Welcome to Starring Regina King, your online resource dedicated to the amazing Regina King. Actress and director, you may better remember her for her award winning role in If Beale Street Could Talk. But her career also expands to other acting projects such as Watchmen, The Harder They Fall, The Big Bang Theory, American Crime, The Leftovers, The Gabby Douglas Story, Miss Congeniality 2, Ray and directional ones like One Night in Miami.... This fansite is comprehensive of an extensive photo gallery with events, magazines, screencaptures, an updated press library for articles and written interviews, and a video section for recorded interviews, sneak peeks, trailers. We are absolutely respectful of Regina's privacy and proudly a paparazzi-free site!!!

talk-shows

  • Dated: October 28, 2021   |   Duration: 08:46
    Regina talks about having her hands and feet impressed at the TCL Chinese Theater and bringing her whole family with her, growing up in LA, Halloween being her favorite holiday, giving water to kids instead of candy, her new movie The Harder They Fall, and she tries to peel an apple in one long piece!
  • Dated: March 2, 2021   |   Duration: 09:10
    Regina King shares her experience hosting SNL, explains the timely relevance of her film One Night in Miami and gushes over watching old Golden Girls episodes during quarantine.
  • Dated: January 21, 2021   |   Duration: 05:28
    Regina King visits James Corden to promote "One Night in Miami"
  • Dated: June 3, 2020   |   Duration: 08:32
    Regina King connects online with Jimmy Kimmel to talk her newest projects and Black Lives Matter.
  • Dated: June 12, 2020   |   Duration: 05:04
    Regina King talks about the worldwide protests against police brutality, the relevancy of Watchmen and exposing audiences to historical events like the Tulsa massacre.
  • Dated: June 4, 2020   |   Duration: 09:08
    Regina talks about being inspired to make change after the tragic death of George Floyd, the need for real systemic change in America, getting out to vote in local and national elections, educating herself, ongoing conversations with her 24-year-old son about interacting with law enforcement, her HBO show “Watchmen,” and her character Sister Knight’s mask making her more recognizable during COVID-19.
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