The British-Nigerian star discusses his role in Steve McQueen’s “Red, White and Blue” and aligning his politics with his career.
The "Star Wars" actor condemned Jo Malone for replacing him without his consent in an ad Boyega created.
The actor feels his character was "pushed to the side" in later films, compared to his white co-stars.
The “Star Wars” actor said he didn’t know if he'd have a career after speaking his mind during a Black Lives Matter protest. Entertainment figures spoke up.
The “Star Wars” actor said he would not apologize for that comment, which followed a tweet paying tribute to George Floyd.
"It’s important that we take charge of telling our stories, and with this deal, we will do just that," the "Star Wars" actor said in a statement.
The "Star Wars" actor fought online with fans who called him a "misogynist" and more.
Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Billy Dee Williams, Kelly Marie Tran and J.J. Abrams all took part in the "Late Show" bit.
The "Star Wars" actor took herself offline after experiencing months of online harassment.
"A way to feel your organs in your big toe mate, I tell you," he told "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.