The wait is over! Last October, it was introduced that Ava Duvernay was teaming up with Colin Kaepernick to provide a restricted Netflix sequence about his life, named “Colin in Black & White.” Fans have been ready in anticipation of a launch date, and the time is right here. Today Netflix lastly dropped the official trailer, and the present appears to be like lit. Announced through Netflix’s Strong Black Lead Twitter account, the sluggish will drop on October twenty ninth.
According to Deadline actor, Jaden Michael will star as a younger Colin. If you’re not acquainted with the actor, he has a formidable resume to this point. Jaden has starred within the films “Wonderstruck,” “Vampires Vs. The Bronx,” and Netflix unique “The Get Down.” He has large sneakers to fill as he portrays a younger Colin navigating life in Turlock, CA. The present will emphasize Colin’s influences and circumstances that helped develop his woke conscience.
In addition, it should present his life as a younger Black man who was adopted by a white household and his development as a soccer participant. Colin appears to be very hands-on along with his involvement within the sequence. He is listed as an government producer and director Ava Duvernay, who directed the Emmy-nominated Netflix sequence, “When They See Us,” and Michael Starrbury, a author for the sequence.
The former NFL baller shared the excellent news about his sequence on Instagram, the place he obtained lots of love. He additionally reposted Jaden‘s Instagram put up the place he captioned the put up, “y’all better be ready for Jaden Michael he puts on a show.” The Roommates gave Colin his flowers as effectively. One commented, “No longer a 40 million dollar slave, he saving lives and bringing awareness. Yessir!!” Another commented, “Hate that he not in the NFL no mo, but I’m glad he’s doing better things.”
Roomies, will yall be tuning in subsequent month to the present?
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