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Jeremy Irvine Urges People to See 'Stonewall' Before Forming an Opinion

Jeremy Irvine Urges People to See 'Stonewall' Before Forming an Opinion

Jeremy Irvine is speaking out to urge people to see his new movie Stonewall before giving it any negative judgment.

The movie, in select theaters now, has been surrounded by controversy over certain choices made in retelling the story of the Stonewall riots, but what has been ignored is the emotional story that is in the film and the fantastic performances the actors are giving.

“Great to have #Stonewall out today and finally being able to see reviews like this from people who’ve actually seen it!” Jeremy captioned the below screencap on Instagram.

“Been interesting that the so called ‘babble’ has been from people who haven’t seen the movie yet which speaks for itself…” Jeremy continued. “Thank you to everyone who came to the premier, including the actual Stonewall veterans, it was a really magical and emotional atmosphere and thank you for the incredible reaction and support!! We’re all really proud to be able to share #Stonewall with you TODAY!”

Pictured inside: Jeremy, director Roland Emmerich, and co-stars Jonny Beauchamp, Vladimir Alexis, Karl Glusman, and more at the Stonewall premiere at the Toronto Film Festival last week.

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  • zewrok

    No. The trailer says it all.

    Stonewall was not about a white pretty cis man.

  • cam

    of course he wants us to see it. he has a lot to lose if it flops. Im a straight white female, no dogs in this fight, and I can say just by seeing the trailer over and over again in on-demand commercials its almost offensive just by being itself. I encourage anybody who is listening to this idiot to read the indepth reviews online.

  • Casey C

    everything i’ve seen about the whitewashing and damning about it have been critics who HAVE seen it. it WAS whitewashed, as well as being centered around a straight man. ffs this film is an embarrassment

  • Casey C

    everything i’ve seen about the whitewashing and damning about it have been critics who HAVE seen it. it WAS whitewashed, as well as being centered around a straight man. ffs this film is an embarrassment

  • Casey C

    everything i’ve seen about the whitewashing and damning about it have been critics who HAVE seen it. it WAS whitewashed, as well as being centered around a straight man. ffs this film is an embarrassment

  • Casey C

    everything i’ve seen about the whitewashing and damning about it have been critics who HAVE seen it. it WAS whitewashed, as well as being centered around a straight man. ffs this film is an embarrassment

  • Casey C

    everything i’ve seen about the whitewashing and damning about it have been critics who HAVE seen it. it WAS whitewashed, as well as being centered around a straight man. ffs this film is an embarrassment

  • Casey C

    everything i’ve seen about the whitewashing and damning about it have been critics who HAVE seen it. it WAS whitewashed, as well as being centered around a straight man. ffs this film is an embarrassment

  • Nicola

    What did they expect would happen? They purposely ignored the facts and omitted the stories of real life crusaders for a fictitious account of bravery from a white, Midwestern man.

  • stanhope

    I saw it. It sucked! It was about as accurate as when dick Cheney speaks

  • damian gonzales

    This could be translated as “go see my movie to make me richer”. no, thanks. there are many better films to see that this tabloid garbage.

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  • matthewrettenmund

    Paid $15 to see it here in NYC. It sucks as a movie, as a chronicle of history and let’s not even get started on its politics, which are embarrassingly paint-by-numbers. It’s very well-intentioned, but very, very flawed. There is nothing wrong with a cliché-friendly movie about a pretty white kid’s struggle to right his life after being kicked out of the house in the late ’60s, except for when that movie is called STONEWALL and is marketed as being a document of that event. Jeremy is lovely to look at but not good in the film, and his British accent is distracting. Everyone involved should actually absorb the criticism and recognize that it is possible to be well-intentioned and yet to still fuck up.

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