'Justice issue' trailer: Michael B. Jordan tries to save Jamie Foxx from the death penalty

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Michael B. Jordan He is one of Hollywood's most sought-after actors, but that does not prevent him from developing a very varied career with titles such as 'Fruitvale Station', 'Black Panther' or the 'Creed' franchise. Now he becomes a lawyer for 'Question of justice', from which we bring here his trailer.

Based on a true story, 'Justice Issue' tells the story of defense attorney Bryan Stevenson, who recalls the details of the Walter McMillian case, interpreted for the occasion by Jamie Foxx. The latter was sentenced to death – first he received life imprisonment, but the judge altered it in a most controversial decision – for a murder he had not committed.

'Question of justice' takes as reference the book written by Stevenson himself on what happened at the time. The adaptation has been carried out by Andrem Lanham and Destin Daniel Cretton, who also deals with the staging. After surprising us with 'The Lives of Grace', he failed to live up to 'The Crystal Castle', but hopefully he will show his face more inspired by the film at hand.

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Spanish trailer, poster and release date

Cretton collaborated on both titles with Brie Larson, who also has a secondary role in 'Justice issue'. The participation of Tim Blake Nelson, whom we can currently see on the television 'Watchmen'.

The premiere in Spain of 'Question of justice' will take place on January 24 2020, although its arrival in Spanish cinemas will take place almost a month earlier, specifically on December 25.

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