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Just Mercy (2019) Poster

(2019)

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In a November 21, 2018, interview with Michael B. Jordan on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," Jordan said that Just Mercy was the first movie he had made with an Inclusion Rider. He said, "it looked and felt like a set that I've always wanted to have."
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The roadblock scene was not intended to be a night scene. The film crew was delayed for almost 4 hours due to storms and it pushed the filming back to nighttime.
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Based on the book "Just Mercy" by Bryan Stevenson.
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Monroeville boasts that it was the hometown of Harper Lee and inspiration for the fictional town in To Kill a Mockingbird. In that book, the sheriff's name is Heck Tate. In Monroeville, it is Tom Tate.
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Some scenes were filmed in Montgomery, Alabama, during mid-2018.
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This is Brie Larson and Destin Daniel Creston's third collaboration together after The Glass Castle (2017) and Short Term 12 (2013).
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This film marks the third collaboration between Tim Blake Nelson and Brie Larson. They previously starred in Hoot (2006) and Don Jon (2013).
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Several cast members have appeared in film or television projects based on Marvel Comics. Michael B. Jordan appeared in both Fantastic Four and Black Panther. Brie Larson appeared in Captain Marvel. Jamie Foxx appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Rob Morgan appeared on Daredevil.
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The original 60 Minutes: Woody Allen/Johnny D/Hard Choices (1992) show, seen reenacted here, was first broadcast on 22nd November 1992 with the header: Woody Allen/Johnny D/Hard Choices.
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