Gyllenhaal on Reteaming for ‘The Guilty’ and Completing the Film in 11 Days

Days before production kicked off in November on the real-time thriller The Guilty, director Antoine Fuqua was forced to quarantine after a close contact tested positive for COVID. He wound up helming the entire film, which centers on a demoted cop (Jake Gyllenhaal) assigned to a call dispatch desk who fields a 911 call from […]

Jake Gyllenhaal in ‘The Guilty’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

Antoine Fuqua directs this American remake of the taut 2018 Danish thriller.

Jake Gyllenhaal Seeks to Save a 911 Caller in Nail-Biting ‘The Guilty’ Trailer

Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for the Antoine Fuqua-directed thriller The Guilty, introducing Jake Gyllenhaal as a troubled police detective-turned-911 operator. The Guilty takes place over the course of a single morning in the dispatch center where Gyllenhaal’s Joe Bayler works, but as the trailer makes abundantly clear, this is no regular workday. Instead of […]

Ben Foster, Charmaine Bingwa Join Will Smith in ‘Emancipation’ Drama

Ben Foster, Charmaine Bingwa, Gilbert Owuor and Mustafa Shakir have joined Will Smith in Emancipation, the freedom quest tale being directed by Antoine Fuqua for Apple Studios. Smith plays Peter, a man who escapes from slavery, relying on his wits, unwavering faith and deep love for his family to evade cold-blooded hunters and the unforgiving […]

Mark Wahlberg in Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Infinite’: Film Review

Mark Wahlberg plays a man who discovers his schizophrenic visions are actually memories from past lives just in time to save humanity in Antoine Fuqua’s high-octane sci-fi thriller.

‘The Day Sports Stood Still’: TV Review

Antoine Fuqua directs this HBO documentary about sports in 2020, from the COVID postponements of March 11 through the summer's protests and the NBA bubble.

Jamie Foxx Mike Tyson Drama Set as Limited Series With Antoine Fuqua Directing

The actor's long-gestating drama about the boxer was previously planned as a film.

‘Shaka: King of the Zulu Nation’ Drama From Antoine Fuqua a Go at Showtime

Creators Olu Odebunmi and Tolu Awosika will write the series from Propagate and CBS Studios.