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‘Watchmen’ star Regina King on race, dating and her directorial debut

November 7, 2019   No Comment   Interviews, News & Articles

Do clothes make the superwoman? “Watchmen” star Regina King, for one, knows she looks best in pieces that put her at ease. Reclining on a couch in a Manhattan photo studio, the Oscar-winning actress is rocking a hooded black sweatsuit and a bandana, her gorgeous hazel eyes rimmed with dramatic liner from the Alexa shoot. “I’m a suit person, […]

Regina King Reads ‘Let’s Meet Again in Five Years’

November 1, 2019   No Comment   News & Articles

In love with her college boyfriend but worried that they were too young for lifelong love, Karen Kaplan came up with a plan: They would break up but agree to meet again 60 months later to see if they were still both single and interested. On this week’s Modern Love podcast, Regina King reads Ms. […]

How Regina King Found—and Became—Inspiration

November 1, 2019   No Comment   Appearances, News & Articles

Regina King is 48 years old, and she’s just hitting her stride. She’s an actual superhero on HBO’s new series Watchmen, she just won an Oscar for If Beale Street Could Talk, and she signed a first-look deal with Netflix this year via her production company Royal Ties. And through it all, she remains pretty much universally beloved. In […]

‘Watchmen’ Star Regina King on Bringing a “Wonderful Story of Legacy” to Life

The Hollywood Reporter speaks with the face of HBO’s powerful new franchise: “Legacy is one of those words you hear all the time in comic books, and it plays here as well.” It’s October 2, 2019. Regina King sits in a hotel room in New York City. Across from the award-winning actress is a poster […]

‘Watchmen’ gives Regina King her first superhero role — and takes a bold look at race relations in 2019

Who watches the Watchmen? Not Regina King. At least not initially. When the Academy Award-winning actress agreed to join HBO’s new “Watchmen” series, she had not seen the 2009 film of the same name directed by Zack Snyder. She also hadn’t read the ’80s DC Comics tale by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, widely considered […]