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The trailer for Judas and the Black Messiah follows the rise and fall of Black Panther boss Fred Hampton.



Daniel Kaluuya offers a powerful performance that could make him fall among this season’s Oscar nominees, as shown in the new Judas and the Black Messiah trailer.

Kaluuya (Get Out) depicts Fred Hampton, head of the iconic Black Panther group, betrayed by FBI informant William O’Neal (Lakeith Stanfield), who infiltrated the group as part of the deal.

As he ascends to power in the Black Panther party and is seen as a threat to the US government, he is ready to raise a family with his pregnant fiancée, Deborah Johnson (Dominique Fishback).

Black Messiah: Daniel Kaluuya delivers a powerful performance that could make him fall among this season's Oscar nominees, as shown in the new trailer for Judas and Black Messiah.

Black Messiah: Daniel Kaluuya delivers a powerful performance that could make him fall among this season’s Oscar contenders, as shown in a new trailer for Judas and the Black Messiah.

Judas: Kaluuya (Get Out) depicts Fred Hampton, the iconic Black Panther leader, betrayed by FBI contributor William O'Neal (Lakeith Stanfield), who infiltrated the group as part of the deal.

Judas: Kaluuya (Get Out) depicts Fred Hampton, the iconic Black Panther leader, betrayed by FBI contributor William O’Neal (Lakeith Stanfield), who infiltrated the group as part of the deal.

The example starts with Deborah telling Fred, ‘I want to share something with you’ as she begins reciting the poem Fred.

‘Like most people, I was horrified when I looked at everything you first,’ she started when we saw a picture of Hampton coming to the event in which he gave a powerful speech.

‘When I heard those words, I knew we were loud. I just thought it would be on the road, ‘she continued.

Poem: The example begins with Deborah telling Fred 'I want to share something with you' as she begins reciting the poem Fred.

Poem: The example begins with Deborah telling Fred ‘I want to share something with you’ as she begins reciting the poem Fred.

Speech: 'Like most people, I am scared when I look at everything you are for the first time.' She started when we saw a picture of Hampton coming to the event in which he gave a powerful speech.

Speech: 'Like most people, I am scared when I look at everything you are for the first time.' She started when we saw a picture of Hampton coming to an event where he gave a powerful speech.

Speech: ‘Like most people, I am scared when I look at everything you are for the first time.’ She started when we saw a picture of Hampton coming to an event where he gave a powerful speech.

We also heard FBI Director Edgar Hoover (Martin Sheen) announcing in front of a full-fledged agency that Black Panther. ‘It is the single greatest threat to our national security.

‘Our counterintelligence program must prevent the rise of Black Messiah,’ Hoover added, as FBI Agent Roy Mitchell (Jesse Plemons) watched the crowd.

Mitchell told Neal in the interrogation room he faced 18 months of stolen cars and five years for impersonating a federal agent. ‘Or you can go home’

J. Edgar: We can also hear FBI Director Edgar Hoover (Martin Sheen) announce in front of a crowded group of Black Panthers.  'It is the single greatest threat to our national security.

J. Edgar: We can also hear FBI Director Edgar Hoover (Martin Sheen) announce in front of a crowded group of Black Panthers. ‘It is the single greatest threat to our national security.

Threats: 'Our counterintelligence program must prevent the rise of Black Messiah,' Hoover added as FBI agent Roy Mitchell.  (Jesse Pleemons) Watching the crowd

The threat: ‘Our counterintelligence program must prevent the rise of Black Messiah,’ Hoover added, as FBI agent Roy Mitchell. (Jesse Pleemons) Watching the crowd

Investigation: Mitchell told Neal in the interrogation room he faced 18 months of stolen cars and five years for impersonating federal agents.  'Or you can go home'

Investigation: Mitchell told Neal in the interrogation room he faced 18 months of stolen cars and five years for impersonating federal agents.  'Or you can go home'

Inquiry: Mitchell told Neal in the interrogation room he faced 18 months of stolen cars and five years impersonating a federal agent. ‘Or you can go home’

Neal became Mitchell’s eyes and ears at the Black Panther party, as he said. ‘Get close to the Hampton’

One was seen by Hampton delivering another exciting speech in which he revealed that Black Panther was. ‘The rainbow-colored assembly of oppressed brothers of all colors’ as both blacks and whites responded to his message.

Hear Hampton say ‘America is on fire right now, and until that fire goes out, nothing else means an abomination. Think about what we can accomplish together. We can save the whole city. ‘

Get close: O’Neill becomes Mitchell’s eyes and ears at the Black Panther party, as he says. ‘Get close to the Hampton’

Heal: Hampton heard that  'America is on fire right now and until that fire goes out, nothing else means an abomination.  Think about what we can accomplish together.  We can keep this whole city.

Heal: Hampton heard that ‘America is on fire right now and until that fire goes out, nothing else means an abomination. Think about what we can accomplish together. We can save the whole city. ‘

Neal was found in the interrogation room with Mitchell again, with Neal making it clear that ‘This is not a terrorist’

One of Hampton’s close friends told him, ‘We have mice,’ while Neal was concerned he was exposed, although Mitchell said that. ‘Nobody knows your identity’

Johnson continued to write her poem in the midst of a gun battle with Chicago police, hotly adding: ‘We scream and we yell and we live this song / but it is a force for people worthy of the ransom.’

Not a Terrorist: Neal is found again in the interrogation room with Mitchell, with Neal making it clear.  'This is not a terrorist'

Not a Terrorist: Neal is found again in the interrogation room with Mitchell, with Neal making it clear.  'This is not a terrorist'

Not a Terrorist: Neal is found again in the interrogation room with Mitchell, with Neal making it clear. ‘This is not a terrorist’

Hampton responded to the poem by telling Johnson, ‘When I dedicate my life to people, I dedicate my life’ seems to know his fate before it happened.

Johnson argues that ‘Get out there and talk about dying from the revolution because you have no other growing up in your body.’

The trailer ends with Hampton telling O’Neal, ‘wherever there is power.’

Life: Hampton responded to the poem by telling Johnson,  'When I dedicate my life to people, I dedicate my life' seems to have known his fate before it happened.

Life: Hampton responded to the poem by telling Johnson, ‘When I dedicate my life to people, I dedicate my life’ seems to know his fate before it happened.

Growing up: Johnson argues that he went there.  'Get out there and talk about dying from the revolution because you have no other growing up in your body.'

Growing up: Johnson argues that he went there. ‘Get out there and talk about revolutionary death because you have no one else growing up in your body.

Hampton was just 21 when he was murdered in December 1969 in a pre-dawn raid at his Chicago apartment, just 25 days before his son, Fred Jr., was born.

Shaka King (Newlyweds, High Maintenance) directed from a script he wrote with Will Berson (Scrubs).

Warner Bros. will launch Judas and the Black Messiah simultaneously in theaters and streaming service HBO Max on February 12.

Death: Hampton was just 21 when he was murdered in December 1969 in a pre-dawn raid at his Chicago apartment, just 25 days before his son Fred Jr. Born

Death: Hampton was only 21 when he was killed in December 1969 in a pre-dawn raid at his Chicago apartment, just 25 days before his son Fred Jr. was born.

Debut: Warner Bros. will launch Judas and the Black Messiah in theaters and streaming service HBO Max simultaneously on February 12.

Debut: Warner Bros. will launch Judas and the Black Messiah simultaneously in theaters and HBO Max streaming service on February 12.


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