“One Night in Miami”: Acclaimed Drama Directed by Regina King Receives New OFFICIAL Trailer; Check out!

Iconic Oscar winner Regina King’s debut film ‘One Night in Miami’ has won a new official trailer.

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The film arrives on Amazon Prime’s streaming platform on January 15, 2021.

“ One Night in Miami ” debuted at the 2020 Venice Film Festival and made King the first African-American councilor to do so in the event’s 77 years.

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But that’s not all: King was also praised for his work, immediately placing him as one of the strongest contenders for the 2021 Oscars. After overwhelmingly positive reviews, the film can compete in the categories of Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor for Eli Gorée and Best Supporting Actor for Aldis Hodge, Leslie Odom Jr. and Ben Kingsley-Adir. King also has a good chance of being nominated in the Best Direction category.

Regina King’s #OneNightInMiami is a strong Oscar contender for:
– Best director
– Best adapted scenario
– Best Actor (Eli Goree)
– Best Supporting Actor (Aldis Hodge, Leslie Odom Jr, Ben Kingsley-Adir) pic.twitter.com/iis9TKhx5d

– Movie Updates (@FilmUpdates) September 7, 2020

Recalling that a black director has never been nominated or won in the category in question – which could guarantee him a space of extreme representativeness in the field of entertainment.

The film is based on the homonymous play by Kemp Powers, which signs the screenplay for the adaptation.

Set on the night of February 25, 1964, the tale revolves around a young Cassius Clay – before being known as Muhammad Ali – shortly after his victory in the heavyweight title fight against Sonny Liston. , shocking the boxing world. However, Jim Crow-era segregation laws in the United States forced Clay to celebrate at the Hampton House Motel in Overtown, Miami, joining three friends to discuss their lives and the responsibility of sustaining a victory. black man movement for social rights.

Eli Goree, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Aldis Hodge and Leslie Odom Jr. star in the feature film.

Terence Blanchard (“Blood Detachment”) composed the soundtrack for the reinterpretation. Jody Kelin, Keith Calder and Jess Wu Calder enter as producers.

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