THE WOMAN KING – Official Trailer (HD)



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The Woman King is the remarkable story of the Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 1800s with skills and a fierceness unlike anything the world has ever seen. Inspired by true events, The Woman King follows the emotionally epic journey of General Nanisca (Oscar®-winner Viola Davis) as she trains the next generation of recruits and readies them for battle against an enemy determined to destroy their way of life. Some things are worth fighting for…

Directed by: Gina Prince-Bythewood

Story by: Maria Bello

Screenplay by: Dana Stevens and Gina Prince-Bythewood

Produced by:
Cathy Schulman
Viola Davis
Julius Tennon
Maria Bello

Executive Producer: Peter McAleese

Cast:
Viola Davis
Thuso Mbedu
Lashana Lynch
Sheila Atim
Hero Fiennes Tiffin
and John Boyega

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47 comments

  1. Most war movies are based on fiction more then actual facts they push propaganda and they have to blame somebody anybody as the bad guy to convince the masses maybe that’s what’s sells today bs films

  2. You know I am reading all these post about how this black female warriors were terrible to their own ppl and how they sold them into slavery. I mean u ppl literally looked up the history and the majority of u r white…now tell me this where is your post abt how bad ur ppl were to Africans and how badly they treated my ppl and how they sold us into slavery. You know the history abt this female warrior clan but ignore the savageness of your own

  3. Its just amazing these Dwight people commenting regarding the history of the Dahomey people. How many movies they gave the world for example the Romans an extremely wicked people who killed Jesus who the Christian said is the SON of GOD> Only a wicked nation would be chosen for destiny to kill the CHRIST and the other atrocities of the Roman Empire. Yet they open their fish lips about the Dahomey.

  4. Y’all are so bothered in these comments and it shows. Y’all never have this same energy for European films and their historical accuracies or the black faces painted white in American films or even the black faces obliterated from movies altogether. So SAVE it and enjoy the movie. Anything to make what YALL did less barbaric. It’s a movie!!!!! Have this same energy for the movie “Troy”, “Scorpion King” or countless others that were not historically correct.

  5. Black American trying to act like us African as usual…can’t wait for them to go back to their millions dollar mansion and act like they live like us and love our African cultures x)

  6. This was Queen Nzinga… When the men were too afraid, the women took up arms… I’m proud of this but extremely saddened too. A voice in me keeps asking, “When will the men stop begging and rise up?”

  7. This is based off the Slave Kingdom of Dahomey. Please look up it's history and know that this movie is just a ruse to try to paint a postive narrative against Imperialism white covering Dahomey's hand in the help of the slave trade.

  8. Lmao at first I laughed then I read the comments to see the barbarians they're trying to push as good guys made me rofl. Is Sony the great value of wannabe superhero movies?

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