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    Inside Quotes: Stop Crying Racism At Hollywood Says Antoine Fuqua; 'Put In The Work'

    “I wouldn’t use the term racist, as much as I would say the playing field is not even in Hollywood. But ultimately, you have to put in the work [...] It’s very easy to cry racism when you’re not qualified to do the work or your work isn’t transcending to where you want it to be. Hollywood is a busin...

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    Antoine Fuqua Sets His Sights On 'The Equalizer' With Denzel Washington

    Because he doesn't have enough projects on this plate already....wait, do we have to, really? Okay: the boxing drama "Southpaw"; a Miles Davis biopic; heist flick "Chicagoland"; "Steel Town" for Legendary; a Suge Knight documentary for Showtime (recently wrapped); the thriller "Storming Las Vegas";...

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    Antoine Fuqua Is Looking To Reteam w/ Denzel Washington On 'The Equalizer'

    The Who will direct Denzel Washington in The Equalizer? contest continues...

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    Antoine Fuqua And The Cast Of 'Olympus Has Fallen' Discuss The Bumps & Bruises Of Action Filmmaking

    This weekend, Washington D.C. gets pulverized in “Olympus Has Fallen,” and director Antoine Fuqua wouldn’t have it any other way. The man in charge of this star-studded production boasted during press day of the glee he took in demolishing a national landmark, designed as a set in Shreveport, Louisi...

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    Antoine Fuqua Says '24' Movie Is Dead, Still Waiting On The Script For Tupac Shakur Biopic

    Antoine Fuqua has been a busy man: the “Training Day” helmer has “Olympus Has Fallen” about to hit theaters, just as his hands are in several pies, developing many upcoming projects. We caught up with him during press for the White House siege film, and while he could only reveal that there were sev...

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    The Weinstein Company Put Antoine Fuqua's Boxing Flick 'Southpaw' Back In The Ring

    One of the many zillion projects Antoine Fuqua has been linked to in the past while is "Southpaw," a boxing flick once mooted as a vehicle for Eminem (he's since moved on to focus on his music). Last spring, the movie got put on the backburner by Sony and MGM, and then it pretty much f...

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    The Weinstein Company Revives Antoine Fuqua's New-Look 'Southpaw' - Could Shoot This Year

    The Weinstein Company has reportedly picked up Antoine Fuqua's boxing drama Southpaw, which was to star starring Eminem, last we wrote about it.

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    Watch: Gerard Butler Tries To Save The White House (And His Career) In Trailer For 'Olympus Has Fallen'

    After "Machine Gun Preacher," "Playing For Keeps" and "Chasing Mavericks" (and we'll just go ahead an presume the omnibus comedy "Movie 43" is going to tank hard this weekend) Gerard Butler is in desperate need of a hit. Why on Earth he signed on to the ch...

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    Antoine Fuqua Calls Out Spike Lee for Publicly Trashing 'Django Unchained' (But Hasn't Seen The Movie Yet Either)

    A little over one week in theaters, and after a tremendous Christmas weekend opening for the film garnering $64 million, director Spike Lee might just have played a key role in the success of Quentin Tarantino's “Django Unchained.” His public refusal to see the western, calling it “disrespectful to ...

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    Debate Continues to Rage Over 'Django Unchained' as It Gallops Past $64 Million at the Box Office

    Notable figures both in and out of Hollywood continue to weigh in on Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained." The ongoing debate about the film can only help its prospects — “Django” is now more than halfway to the domestic box office total of “Inglourious Basterds," in a mere six days.

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