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Barack Obama Reflects On John Singleton’s Groundbreaking Career: “He Opened Doors For Filmmakers of Color To Tell Powerful Stories That Have Been Too Often Ignored”

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In the wake of the untimely death of legendary film director John Singleton, Forever President Barack Obama reflected on Singleton’s career and classic works, as he highlighted the director’s groundbreaking efforts in Hollywood.  Obama took to Twitter on Tuesday to express his condolences and praise Singleton for his representation of …

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Legendary Director John Singleton, Dies at 51

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Legendary film director, John Singleton, has passed away at the age of 51, succumbing to complications of a stroke. At the time of his death, Singleton had been hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for 12 days and had suffered a stroke and coma while in the ICU. …

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John Singleton Hospitalized After Mild Stroke

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Legendary director and screenwriter, John Singleton is in the hospital after suffering from a stroke. Singleton reportedly checked himself into a medical facility earlier this week after experiencing weakness in one of his legs. According to family members, John flew back from Costa Rica, and the flight may have triggered …

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John Singleton Reminisces About Flirting With Janet Jackson, Dissing Tupac’s Rhymes And Reveals The Origin Of The “AIDS Test” Rumor While Filming ‘Poetic Justice’

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John Singleton in the ’90s is who Ryan Coogler is becoming for this generation. Singleton is responsible for some of the greatest urban culture classics of all time like “Boyz N The Hood,” “Higher Learning,” “Baby Boy,” “Four Brothers” and more. He also became the first African American and youngest …

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