Antoine Fuqua

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‘Scarface’ Reboot To Focus On Core Immigrant Narrative

There was a concern about white American writers relaying an immigrant narrative on the grounds of cultural insensitivity.

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‘Scarface’ Could Be The Next Classic Film To Get A Remake

Training Day director, Antoine Fuqua and Universal Pictures are reportedly in conversation to remake the 1983 film.


‘Training Day’ Director Antoine Fuqua Developing Film About Black Panther Fred Hampton

The film will be based on a book entitled "The Assassination of Fred Hampton: How the FBI and the Chicago Police Murdered a Black Panther.”…


Denzel Washington Gets Revenge in ‘The Equalizer’

Following the close of his Broadway show, A Raisin in the Sun, Denzel Washington is hopping off the stage and onto…

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Antoine Fuqua To Direct Jake Gyllenhaal In ‘Southpaw’

After the success of Olympus Has Fallen (and the hype behind its sequel), director Antoine Fuqua has chosen his next film.

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Jake Gyllenhaal To Replace Eminem In Antoine Fuqua’s ‘Southpaw’

Antoine Fuqua is still attached to direct Southpaw from a script by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter, which aims to attach Jake Gyllenhaal to…


Angela Bassett, Morgan Freeman and More Attend ‘Olympus Has Fallen’ Premiere

The red carpet was on fire this week (March 18) as celebs stepped out to attend FilmDistrict's Premiere of Olympus Has Fallen. Hosted by…

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‘Training Day’ Director Tapped For ‘Hunter Killer’

Antoine Fuqua may have found his next project. The Training Day director is currently in final negotiations to helm an action thriller entitled, Hunter Killer.

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Lead in Tupac Biopic To Be Chosen From Online Casting Call

Keep your head up Pac fans, the Thug Life story will soon be coming to a theater near you and it looks like an unknown…


Don Cheadle Speaks On Shooting ‘Tricky’ Iron Man Sequel

When you're attached to one of the year’s most talked-about movie sequels, you can expect plenty of hype. It’s the kind of unfiltered fan boy…


Spike Lee Adapting French Graphic Novel Into Movie

Film heavyweights Antoine Fuqua, Spike Lee and John Ridley are teaming up to adapt a French graphic novel into a motion picture.