Complex News’ Speedy Morman sat down with stars of the new movie LaKeith Stanfield and Lil Rel after a special screening of their new film, “The Photograph”. They talked about the themes of the movie, what LaKeith is looking for in the perfect Joker script and Lil Rel’s game plan for the NBA Celebrity All-Star game in Chicago.
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17 thoughts on “Lakeith Stanfield On Playing The Joker, Lil Rel On Soulmates & The Photograph With Issa Rae”
Lakeith with the DRIP per usual.👌🏾💎
How people don’t want a guy like lakeith play a bleached or powdered face like joker because he’s black underneath?
What the hell are you actually saying???
Lakeith Stanfield thinks that being vague is cool. Not!
LaKeith is genius, period
No way, no how. I have been a fan for 40 years and if they go the woke, affirmative action route to casting the greatest villain of all time…. fuck that. Why not create another character instead of shitting on everything guys like me grew up on. I can't wait until I am dead and gone from this bullshit.
Lakeith is good in uncut gems… but I would still rather see Joaquin's joker added to Pattinson's batman… if anyone earned it its definitely
LaKeith in those silk Prince pajamas. Yaaass sir I am here for it. This man's frequency I'm all for it.
Rell shoulda stayed away from that Celeb game.. He is AWFUL!!!!
I'm down for anything Lakeith is in. And he's easy on the eyes too.. I dig his whole vibe.
I love the term black love, I think the creation of the black race as we wore torn from the root from our connection to our African for fathers, the trauma sustained from that and how black peoples relationships took on deeper meaning and impotence to grow as a “nation” and redefine our blackness and cope with our traumatic experience still being felt today…”black love” is something very unique to our disposition as a people’s in America
Kept it a buck
Lakeith is such an underrated actor
If anything I’m looking forward to Lakeith’s performance the most
Make another bird box lil rell