Antoine Fuqua

In 1969 Fred Hampton was shot dead during a police raid.
The '80s version starred a non-Latino actor as a Cuban refugee.
Affleck will still star in his movie, while Fuqua will make an "Equalizer" sequel.
And while it may indeed be that, Fuqua's new vision of the 1960 John Sturgess oater benefits from strong production values
Screenwriters Richard Wenk and Nic Pizzolatto have created a unique blend of innovative action sequences and macho characters
With fall movie season upon us, Brian and Zaki are back to offer quick takes on a whole host of new releases, including Clint
Antoine Fuqua’s Western The Magnificent Seven is set to open the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival, and the director
The director made "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" at Paisley Park.
As director, you can have all the wild visions you want for how your film will be created, how the finished product will take shape behind that vision and live on to be remembered accordingly. But that simply is not a conceivable goal without the proper team behind you.
They wanted to do a remake of The Champ. I'm not a big fan of remakes, nor am I the guy to go to for an adaptation or reinvention. That said, I pitched them the idea of telling the next chapter of Marshall's story through the analogy of boxing.