Chris Evans and Anthony Mackie pose for a photo with a nine-month-old patient named Carson Stenson while visiting the children’s unit at MassGeneral Hospital on Tuesday (August 16) in Boston, Mass. The Marvel superheroes greeted dozens of patients, posed for photos, and signed autographs. Chris has often donated his time to visit sick kids in [...]
Kathryn Bigelow‘s next movie will reunite her with a star from one of her last movies. Anthony Mackie has boarded her as-yet-untitled drama about the 1967 Detroit riots, joining Star Wars: The Force Awakens star John Boyega and Game of Thrones actress Hannah Murray. Show More Summary
Mackie previously starred in Bigelow's Oscar-winning film The Hurt Locker The post Anthony Mackie & Kathryn Bigelow Reteam for Detroit Riots Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Mackie joins Boyega, Will Poulter, Jack Reynor and Ben O'Toole in Bigelow's great-sounding drama. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Anthony Mackie is just plain great on screen. We can all agree on this, whether we're Team Marvel or Team DC. Show More Summary
After working with Kathryn Bigelow on Best Picture winner The Hurt Locker, Anthony Mackie is set to reteam with the director for her untitled movie about the 1967 Detroit riots, Mashable has confirmed. Fresh off Star Wars: The ForceShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Anthony Mackie has been set for a key role in the Untitled Detroit Project that Kathryn Bigelow will direct from the Mark Boal script for Annapurna. Mackie joins John Boyega, Will Poulter, Ben O'Toole and Jack Reynor in a drama framed around the 1967 Detroit race riots that devastated the city over five summer days. Show More Summary
Anthony Mackie has come aboard to star as Johnnie Cochran in an untitled drama centering on his landmark Signal Hill police brutality case.
For whatever reason, ‘90s nostalgia has really zeroed in on the O.J. Simpson trial lately, with this, this, this, and this once again bringing names like Lance Ito, Mark Fuhrman, Marcia Clark, and Johnnie Cochran back into the public consciousness. Show More Summary
Based on the laywer's high profile 1981 police brutality case The post Justin Chadwick to Direct Anthony Mackie in Johnnie Cochran Biopic appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE: Justin Chadwick is making a deal to direct the untitled film about the landmark Signal Hill police brutality case in 1981 that has Anthony Mackie playing attorney Johnnie Cochran. The script is by David McMillan, and the film is backed by The Firm. Show More Summary
Chris Evans recently fanned the flames of the internet’s crushes when he revealed a deep love of both Disney movies and Broadway musicals at a Wizard World event in Philadelphia this weekend. During a panel alongside Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, a fan asked the trio about their dream roles. Show More Summary
Chris Evans reveals his thoughts about Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, while Anthony Mackie has a different perspective.
Marvel’s acquisition of Spider-Man, and the addition of the beloved webbed-wonder to the their Cinematic Universe immediately set online tongues wagging about other potential characters that could join future Avengers instalments. But...Show More Summary
Casts don’t get much more stacked than the one for Triple 9, the gritty heist drama that hit theaters earlier this year. It’s an embarrassment of riches—Woody Harrelson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie, Norman Reedus, Gal Gadot, Aaron Paul, and Michael K. Show More Summary
LBJ in the form of Bryan Cranston came ‘all the way’ to Deadline’s all day first-ever Contenders Emmys event at the DGA Theatre last month. Kicking off the day were director Jay Roach, actor Anthony Mackie who plays Martin Luther King...Show More Summary
Actor Anthony Mackie is apparently starring into two films that were physically demanding for him. The first film, Captain America: Civil War, allowed Mackie to suit up yet again as Sam Wilson/The Falcon. The worldwide box-office hit movie marked Anthony’s fourth appearance in a Marvel film as that character. Show More Summary
Debuting on HBO on May 21, the Jay Roach-directed All The Way is eminently timely television and intentionally so, as President Lyndon Baines Johnson and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. form an unlikely partnership and weave a masterful...Show More Summary
Fans have been asking for a Black Widow movie for some time now. She’s been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ever since Iron Man 2, but people didn’t see the potential for a solo film until at least The Avengers, with Captain America: The Winter Soldier cementing her badassery for audiences worldwide. Show More Summary
Anthony Mackie thinks Black Widow could use some 'aerial support' if she gets her own stand alone Marvel movie.
Anthony Mackie decided to take a different route for his role as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in “All The Way.” Starring Mackie, Bryan Cranston (as President Lyndon B. Johnson), Bradley Whitford (as Vice President Hubert Humphrey), and Stephen Root (as J. Show More Summary