In Reginald Hudlin’s “Marshall,” Chadwick Boseman plays a young Thurgood Marshall, sent by the NAACP to defend a black man accused of raping a wealthy white socialite. Boseman is joined by a cast that includes Sterling K. Brown, Kate Hudson, Josh Gad, Dan Stevens, Jussie Smollett, Keesha Sharp, Roger Guenveur Smith and more. Hudlin and Boseman spoke with RogerEbert.com about their challenges in making the film, their hope that those who see it will better understand Justice Marshall, and how change happens. Reggie, I’ve heard you speak several times at San Diego Comic-Con about the state of the industry for African-American filmmakers. How would you describe it today? REGINALD HUDLIN: We were talking about what a great time this is for black storytellers, … Read entire story.
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