Global Support for Black Lives Matter Gives Regina King Hope

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Published on June 12, 2020

Regina King talks about the worldwide protests against police brutality, the relevancy of Watchmen and exposing audiences to historical events like the Tulsa massacre.

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16 comments

  • F. N. Lorter 2 months ago

    The Boondocks fans anyone?

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  • wes wells 2 months ago

    Watchmen 😴

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  • Marshall Boice 2 months ago

    Sister Night! Awesomeness!

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  • wes wells 2 months ago

    The creator of watchmen saying it cant be adapted to screen was exactly right and it never shouldve been

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  • Canberk Emri 2 months ago

    She is great in Watchmen, everybody should go see it I binged the whole thing in one day

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  • Angel Matos 2 months ago

    Regina King. Simply the best.

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  • rod axel 2 months ago

    Are we getting a season 2 of Watchmen? That scene near the pool was a cliffhanger… Not mad if it doesn’t happen but I would be excited to watch it…

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  • mrdynamitehee 2 months ago

    Man, anyone remember just how many people hated the racism in America backdrop for Watchmen? As a black, English man in my 40s, my first ever exposure to the history of the Tulsa massacre was thru Watchmen.

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  • B4real Jenkins 2 months ago

    Not a movie or show that I have not seen from this thespian genius of a woman, beauty absolute beauty.

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  • Kat 2 months ago

    Um… uh… um… uh…

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  • Betty Georgieva 2 months ago

    Regina King is absolutely incredible <3

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  • Cash 2 months ago

    #BlackAF

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  • Good Dog Talks 2 months ago

    Sad day….

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  • D Davis 2 months ago

    I love Seth

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  • Shady Bear 2 months ago

    I loved Watchmen & her characters journey was just amazing. So relevant in this day & age with what we’re going through. I can’t wait to watch it again!!

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  • Carol Bradshaw 2 months ago

    Hey Regina, I took part in a BLM protest and joined my local anti-racism group Newcastle Unites (UK): first time to my shame that I’ve taken action even though I am against racism or any form of bigotry. By doing nothing I’ve quietly agreed with systemic racism without realizing what my inaction has caused. I’m sorry because of this, but also because I’ve let myself down. Racism affects everyone within the system; as well as being unforgivably cruel and amoral, it simply weakens a system rather than strengthens it by causing division. Unification is what we need globally to stop Fascism. Much love.

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