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Raised in a poverty-stricken slum, a 16-year-old girl named Starr now attends a suburban prep school. After she witnesses a police officer shoot her unarmed best friend, she’s torn between her two very different worlds as she tries to speak her truth.

Characters : Starr Carter

Actor : Amandla Stenberg

Characters : Seven Carter

Actor : Lamar Johnson

Characters : Lisa Carter

Actor : Regina Hall

Characters : Maverick Carter

Actor : Russell Hornsby

Characters : King

Actor : Anthony Mackie

Characters : Carlos

Actor : Common

Characters : Sekani Carter

Actor : TJ Wright

Characters : April Ofrah

Actor : Issa Rae

Characters : Khalil Harris

Actor : Algee Smith

Characters : Chris Bryant

Actor : K.J. Apa

Characters : Hailey Grant

Actor : Sabrina Carpenter

Characters : Kenya

Actor : Dominique Fishback

Characters : Maya Yang

Actor : Megan Lawless

Characters : Mr. Lewis

Actor : Tony Vaughn

Characters : Detective Gomez

Actor : Susan Santiago

Characters : Denaisa Allen

Actor : Rayven Symone Ferrell

Characters : Brian MacIntosh

Actor : Drew Starkey

Characters : Iesha Robinson

Actor : Karan Kendrick

Characters : Mr. Reuben

Actor : Al Mitchell

Characters : Bianca

Actor : Iyana Halley

Characters : Diane Carey

Actor : Tanya Christiansen

Characters : Brenda Harris

Actor : Andrene Ward-Hammond

Characters : Natasha

Actor : Heaven Hightower

Characters : DA Monroe

Actor : Dustin Lewis

Characters : Chance

Actor : Myles Evans

Characters : Ms. Rosalie

Actor : Rhonda Johnson Dents

Characters : Wilkes

Actor : Brian Lafontaine

Characters : Tammy

Actor : Marcia Wright

Characters : Young Starr Carter

Actor : Kai N. Ture

Characters : Young Seven Carter

Actor : Hassan Welch

Characters : Young Khalil Harris

Actor : Maxwell Cardona

Name : George Tillman, Jr.

As Directing / Director

Name : Audrey Wells

As Writing / Screenplay

Name : Angie Thomas

As Writing / Novel

Name : Robert Teitel

As Production / Producer

Name : George Tillman, Jr.

The Hate U Give

IN THEATERS OCTOBER 19, 2018

The Hate U Give

Starr Carter is constantly switching between two worlds: the poor, mostly black, neighborhood where she lives and the rich, mostly white, prep school she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is shattered when Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Now, facing pressures from all sides of the community, Starr must find her voice and stand up for what’s right. THE HATE U GIVE is based on the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller by Angie Thomas and stars Amandla Stenberg as Starr, with Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, Issa Rae, KJ Apa, Algee Smith, Sabrina Carpenter, Common and Anthony Mackie.

Directed by

George Tillman, Jr.

Screenplay by

Based upon the novel by

Produced by

Robert Teitel, p.g.a.

George Tillman, Jr., p.g.a.

Marty Bowen, p.g.a.

Wyck Godfrey, p.g.a.

Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, KJ Apa, Algee Smith, Lamar Johnson, Issa Rae, Sabrina Carpenter, with Common and Anthony Mackie

The Hate U Give: First look at Black Lives Matter-inspired YA film debuts

The Hate U Give

Meet the Carters, the family at the center of Angie Thomas’ searing and topical YA novel, The Hate U Give. The story, inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, is coming to life on the big screen as the first photos of the assembled cast emerge at the start of production in Atlanta.

“No lie – I got teary-eyed when I saw this,” Thomas tweeted.

Shooting began Tuesday with Amandla Stenberg (The Hunger Games) playing the lead role of Starr, a 16-year-old girl who’s from a low-income neighborhood but attends an elite prep school in the suburbs, only to be torn between two worlds when she witnesses her unarmed friend shot to death by a police officer. “We’ve been in [the] process of the film adaptation of The Hate U Give for over a year now and the first day of filming is TOMORROW,” Stenberg wrote on Instagram Monday. “I’m so endlessly grateful for Angie’s blessing & her continuous love and support.”

Russell Hornsby and Regina Hall play Starr’s parents, while Lamar Johnson plays her brother, Seven. Fox 2000 also announced new additions Anthony Mackie as local drug dealer King and Kian Lawley as Starr’s boyfriend, Chris. They join Algee Smith, Common, Issa Rae, and Sabrina Carpenter in the film, directed by George Tillman Jr. (The Longest Ride).

No lie – I got teary-eyed when I saw this. Meet the Carter family ��@TheHateUGive #theHateUGive pic.twitter.com/hYzgEFDMnl

— Angie Thomas (@angiecthomas) September 12, 2017

“You’ve got this. I support you 1000 percent,” Thomas tweeted of Stenberg, who’s seen embracing her fellow cast mates in the photos.

(A) Starr is born! Filming begins TODAY on @TheHateUGive. @amandlastenberg, shine bright! You’ve got this. I support you 1000% #TheHateUGive pic.twitter.com/Q4FqQ9LCra

— Angie Thomas (@angiecthomas) September 12, 2017

Throwback to the other night when I got to hang out with two of the producers and some of the Carters haha #TheHateUGive @TheHateUGive pic.twitter.com/ojh67KxzNG

— Angie Thomas (@angiecthomas) September 12, 2017

Audrey Wells (Under the Tuscan Sun) penned the script, while Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey’s Temple Hill and Tillman’s State Street are on board to produce.

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The Hate U Give Movie Trailer

You may watch below the first official trailer of The Hate U Give, the upcoming crime drama movie directed by George Tillman, Jr. from a script by Audrey Wells based on the novel of the same name by Angie Thomas and starring Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, KJ Apa, Algee Smith, Lamar Johnson, Issa Rae, Sabrina Carpenter, with Common and Anthony Mackie:

Find your voice, change the world!

A few pictures from the film:

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And a teaser poster:

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What happened to that young man is sad… That said, when dealing with cops just do what they say for God’s sake! Being a police officer is a high risk job can’t blame them for taking no risk, you’d probably be jittery too if you were a cop… Want things to get better? Well, show real support for gun control, that’d be a good start. Get guns off the streets and cops will be less likely to use lethal force on a whim.

The release date of the movie is set to October 19, 2018 (in theaters).

Stay tuned with us for more details.
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The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give
Genre: Crime/Drama
Directed by: George Tillman Jr.
Starring: Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, KJ Apa, Algee Smith, Lamar Johnson, Issa Rae, Sabrina Carpenter, Common, Anthony Mackie


Release Date: October 19, 2018

Watch the official movie trailer of The Hate U Give below:

THE HATE U GIVE has a hell of a cast

Published at: July 3, 2018, 8:35 a.m. CST by Precious Roy

Hey folks, here’s the trailer for THE HATE U GIVE, from the YA novel written by Angie Thomas!

THE HATE U GIVE was adapted into a screenplay by Audrey Wells (A DOG’S PURPOSE), directed by George Tillman Jr. (NOTORIOUS), and stars Amandla Stenberg (EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING), Algee Smith (DETROIT), Regina Hall (the SCARY MOVIE films), Russell Hornsby (FENCES), Common (JOHN WICK CHAPTER 2), Anthony Mackie (AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR), and K.J. Apa (“Riverdale”).

Starr is a young woman straddling two worlds: the black community she lives in, and Williamson, the private school her parents send her to. She has a boyfriend, Chris, and is compartmentalized her identity at Williamson and the real Starr. When her first love Khalil comes back to town, the two are out driving when the police pull them over. Khalil does something foolish and is shot to death, leaving Starr to reconcile these two worlds as one.

It’s interesting but unfortunate to note that K.J. Apa, a top actor with the lead role on a t.v. show, was a fill-in replacement in the supporting role of Chris, Starr’s boyfriend, for another actor, who was fired from the film this past February when videos of him using racial epithets surfaced.

This might just be Amandla Stenberg’s year to break big, between this and THE DARKEST MINDS. I’m thrilled to see Regina King is also in this. but of all the talent in this film, I have a feeling this is going to make a career for Algee Smith. His Khalil seems sweet and reckless, like Jeff Buckley diving into the Mississippi; for those who do see this film, I have a feeling he’s going to be a hard character to let go.

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20th Century Fox yesterday released the first trailer for the movie The Hate U Give, which is the screen adaptation of Angie Thomas’ novel. The film will star Amanda Stenberg, who will play a high school student, who unhappily witnesses the death of one of his best friends, played by Anglee Smith, who is black and is killed by a white policeman.

The death of his friend happens in a ridiculously stupid way, his friend is driving the car and Amandla, who will play Starr Carter, is accompanying him in the seat in front of the car, but during a traffic stop, the young man has To get off the car, take a hairbrush as a joke and at this moment the officer opens fire.

Starr is obviously devastated, and her life changes completely and she tries to fight to balance her life in a predominately white prep school. Issa Rae, Regina Hall, Common and KJ Apa are also in the cast of the film.

Remembering that the Angie Thomas novel, which influenced this film, was influenced by the death of Oscar Grant, who was shot on New Year’s Day by a police officer in 2009.

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Genre: Drama

Country: USA

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Release: 2018

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Amandla Stenberg on ‘The Hate U Give,’ Beyonce, and Hollywood Diversity

As one of the only biracial young actresses on studio short lists, Amandla Stenberg feels the pressure to do the right thing. When Marvel came knocking for “Black Panther” a few years ago, Stenberg agreed to an audition. But she eventually chose not to pursue the role of Shuri, because she believed a darker-skinned actress should play the breakout part that went to Letitia Wright.

“That was not a space that I should have taken up,” says Stenberg, who is 19. “And it was so exhilarating to see it fulfilled by people who should have been a part of it and who deserved it and who were right for it. I just wasn’t.”

Stenberg knows something about big-screen blockbusters. At 14, she portrayed the fan-favorite Rue in “The Hunger Games.” “It was all a dream come true,” she says.

“As a kid, it was my favorite book.” She recently saw co-star Jennifer Lawrence at a breakfast event. “She said, ‘Oh, my God, you have boobs!’” Stenberg recalls with a laugh.

“And I said, ‘Yeah, I’ve gone through puberty since I last saw you.’ We don’t stay in touch necessarily in the way we used to. But she will definitely always remain as a big-sister figure to me, just because she was so endlessly sweet to me when I was a kid and made me feel comfortable in a space that was intimidating.”

Diverse and nuanced representation on-screen is what guides Stenberg’s business decisions. She signed up for the teen thriller “The Darkest Minds,” which is currently in theaters, because she thought it was important to have a new take on the young-adult dystopian genre. “The character was written white,” she says. “It was exciting for me to have a black girl at the helm, because we’ve seen these with Jennifer Lawrence and Shailene Woodley, and they’ve done a fantastic job. But we’ve never gotten diverse representation.”

Her memories of working on movie sets are generally positive, even though she concedes she has experienced moments of racism and sexism in the industry. “I can speak to certain events, but I don’t necessarily want to,” she says.

Stenberg is hopeful about the change she’s witnessing with the industry’s recent wave of inclusive storytelling — from “Black Panther” to “Crazy Rich Asians,” both box office successes. “As a kid, it was nearly impossible for me to find roles that felt empowered, that were not victim roles, that were fully dimensional, that didn’t serve any white male plotline,” she says. “So I worked less because I had no interest in doing something that would force me to compromise my own power or just make myself subservient to something I didn’t necessarily mesh with.”

She’s motivated to work on projects that open more doors for women of color. She talks about how the media often lumps her in with two other biracial actresses, Yara Shahidi (“Grown-ish”) and Zendaya (“Spider-Man: Homecoming”). “Something interesting has happened with me and Yara and Zendaya — there is a level of accessibility of being biracial that has afforded us attention in a way that I don’t think would have been afforded to us otherwise,” Stenberg says. “Me and Yara and Zendaya are perceived in the same way, I guess, because we are lighter-skinned black girls and we fill this interesting place of being accessible to Hollywood and accessible to white people in a way that darker-skinned girls are not afforded the same privilege.”

Her latest project speaks to the times that we live in. She’s the lead in the Fox 2000 drama “The Hate U Give,” based on the 2017 best-seller about Black Lives Matter. Stenberg was a junior in high school when she was cast as Starr Carter, the ambitious heroine who witnesses a case of police brutality. As the film progresses, Starr must decide if it’s worth sacrificing her family’s safety to speak the truth and commit her life to activism. “The Hate U Give,” which premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival before opening in theaters on Oct. 19, is a breakthrough character-driven vehicle, sure to elevate Stenberg’s standing in Hollywood. “It’s portraying a really rich and deep black contemporary experience,” she says.

As soon as she received the unpublished manuscript for the novel, Stenberg was sold on the role. Like Starr, she grew up in a black community — what she describes as lower-income neighborhood of South Los Angeles — and traveled an hour and a half across town to attend a wealthy, predominantly white private school in West L.A. Stenberg says she felt as though the part was written for her and wondered if the book’s author, Angie Thomas, somehow knew about her life. As it turns out, Thomas had written the novel with Stenberg in mind.

The actress worked closely with screenwriter Audrey Wells to infuse more of herself in the character. “I would go to sessions with Audrey in order to provide my experience as a black girl because Audrey is white,” Stenberg says. “Anything that struck me as inauthentic or not accurate to me and Starr’s experience, I would communicate it. From early on, the nature of the project was collaborative. I didn’t feel like I was just fulfilling the role of an actor. I felt like I was doing a lot more.”

Director George Tillman Jr. noticed that Stenberg innately inhabited the character. “She’s not afraid to stand up for what she believes in and live the way she wants to live,” he says. “A lot of young people are doing that now. She’s in the middle of this movement.”

“The most powerful thing you can do is be yourself and express joy and incite joy in others, so I feel more compelled than ever to do that.”

The studio was also interested in Stenberg for “The Hate U Give” because of her activism. In 2015, she made headlines when she posted a high-school project on Tumblr — a video titled “Don’t Cash Crop My Cornrows.” She took issue with white celebrities like Kylie Jenner for appropriating black culture without using their platform to shed a light on real-world problems such as police brutality.

But she resents the notion that she’s putting herself in a box. “I think the media placed a certain label on me,” Stenberg says. “It was around the time the word ‘woke’ started being used a lot, and I think the media jumped to placing this label or image on me of being this young woke activist. Sometimes people act like it’s a self-titled label that I gave to myself, but it’s not. I’m only one person and don’t want to claim to be any sort of savior or representation of all of black womanhood, which I think the white media has a tendency to oversimplify, when it’s really a complicated experience.”

Stenberg’s first name means “power” in Zulu. In grade school, she appeared in dozens of commercials and in productions of “Grease” and “Fiddler on the Roof.” At 12, she delivered a speech with Cicely Tyson at the 2011 dedication ceremony of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. Her assured voice caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey, who invited Stenberg to speak at her SuperSoul Sessions in 2016. The year before, the Ms. Foundation for Women named her a Feminist Celebrity of the Year.

“We grew up underneath Obama, and that afforded us the ability to approach the world with so much optimism, and I think that optimism is what fueled me being vocal about so many things that I cared about at first,” Stenberg says. “And then, after Trump was elected, I went through a period of disillusionment where I felt powerless and I didn’t understand how I could continue to use my platform under this current administration. Now, I’m realizing that the most powerful thing you can do is be yourself and express joy and incite joy in others, so I feel more compelled than ever to do that.”

Stenberg has her eyes on writing, directing and even a music career — she plays violin, guitar and drums. She popped up in Beyoncé’s 2016 “Lemonade” visual album. Queen Bey was the first artist she saw perform in concert, when she was 6. “It made me feel like nothing else had before,” she says. “It made me feel like I can do that. I can be that confident, razor-sharp, talented, efficient, loving and profound all at once.”

Did they stay in touch? “Beyoncé and I never had a personal correspondence,” she says. “Like, I don’t text Beyoncé.” But she is close to another member of the family: “Me and Solange text. Auntie Solo! She’s the best.”

Stenberg isn’t one to shy away from her true self. Three years ago, she came out as bisexual. This summer, in an interview with her girlfriend, the singer-songwriter King Princess, she identified as gay. “I wanted to be transparent about who I was and stand with pride and hopefully, through that, make other people feel proud of their identities,” she says. “There was definitely a little bit of nerves, but I’m lucky to grow up in an environment where I don’t have to feel repercussions for being myself and I can feel comfortable exploring and finding my truth. I wasn’t afraid because I had a lot of support around me.”

When she was younger, she cited Leonardo DiCaprio as her favorite heartthrob. “I think that might have shifted,” she says. “That was my movie crush. I have many girl crushes because I’m gay.”

Stenberg is a staunch supporter of the Time’s Up movement, and she marvels at the sisterhood that has blossomed across the Hollywood community over the past year. She recently lobbied her agents, successfully demanding that the projects that she signs on to are supported by 50/50 by 2020. That’s the idea that within two years, 50% of crew members on sets will be female and nonwhite.

“I’ve been acting since I was a very little kid, so I have been aware of how the industry works,” Stenberg says. “We’re at a turning point, but we have by no means fixed the misogyny of Hollywood or white patriarchy. But in terms of how we diversify our sets and diversify our on-screen narratives, I definitely think it’s a great time of change.”

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