The official new trailer for the film “Just Mercy” by Warner Bros. Pictures Starring Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther, Creed, Fantastic 4) and Oscar® winners Jamie Foxx (Ray, Django Unchained), and Brie Larson (Captain Marvel, Room, The Glass Castle) is now out.
Just Mercy an inspiring drama that brings one of the most important stories of our time to the big screen. The film is based on Bryan Stevenson’s bestselling book, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption. “Just Mercy,” produced by Gil Netter (Life of Pi, The Shack, The Blind Side), Asher Goldstein and Michael B. Jordan, and directed by Destin Daniel Cretton, will be in limited release in theatres Christmas Day and opens wide January 10, 2020. View trailer here:
Director: Destin Daniel Cretton
Writers: Destin Daniel Cretton & Andrew Lanham Based on the book by Bryan Stevenson
Producers: Gil Netter, Asher Goldstein, Michael B. Jordan
Executive Producers: Bryan Stevenson, Mike Drake, Niija Kuykendall, Gabriel Hammond, Daniel Hammond, Scott Budnick, Jeff Skoll, Charles D. King
Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, Rob Morgan, Tim Blake Nelson, Rafe Spall, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Karan Kendrick and Brie Larson
About “Just Mercy”:
A powerful and thought-provoking true story, “Just Mercy” follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson (Jordan) and his history-making battle for justice. After graduating from Harvard, Bryan had his pick of lucrative jobs. Instead, he heads to Alabama to defend those wrongly condemned or who were not afforded proper representation, with the support of local advocate Eva Ansley (Larson). One of his first, and most incendiary, cases is that of Walter McMillian (Foxx), who, in 1987, was sentenced to die for the notorious murder of an 18-year-old girl, despite a preponderance of evidence proving his innocence and the fact that the only testimony against him came from a criminal with a motive to lie. In the years that follow, Bryan becomes embroiled in a labyrinth of legal and political manoeuvrings and overt and unabashed racism as he fights for Walter, and others like him, with the odds—and the system—stacked against them.