Rustin (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Trailer

Rustin (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Trailer

Rustin cast: Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, Glynn Turman. Rustin Release Date: November 17, 2023 (Netflix). Rustin Director: George C. Wolfe. The film was shown as a world premiere the final edition of TIFF which is the Toronto International Film Festival.

Rustin is an American Biography-Drama movie (2023). Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, Glynn Turman are the main cast of Rustin (2023). Bayard Rustin created the historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom and for African American rights. African Americans.

Rustin is inspired by a screenplay created by Dustin Lance Black, already an Oscar winner for Milk way back in 2009. Bayard Rustin is an advocate for African American and homosexual rights and organizer, along and A. Philip Randolph, of the March on Washington for jobs and Freedom.

The film, which is set in 1963, traces the life of the renowned American militant Bayard Rustin who is played by Colman Domingo. The character is a leader in the march in Washington and helps to alter the course of civil rights, and battling with homophobia and racism. “Rustin” offers an unawaited view of the remarkable persona. Rustin’s cast and crew are impressive however, the trailer promises an excellent film that will be released on Netflix on the 17th of November.

Rustin Plot:

Activist Bayard Rustin is confronted by homophobia and racism as he works to change the direction in Civil Rights history by orchestrating the 1963 March on Washington.

Rustin Detail:

Movie: Rustin (2023)
Network: Netflix
Director: George C. Wolfe
Writers: Julian Breece, Dustin Lance Black
Main Stars: Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, Glynn Turman
Genres: Biography, Drama, History
Country: United States
Language: English
Release Date: November 17, 2023 (Netflix)
Runtime: 1 hour 46 minutes
Filming locations: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Also known As: Растін, Rustin Movie, Rustin, Rustin (2023)

Rustin Cast:

Colman Domingo As Bayard Rustin
Aml Ameen As Martin Luther King Jr.
Glynn Turman As A. Philip Randolph
Chris Rock As Roy Wilkins
Gus Halper As Tom
Johnny Ramey As Elias Taylor
CCH Pounder As Dr. Anna Hedgeman
Michael Potts As Cleveland Robinson
Audra McDonald As Ella Baker
Jeffrey Wright As Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
Lilli Kay As Rachelle
Jordan-Amanda Hall As Charlene
Jakeem Powell As Norm Hill
Ayana Workman As Eleanor Holmes
Grantham Coleman As Blyden
Jamilah Rosemond As Dorie Ladner
Jules Latimer As Joyce Ladner
Maxwell Whittington-Cooper As John Lewis
Frank Harts As James Farmer
Kevin Mambo As Whitney Young
Carra Patterson As Coretta Scott King
Da’Vine Joy Randolph As Mahalia Jackson
Adrienne Warren As Claudia Taylor
Bill Irwin As A.J. Muste
Jamar Williams As Tyrone
Hope Clarke As Lucille Randolph
Zuri Starks As Girl One
Delmiko Blair As Man One
Rashad Demond Edwards As Medgar Evers
Gab Cody As Female Staffer
Dan Sauer As Male Staffer Jim
Johanna McGinley As TN Mother
Jeff Hochendoner As TN Officer
Phoenix Southwood As Dexter
Isabela Spurlock As Yolanda
Amir Carr As Martin III
Jeffrey Jordan As Courtney (as Jeffrey Mackenzie Jordan)
Melissa Rakiro As Yvette
Cotter Smith As Chief Wells
Ivan Moore As Bill Johnson
Jimmy Bopp As Engineer One
Michael Alban As March Journalist
Dan De Luca As March Journalist
John Judy As March Journalist
Robert S. Gregory As Union Guy
Scott Deal As TN Bus driver
Drayton Walker As Little Stevie Wonder
Chris Blount As Charles
Ashton Rogers As Pasadena Boy
George Kelly As Pasadena Boy
Rob Pfleghardt As Joachim Prinz (as Robert M. Pfleghardt)
Christopher Anglim As Rev. Eugene Carson Blake
Devin Doolan As Walter Reuther
Marlon Bradley Ray As Floyd McKissick
Gemma Davimes As Team Member
Alexis Evangelista As Team Member
Alexis Hester As Team Member
Mario Latronica-Gerlach As Team Member
Marissa Lily As Team Member
Mia Sterbini As Team Member
Valena Zitello As Team Member
Chelsie Grant As Team Member (as Chelsie M. Grant)
Janet K. Lawrence As Team Member
Corvynne Mikell As Team Member
Jana Glover As Team Member

This is Rustin the audiovisual portrait of Bayard Rustin. The latter, who was an advocate for civil rights, particularly in the 1960s, and 1950s was a tireless fighter to promote non-violence and gay rights. A member of several peace movements. The President of Obama of the United States Barack Obama awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously in 1987 after the activist had passed away in 1987.

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