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Forest Whitaker Has A Dream Of Playing Martin Luther King Jr. In The Movie Memphis!!!

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Run, Forrest, Run!!!!

JK, wrong person wrong context. Couldn't help it! LOLz!!

The Forest with only one R, Forest Whitaker, may have a new part soon…and a pretty revolutionary part at that!!

It’s been rumored that Whitaker may star as Martin Luther King Jr. in a movie that’s long been in the works: Memphis. This movie would be filmed as a faux documentary and would document the last days of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, during which he is:

"depressed about the state of both his marriage and that of war-ravaged and socially-divided America, as well the fear of being marginalized by a new generation of younger black leaders."

WOW. Heavy!!!

But we luurrvvee the idea of Forest Whitaker in the part; he can use his giraffe fight narration skillz to change the hearts and minds of millions!! And it sounds like he’s definitely interested!

Can’t wait until this rumor is confirmed!!

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4 comments to “Forest Whitaker Has A Dream Of Playing Martin Luther King Jr. In The Movie Memphis!!!”

  1. karen says – reply to this


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    Oh, for f**ks sake, MLK was 39yrs old when he died. Whitaker's over 50.

  2. PM2901 says – reply to this


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    Brilliant actor, but WAY too old to play MLK, Jr.



  3. 3

    Forest Whitaker can't talk. Wasn't Martin Luther King famous for inspiring speeches? Forest Whitaker mumbles when he talks. It should be Jeffrey Wright.

  4. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    He is a brilliant actor but wrong for MLK.