John Boyega's New Movies

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens0%Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

Storyline:More than three decades after "Star Wars 6 - The Return of the Jedi Knights", the Empire has been replaced by the "First Order", another dictatorial organization with a different name that wages war against resistance. At first, Rey (Daisy Ridley) does not know much about big politics on the desert planet Jakku. The young woman spends her days scouring the barren landscape for scrap, which she then sells. She is alone, waiting for her family - until she meets Finn (John Boyega), a former stormtrooper who was deterred by First Order atrocities. He made a desertion following a particularly brutal invasion, and at the same time helped with the resistance through the liberation of captured pilot Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac). Finn, Poe and, with them, Rey also target the sinister Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), who serves the powerful line-pull Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) and wants to complete the mission that Darth Vader once began. An escape takes its course that brings the hero trio into the middle of the battle between First Order and Resistance, side by side with the legendary rebel heroes Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and General Leia (Carrie Fisher) ...


Storyline:Detroit, 1967: The black population has been suffering from discrimination and social injustice for many years. On a hot summer's day, the conflict finally escalates and street battles break out - a whole five days of rioting continues when soldiers enter the city in support of the security forces. In the midst of this confusing event, one evening, shots are reported from the predominantly black-inhabited Algiers Motel, which is then stormed by police and military. A guest dies, and subsequent investigations quickly escalate as police begin under the leadership of stripper Philip Krauss (Will Poulter), guests including singer Larry (Algee Smith), whose best friend Fred (Jacob Latimore) and security guard Melvin Dismukes ( John Boyega) to put pressure on him in interrogation with brutal means ...