Daniel Kaluuya

Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares: ‘Gentrification is hard to dramatise’

By Rogan Graham

Old pals and creative collaborators Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares team up to present their vision of a near future where London's last social housing estate stands up against the oppressive regime.

The Kitchen review – vindicating and explosive

By Rogan Graham

Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares' feature debut is a kinetic, prescient thriller about gentrification and isolation in a near-future version of London.

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How wholesome songs become horrifying through cinema

By Henry Boon

The Purple People Eater is the latest in a host of seemingly innocuous tunes that have their association forever changed through horror films.

Daniel Kaluuya will turn writer/producer for dystopian London thriller The Kitchen

By Charles Bramesco

The upcoming Netflix film takes place in the brutal, heavily stratified society of 2044.

Why shouldn’t Black British actors play Americans?

By Silva Chege

Criticism of Daniel Kaluuya’s role in Judas and the Black Messiah only serves to divide the diaspora.

LaKeith Stanfield: ‘There’s a big fear about people of colour being in power’

By Leila Latif

The actor discusses the ambiguity of his role in Judas and the Black Messiah while espousing peace, love and connectivity.

Judas and the Black Messiah

By Leila Latif

Commanding performances from LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya power this electrifying Black Panther drama.

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Young lovers go on the run in the Queen & Slim trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya play the black Bonnie and Clyde in the upcoming drama.

Daniel Kaluuya may star in a different sort of Black Panther film

By Charles Bramesco

The Get Out star is in talks to play civil rights martyr Fred Hampton in a new drama.

Widows – first look review

By Hannah Strong

Steve McQueen turns his formidable filmmaking talent to the heist genre with impressive and passionate results.

Steve McQueen’s Widows to open the 2018 BFI London Film Festival

By Hannah Strong

The festival’s 62nd edition kicks off with the international premiere of the British director’s fourth feature.

Black Panther

By Hannah Strong

Creed wunderkind Ryan Coogler takes the reigns to deliver Marvel’s best origin story since Iron Man.

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Made in Black America: Why Black Panther is more than a comic book movie

By Callum Costello

Marvel’s latest represents the culmination of years of reinvention in black filmmaking.

Get Out features a different kind of horror protagonist

By Victoria Luxford

The plight of Daniel Kaluuya’s lead character has its roots in a very real everyday struggle.

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