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‘Candyman’ director Nia DaCosta makes historical past


Based on Field Workplace Mojo, the horror movie, a sequel of the 1992 film, revamped $22 million over the weekend.

The film can also be now the second highest-grossing three-day opening for a Black feminine director, led by Ava DuVernay for “A Wrinkle in Time.”

DaCosta co-wrote the film with Jordan Peele and Win Rosenfeld. This model of “Candyman” has all Black leads and addresses racism, chronicling the story of a Black man who was killed for falling in love with a White lady.

DaCosta mentioned in a latest interview with the New York Instances that she welcomed the chance to collaborate with Peele.

“I used to be actually excited as a result of Jordan Peele was co-writer and a producer — no-brainer. So, I felt actually secure within the course of as a result of I am an enormous fan of his.”

Subsequent up for DaCosta is directing “The Marvels,” the comply with to 2019’s “Captain Marvel” for Marvel Studios.

“Candyman” can presently be seen in theaters.

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