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The scene takes place at a bar that caters to "canceled" celebrities.
In a new interview, actor Haaz Sleiman shares details of the upcoming Marvel movie moment.
The "Widows" actor said working with the Academy Award–winning actress was "a living, breathing master class."
It's more than a genre movie starring Viola Davis and Liam Neeson. It's a perfect portrait of race and power imbalance in our country.
Except for maybe white people failing to start a new city because of The Cheesecake Factory (and racism).
After the Toronto Film Festival, the season's early front-runners — "A Star Is Born," "Widows" and "First Man" — will probably be giant crowd-pleasing hits.
This is what happens when keeping it real goes incredibly wrong incredibly fast.