I swear this has to be one of the most humble guys I've seen in acting who is just AMAZING at his craft. Not to say that other actors are not amazing and/or humble, but I really do feel that Daniel brings a different kind of energy to his craftsmanship.
He was in Kick Ass 2, he was in a Black Mirror Episode, starred in Get Out WITH Lakeith Stanfield, in Black Panther DIRECTED by Ryan Coogler (who also produces this movie) and also in Queen and Slim, a film that made me cry and angry and his performance was also great in that. he has been in other movies i haven't mentioned, but this trailer alone looks Award winning for this award nominated actor.
There's nothing much I can say in regards to this trailer as the trailer speaks volumes loud and clear, unless there will be some twists involved. Fred Hampton is set up by close ally and/or friend due to his co-operation with the police who are trying to take Fred down. I don't know the real life story along with countless others, so I'm totally unaware of how the story is meant to have gone but I'm sure it would be great to learn this story directed by Shaka King. I've watched this trailer like 3-4 times now and it just get's more powerful with every watch. I think, the movie being released now would be very poignant to what is happening in society right now and also brings me back to Umbrella Academy Season 2. 1963 and 1969 are only 6 years apart.
Directed by Shaka King and starring Daniel Kaluuya, Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons, Dominique Fishback, Ashton Sanders, Martin Sheen, Algee Smith, Lil Rel Howery, Jermaine Fowler, Darrell Britt-Gibson,