Star Wars and The Woman King star John Boyega went viral this week for sharing his dating preferences. In a recent interview with British GQ, the star shared that he only looks for a Black romantic partner.
It seems Marvel fans might have to scratch John Boyega from their actor wish list. He has once again nixed the idea of getting his superhero on.
It’s been almost a year since the tragic passing of beloved actor, Michael K. Williams and while he’s sorely missed we’re lucky enough to see his genius once again in a new film alongside John Boyega.
It appears that Majors ran into a scheduling conflict as a result of his appearance in the upcoming Ant-Man film.
Recently, the outspoken British-Nigerian actor has become the subject of chatter online that suggests he walked off the set of a Netflix film right in the middle of production, prompting many to rally around him by way of the #IStandWithJohnBoyega hashtag.
While Star Wars helped Boyega gain superstardom around the world, heads like us been checking for him since the British sci-fi comedy dropped back in 2011.
While we hope future Star Wars films emphasize diversity and give non-white characters their time to shine, we’re really crossing our fingers that said characters in a galaxy far, far away are a part of a better written story.
John Boyega Is Over It Bruv, Airs Out Disney For Its Treatment of Diverse Characters In ‘Stars Wars’ Sequels
Boyega kept his promise that following The Rise of Skywalker's release, he would keep it one hunnit in regards to how he felt about the franchise and it's out of pocket fans by throwing shade at Disney and subtle jabs at the Star Wars sequels.
During an interview on the Script Apart podcast, the writer/director of the original film, Joe Cornish, revealed that a sequel is in the works and Boyega might reprise his role as Moses.
Putting his acting career on the line, the actor made an impassioned plea on behalf of Black lives all across the globe.
The actor expressed his anger towards racists in the wake of the murder of George Floyd and his white fans tried to walk him off the ledge but didn't get the desired results.