Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) – Amazing of Mobi Racer

Judas and the Black Messiah (2021) – Amazing of Mobi Racer

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021 is an upcoming American biographical TV movie that involves the American Black Panther Party activist Fred Hampton. The film is directed and produced by Shaka King and consists of the screenplay of King and Will Berson and the story of King, Berson, and Kenny, and Keith Lucas. It is starred by Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons, Dominique Fishback, Ashton Sanders, Algee Smith, and Martin Sheen.

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021

In February 2019, it was announced that Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield had joined the cast of the film, and Shaka King directed the Lucas Bros. ) And the script he wrote with Will Berson. Ryan Coogler will serve as the producer of the film, which will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. In September 2019, Jesse Plemons, Dominique Fishback and Ashton Sanders participated in the cast of the movie. In October 2019, Algee Smith (Algee Smith) joined the cast of the movie.

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021

The main photography began on September 30, 2019, in Cleveland, Ohio. Photography took place at the Ohio State Reform Institute in Mansfield from November 25th to 26th, 2019. Production ended on December 19, 2019.

The film was originally announced as “Jesus is My Hometown Boy”, it was later reported as “Judas and the Black Messiah”, and it was later described as untitled. In July 2020, the title of the film was confirmed as Judas and Black Messiah.

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021

The film was originally scheduled to be released on August 21, 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the film has been postponed.

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021

Directed by
Shaka King (directed by)

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Writing Credits
Will Berson (story by) &
Shaka King (story by) and
Kenneth Lucas (story by) (as Kenny Lucas) &
Keith Lucas (story by)
Will Berson (screenplay by) &
Shaka King (screenplay by)

Daniel Kaluuya as Fred Hampton
LaKeith Stanfield as Bill O’Neal
Jesse Plemons as Roy Mitchell
Dominique Fishback as Deborah Johnson
Ashton Sanders as Jimmy Palmer
Algee Smith as Jake Winters
Darrell Britt-Gibson as Bobby Rush
Lil Rel Howery as Wayne
Dominique Thorne as Judy Harmon
Martin Sheen as J. Edgar Hoover
Amari Cheatom as Collins
Khris Davis as Steel
Ian Duff as Doc Satchel

Caleb Eberhardt as Bob Lee
Robert Longstreet as Leslie Carlyle
Amber Chardae Robinson as Betty Coachman
Ikechukwu Ufomadu as Walter Hicks
James Udom as Compton
Nick Fink as Fesperman
Mell Bowser as Tex
Alysia Joy Powell as Mrs. Winters
Nicholas Velez as José Cha Cha Jiménez
Aj Carr as Anthony Timmons (as Ajani Aj Carr)
Tommy Lafitte as Pool Hall Bartender
Terayle Hill as George Sams
China Shavers as College Student

Crystal Lee Brown as Darlene
Graham Lutes as Alex
Jonathan Scialabba as CPD Officer
Adam Ratcliffe as Cop
RayJonaldy Rodriguez as Mexican Teen
Tyra Joy Smith as Tracy Randle
Deonte Stubbs as Dice Game Onlooker (as Deonté Stubbs)
Cliff Weissman as Hospital Cop
Tone Tank as Officer Carcetti
James Bruner as Officer Williams
Winston Haynes as Captain James Byrne
Raymond Seay as Oldest Kid (as Raymond Seay III)

Latjuan Wells as Youngest Kid
Michael ‘Mick’ Harrity as Menard Prison Warden (as Michael Harrity)
Will F. Moore as Interviewer (voice)
Ken Bolden as Maître d’
Maggie Callahan as Blonde Girl (as Maggie Tyma)
Michael Buonomo as FBI Agent
Aaron Kleiber as Agent Saunders
Brian Bowman as Reg
Cooper Bucha as James
Robert Forte Shannon III as Prisoner (as Robert 7 Shannon)
The Lady of Rage as Lady Panther

Todd C. Adelman as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Laura Allen as FBI Secretary / Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Brian Andrus as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Dominique Ayers as P Stone AKA Crown (uncredited)
Michael Lee Bailey as Meeting Attendee (uncredited)
Jimmy Barber as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Ollie Shareese Bias as Protestors (uncredited)
Joseph Bonamico as Bartender (uncredited)
Michael Booker as Crown Member (uncredited)
Chris Breen as Paramedic (uncredited)
Jeffrey Cain as FBI agent (uncredited)
Sonny Ciarlillo as Police Officer (uncredited)

Dale Coffman as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Suzie Coker as Dinner Patron (uncredited)
Alex DeCourville as Young Patriot (uncredited)
Larry DiBartolomeo as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Rick Dremann as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Chris Drexel as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Rachel Flannigan as Core Panther (uncredited)
Reese Foster as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Jermaine Fowler as Mark Clark (uncredited)
Mark Francis as F.B.I. Agent (uncredited)
Alvin J. Frazier II as Protester (uncredited)
Shalanda Fresh as Bar Patron / Church Goer / Protester (uncredited)
Logan Fry as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Linda D Gaines as Female Protestor Church / Police Station (uncredited)
Anthony Garcia as Male Protester / FBI agent (uncredited)
Jomahl Gildersleve as White (uncredited)
David Goebel as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Dan Gradijan as FBI Agent (uncredited)
David Gragg as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Chris Hahn as Prison Guard (uncredited)
Josh Heileman as 2nd AC (uncredited)
Matt Hudson as Police Officer (uncredited)
Steven Hudson as Agent Mitchell’s Hand Double / FBI Agent #1 (uncredited)
Leanne Johnson as FBI Secretary (uncredited)
Stefan Johnson as Rally Attendee (uncredited)

Brian Jones as Chicago Police Officer (uncredited)
Karman Jones as Woman in the Swanky Bar (uncredited)
Latoya Kaye as Female Protester (uncredited)
Mike Kolovich as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Scott Konkel as Chicago Police Officer (uncredited)
Mike Kuse as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Peter Lawson Jones as Landlord (uncredited)
Zak Lee as Raid Cop (uncredited)
Daniel Loesch as Cop #1 (uncredited)
Eileen Lorene as Couple#1 (uncredited)
Chuck Matthews as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Chris McCail as Cell Mate (uncredited)
Jeff McCuistion as FBI agent (uncredited)

Bob McGovern as Undercover Police (uncredited)
Brandon McWhorter as P Stone (uncredited)
Josh Menning as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Abdi Mine as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Micaela Minner as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Yointina Monique as Bar Patron (uncredited)
Quan MuyVon as P Stone (uncredited)
Carl Anthony Nespoli as Officer Maroney (uncredited)
Joseph O’Brien as Police Officer (uncredited)
Keith Otto as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Roger Petan as Briefcase Man / FBI Agent (uncredited)
Richard Phillis as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Alec Reeves as Young Patriot (uncredited)
Daniel Repas as Prison Guard (uncredited)

Steve Rizzo as Sergeant Blart (uncredited)
Bobby Rodriguez as Family Member (uncredited)
Patricia Rodriguez as Protester (uncredited)
Samantha Rokicky as Protester (uncredited)
Mark Salas as Hispanic Neighbor (uncredited)
Debbie Scaletta as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Joshua Scantland as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Alonda Shevette as Various (uncredited)
David Sollberger as FBI Agent / Bar Patron (uncredited)
Bill Stone as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Devon Thomas as P Stone / Crown (uncredited)
Shane Thompson as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Ezequiel Santaliz Trabal as FBI Agent (uncredited)

Mark Turkeltaub as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Adam Joseph Turner as FBI Agent (uncredited)
John West Jr. as Black Panther Soldier B (uncredited)
Demetrius T. Wheeler as Core Black Panther (uncredited)
Angela Mariea Williams as Church Attendee / Bar Patron (uncredited)
Johnathan C. Williams as Protester (uncredited)

Release Dates
USA : 1 February 2021 (Sundance Film Festival) (premiere)
Canada : 12 February 2021
Italy : 12 February 2021 (internet)
USA : 12 February 2021
USA : 12 February 2021 (internet)
Brazil : 25 February 2021
Ireland : 5 March 2021
India : 5 March 2021
Australia : 11 March 2021
Netherlands : 8 April 2021

Also Known As
(original title) : Judas and the Black Messiah
Argentina : Judas y el mesías negro
Australia : Judas and the Black Messiah
Brazil : Judas e o Messias Negro
Canada (French title) : Judas and the Black Messiah
Canada (English title) : Judas and the Black Messiah
Germany : Judas and the Black Messiah
India (English title) : Judas and the Black Messiah
Russia : Иуда и чёрный Мессия
Slovakia : Judáš a čierny Mesiáš
Spain : Judas and the Black Messiah
UK : Judas and the Black Messiah
USA (working title) : Untitled Fred Hampton Project
USA (working title) : Jesus Was My Homeboy
USA : Judas and the Black Messiah
(working title) : Jesus Is My Homeboy

Filming Locations
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Mansfield Reformatory – 100 Reformatory Road, Mansfield, Ohio, USA

Filming Dates
21 October 2019 – 19 December 2019

Judas and the Black Messiah 2021
Judas and the Black Messiah 2021

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