Antoine Fuqua, born January 19, 1966, is a film director and producer from the United States. He began his occupation as a music video director sooner than shifting on to work primarily throughout the movement and thriller film subgenres.
Fuqua’s films are continuously discipline office successes; he’s best recognized for his Academy Award-winning film Training Day (2001). Before making his operate film debut in 1998, he directed music films for artists resembling Toni Braxton, Coolio, Stevie Wonder, and Prince.
What Movies Did Antoine Fuqua Direct?
Tears of the Sun (2003), King Arthur (2004), Shooter (2007), Brooklyn’s Finest (2009), Olympus Has Fallen (2013), The Equalizer (2014) and its 2018 sequel, Southpaw (2015), the 2016 remake of The Magnificent Seven, and Infinite (2021) are amongst Antoine Fuqua’s subsequent films.
Antoine Fuqua constantly works with actors resembling Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. He moreover directed the critically acclaimed documentaries American Dream/American Knightmare (2018) and What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali (2019), along with the Hulu documentary sequence Legacy: The True Story of the Los Angeles Lakers, which is ready to premiere on Hulu in 2022.