Viola Davis
"I want to fight some zombies," the EGOT winner told IndieWire. "That's what I want to do."
The EGOT winner was feted on Monday night at Film at Lincoln Center’s 48th annual Chaplin Gala, where stars like Jessica Chastain made their support clear.
Michael Jordan isn't the only celebrity who approves of Davis' performance.
The "Air" star also spoke about the respect she developed for Deloris Jordan while working on the film: "She's extraordinary, she really is."
Winners Angela Bassett, Viola Davis, Danielle Deadwyler, and more talked about finding the humanity in roles — and finding an audience for Black stories.
"Every single actor and actress puts their heart and soul into these movies and you don’t necessarily start thinking you are going to get nominated."
The Oscar- and Tony-winner sits down with Henry Louis Gates to trace back her family history.
As the world mourns the 29-year-old Memphis native, many prominent celebrities implored fans not to watch the violent video of his death.
Inside the early Oscars season event, which touted appearances from frontrunners like Cate Blanchett, Viola Davis, Austin Butler, and more.
Awards Spotlight: “Everybody knew what the stakes were. We had never, any of us, ever had a role like this,” said Davis to IndieWire.
The actress explained that she was just trying to make a point about Hollywood sexism when she claimed that "The Hunger Games" was the first action movie led by a woman.
Viola Davis double and fight choreographer Jénel Stevens discusses the collaboration between the stunt team and the actors to make the Agojie on film as badass as their history.
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