+ During Britain’s Black Lives Matter rallies in June, John Boyega wrote his name in the history of racial justice.
+ Here, in his first interview since finishing Star Wars and that unguarded address from a Hyde Park stage, the October cover star explains how both platforms inspired him to make a stand, but for very different reasons.
+ John Boyega on Black Lives Matter, his first protest and life after Star Wars.
Thank you, John 🖤— British GQ (@BritishGQ) September 2, 2020
Full interview here: https://t.co/klRRrK5wR8
I feel this so much... love KMT but def feel like the writers have no idea how to write PoC characters. I’m Viet, didn’t find rose relatable at all 🤷🏻♀️. Need more PoC in the writer’s room pic.twitter.com/Sbh1wELDVX— Thuy Ong 🥞🍑 (@ThuyOng) September 2, 2020
This John Boyega GQ profile is a must read for many reasons, including how he talks about the way he was dissuaded from certain red carpet styles during the first Star Wars press tour https://t.co/TcM5Neif5V pic.twitter.com/9dY5hBUDaG— Emma Fraser (@frazbelina) September 2, 2020
"Everybody needs to leave my boy alone. He wasn't even supposed to come back and try to save your shit".— Okiro (@TheFirstOkiro) September 2, 2020
John Boyega's feelings on JJ Abrams coming back with TROS really hits home how deep their friendship is and how much JJ tried to with Episode IX pic.twitter.com/SUeDgfpnXh
john boyega deserved so much better im so sad pic.twitter.com/r01hUXEgSj— nim ♡ (@scriptedspidey) September 2, 2020
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