Inside the Star-Studded ‘The Harder They Fall’ L.A. Premiere – The Hollywood Reporter

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The Harder They Fall, Netflix’s big-budget Black Western, premiered in Los Angeles on Wednesday night time, bringing out an elite group of stars to have fun the groundbreaking film.

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Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Seal, Tiffany Haddish, Swizz Beatz and Taraji P. Henson have been amongst the company at the occasion, including to an already starry solid of Jonathan Majors and Regina King, director Jeymes Samuel and producers Jay-Z and James Lassiter.

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“I feel it should increase the style in a gorgeous means as a result of it continues the narrative, it fills in the narrative,” Majors advised The Hollywood Reporter of the film, which follows two gangs of Black outlaws capturing it out in the Old West. “It’s an modification to this rule of what a Western is. It makes it extra full and extra ripe and extra human.”

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Majors, who stated he felt “so pulled to be chargeable for telling the story” after studying the script and “wished to take care of” his character, Nat Love, skilled alongside his co-stars by going to “cowboy camp,” the place the solid discovered to trip horses and shoot weapons.

“It was nice and actually taught us the tradition of what it was to be a cowboy and a cowgirl, an outlaw,” Majors stated. “The persistence that it takes, the quantity of aggression it takes, the stability and all of that. It was superior.”

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Jeymes Samuel and Jonathan Majors
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Co-star Deon Cole remembered going to 7-11 after the coaching “to go get a Slurpee and there’d be gun residue on my fingers.”

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Cole added that after “displaying us in a interval piece, hopefully it’s a movie that sparks the minds of others to jot down us in numerous lights. We could be archeologists, we could be astronauts, we could be all types of various issues. Hopefully, this helps spark the minds of lots of people who’re in the energy to make adjustments.”

After the screening, held at the Shrine in downtown L.A., an afterparty for the ages went late into the night time. Beyoncé stored a low profile at a personal sales space, chatting with Kelly Rowland and Keys whereas writer-director Samuel (aka The Bullitts) emceed a 90-minute jam session on the get together stage.

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Jeymes Samuel and Seal
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He introduced up his brother Seal, who sang and danced with him, and Haddish did an all-out efficiency of “Proud Mary” as Jay-Z laughed and cheered from the aspect. Eventually, Samuel satisfied Jay-Z (a longtime buddy and collaborator) to affix them onstage, the place he carried out tracks from a few of his early albums in addition to a tune from the film. Seal additionally sang “Kiss From a Rose” after some encouragement from Jay-Z, and Swizz Beats joined the group onstage for a few numbers. Jesse Williams, Lil Rel Howery and Logan Browning have been additionally in attendance. Netflix boss Ted Sarandos didn’t make an look.

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The Harder They Fall begins streaming on Netflix on Nov. 3.

Scott Feinberg contributed to this report.

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