james earl jones

The end of an era for one of cinema's greatest villains ushers in a high-tech encore.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Hollywood stars like Samuel L. Jackson joined stage veterans at Monday's dedication.
The Shubert Organization’s Cort Theatre on Broadway will be renamed after James Earl Jones, fulfilling a promise by the theater giant to honor a Black artist in such a way.
Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall journey back to America for a new adventure more than 30 years later.
The live-action/CGI remake roars into theaters in July.
But CBS didn't telecast his full speech during Sunday's ceremony.
Donald Glover will take on the role, while James Earl Jones returns as Mufasa.
“You won’t ever make it go away, but you can make it better,” Jones said.