Chadwick Boseman: Director’s Work Ethic Made ‘Black Panther’ Work

Black Panther was a box office animal this past weekend, shattering records with its $235 million opening. While analysts try to break down the movie to figure out why it did so phenomenally well, star Chadwick Boseman offers a very simple explanation: He thinks director Ryan Coogler was the right man for the job, and he inspired everyone on the set to make an awesome film. (Click on the media bar below to hear Chadwick Boseman)

Black Panther is playing now in theaters everywhere.

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Cush Jumbo’s Grateful To Keep Up ‘The Good Fight’

cushLanding a role on The Good Wife was a dream job for Cush Jumbo. But just as quickly as it came, it went — after she joined the show, it was announced the show would be ending. That’s why she’s extraordinarily happy that she’s been given the opportunity to continue playing the role on a spinoff show, The Good Fight. (Click on the media bar below to hear Cush Jumbo)

Cush Jumbo currently stars in the second season of The Good Fight premieres on the CBS All Access streaming service.

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Chris Pine: Why Ava DuVernay Was The Right Choice For ‘A Wrinkle In Time’

A WRINKLE IN TIMEAva DuVernay made her name as a director through a number of well-received, socially conscious documentaries, getting an Oscar nomination for 2016’s 13th. Her latest project is a movie adaptation of the classic children’s novel, A Wrinkle In Time, and its star, Chris Pine, says DuVernay’s background made her an inspired choice to take on the movie. (Click on the media bar below to hear Chris Pine)

A Wrinkle In Time, also starring Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, hits theaters on March 9.

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‘For The People’ Stars Get Their Law In Order

Shonda Rhimes has a new show coming to ABC next month, the legal drama For The People. It follows a group of new lawyers as they work on cases in the Southern District of New York federal court, a venue known for handling some of the country’s biggest trials. While the lawyers battle it out in court — some work for the defense, some for the prosecution — we also see the trials and tribulations of their personal lives. (Of course, being a Shonda Rhimes show, you know those personal lives will all get intertwined in drama somehow!) But when we talked to the stars of the show — Wesam Keesh, Rege-Jean Page, Jasmin Savoy Brown, and Britt Robertson — they told us they were really excited about showing how the justice system really works. (Click on the media bar below to hear Wesam Keesh, Rege-Jean Page, Jasmin Savoy Brown, and Britt Robertson)

For The People premieres Tuesday, March 13 on ABC.

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How Bruce Willis Rolls The Dice On Roles

In Hollywood, choosing projects can be a difficult proposition. The right one could make a career, the wrong one could wreck it. When it comes to knowing which movies are going to do well, some actors just have a sixth sense. And then there’s somebody like Bruce Willis, who told us about his process for finding the right roles to play. (Click on the media bar below to hear Bruce Willis)

His new movie is a remake of an old movie, 1974’s Death Wish, and it opens on March 2.

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