Trailer: Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx fight social injustice in 'JUST MERCY'
Can you smell what the Oscars are cooking? — The first trailer for Warner Bros. JUST MERCY arrives just days ahead of its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival. And as you would expect, the first look hits all the emotional beats that an Oscar hopeful is want to do, underscored by America’s longstanding history of racial and social discrimination through the eyes of two black men.
'Just Mercy' Warner Bros. In Theaters Dec. 25, 2019
Warner Bros. 'Just Mercy' will hit theaters right in time for Awards consideration
Will Michael B. Jordan land his second unofficial Oscar nom? (I'm pretending Fruitvale Station was his first) — In a not-so-surprising move, Warner Bros has given Destin Cretton’s upcoming civil rights drama a vote of confidence by moving its theatrical release for Awards consideration.
First footage of 'Just Mercy' previewed at CAA's Amplify Summit
The powerhouse duo, along with director Destin Daniel Cretton and Bryan Stevenson screened a first look at CAA’s annual Amplify summit — In his review of Bryan Stevenson’s 2014 Bestseller "Just Mercy," New York Times critic Ted Conover writes: “You don’t have to read too long to start cheering for this man. . . . The message of this book . . . is that evil can be overcome, a difference can be made. Just Mercy will make you upset and it will make you hopeful.”
Production is underway for 'Just Mercy' starring Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson, and Jamie Foxx
It's realistic to believe 'Just Mercy' could land Michael B. Jordan his second Oscar nom (I’m pretending Fruitvale Station was his first). — In the spirit of loving everything Michael B. Jordan stands for (I make no apologies), I thought I'd pass along another reminder reinforcing just how awesome Mr. Jordan is, and more notably, a reminder that production for his next feature film is currently underway.
Brie Larson joins Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx in Warner Bros ‘Just Mercy’
The 28-year old Academy Award winner re-teams with her “Short Term 12” and “Glass Castle” Director, Destin Cretton, joining Michael B. Jordan and fellow Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx in Warner Bros true life drama.