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Jamie Foxx Reveals He Is Bulking Up to Play Mike Tyson in Biopic - See His Transformation!

Jamie Foxx is transforming before our very eyes.

The 52-year-old actor, who is set to play Mike Tyson in the upcoming biopic Finding Mike, showed off his shirtless muscular physique on Instagram on Friday (June 19).

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“The transformation begins… FINDING MIKE. It is no secret that I have been pursuing the @miketyson biopic for some time… people always ask me when is it going to happen?… things have finally lined up… A few months ago we started the journey… The first but biggest task is to transform the body… with a regiment of pull-ups dips and push-ups we are off to a pretty good start… we have a ways to go but God willing… yesterday on my good friends @markbirnbaum show. I shared these early pics of the process… like I said we have a ways to go… But I am prepared to get there! #swipeleft TYSON!” he captioned the series of photos.

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Jamie Foxx to Play Mike Tyson in an Upcoming Biopic

Jamie Foxx is opening up about his upcoming biopic about boxer Mike Tyson.

The 52-year-old Oscar-winning actor, who won his Academy Award for his performance in the biopic Ray, says the long-rumored movie is still happening.

“It’s a definitive yes,” Jamie said during Mirk Birnbaum‘s Catching Up show on Instagram. “Look, doing biographies is a tough thing. Sometimes it takes 20 years to get them done. But we officially got the real ball rolling.”

“We want to show everybody evolves,” Jamie added. “I think when we lay the layer of Mike Tyson in this story, I think everybody from young and old will be able to understand this man’s journey.”

Jamie said there will be technology to make him look exactly like Mike.

“And then just the technology of how I’m gonna look, I guarantee you people will run up on me in the street, and ask for autographs, and think that I’m Mike,” he said. “Every other day, I do 60 pull-ups, we do 60 dips, we do 100 push-ups. I ain’t got no calf muscles, so we might have to get some prosthetics for that.”

Jamie attended the funeral of George Floyd last week with one of his very famous friends.

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Channing Tatum & Jamie Foxx Attend George Floyd's Funeral in Houston

Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx are paying tribute.

The White House Down co-stars were seen sitting together at the funeral for George Floyd, amid global protests in the wake of his murder condemning systemic racism and police brutality, held on Tuesday (June 9) at Fountain of Praise Church in Houston, Texas.

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The two were seen wearing matching button-down shirts and masks amid the pandemic.

The service lasted for tow hours, and was limited to “about 500 invited family members and guests in an effort to accommodate social distancing requirements amid the coronavirus pandemic,” People reported.

Thousands passed through a six-hour public viewing of George in an open gold casket one day before.

“Because of you, we have gained comfort and strength. We would like for each of you to know that George is now one of God’s beautiful angels and will FOREVER breathe in our hearts,” their family wrote in a note card handed out to attendees.

Here’s how you can help to support the Black Lives Matter cause.

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Jamie Foxx Says Having His Kids With Him at a Protest Was 'Bittersweet' & 'Heartbreaking'

Jamie Foxx munches on some wings just before taking park in a Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles on Sunday (June 7).

The 52-year-old Just Mercy star shared a few of the finger foods with others around him as they marched for racial equality following hundreds of years of oppression.

Later on, Jamie and some of his friends and children headed to Nobu for a dinner out.

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Jamie revealed that a few of his children were at the protest with him.

“Having my kids with me at the protest was bitter sweet,” he wrote on Instagram with images of them all. “Having them watch the world come together was beautiful… But having to explain to them why we were all there was heartbreaking…”

Jamie added, “Let’s change the world so they don’t have to live in it the way we have been… #justiceforgeorgefloyd #blacklivesmatter #swipeleft.”

If you missed it, find out how you can watch Just Mercy for free this month.

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Warner Bros. Pictures Makes 'Just Mercy' Movie Free to Rent For Month of June

Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx‘s recent movie, Just Mercy, is now streaming free for Blackout Tuesday.

The flick centers on the world-renowned civil rights defense attorney Bryan Stevenson (played by Jordan) as he works to free a wrongly condemned death row prisoner (Foxx).

Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that the movie will be free to rent on multiple streaming services.

“We believe in the power of story,” a statement from the studio reads. “Our film Just Mercy, based on the life work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson, is one resource we can humbly offer to those who are interested in learning more about the systemic racism that plagues our society.”

It continues, “For the month of June, Just Mercy will be available to rent for free across digital platforms in the U.S. To actively be part of the change our country is so desperately seeking, we encourage you to learn more about our past and the countless injustices that have led us to where we are today.”

“Thank you to the artists, storytellers and advocates who helped make this film happen. Watch with your family, friends and allies. For further information on Bryan Stevenson and his work at the Equal Justice Initiative please visit”

Michael and Jamie have both opened up about the impact of the movie on their personal lives, with Michael saying it’s made him want to be a better person.

Jamie Foxx Sings for Protestors at Rally for George Floyd

Jamie Foxx took the microphone at a rally to protest the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer.

The 52-year-old actor was in attendance at a protest on Monday (June 1) in San Francisco, Calif. While taking the microphone, Jamie sang a popular verse from Isaiah 54:17: “No weapons formed against me, shall prosper, it won’t work. No weapons formed against me shall prosper.”

Jamie also added about George Floyd‘s death and the police officer who was responsible for his death, “If that man can be handcuffed, if that man sit on that man’s neck for that long and feel comfortable about it, that means that he’s not afraid of what’s going to happen.”

This is not the first protest that Jamie attended in the past few days.

Jamie Foxx Joins the Protests in Minneapolis, Demands Justice for George Floyd

Jamie Foxx is currently in Minneapolis to join the social justice advocates in the Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd.

The 52-year-old Oscar-winning actor joined former NBA player Stephen Jackson at a press conference on Friday (May 29) at Minneapolis’ City Hall.

Jackson was a friend of Floyd, who was killed earlier this week while being arrested by cops.

“I’m here because they’re not fixing to demean the character of George Floyd, my ‘Twin,’” Jackson said during the press conference. “A lot of times when police do things that they know are wrong, the first they do is try to cover it up and bring up your background to make it seem like (what) that they did was worth it. When was murder ever worth it? But if it’s a black man, it’s approved. You can’t tell me when that man had his knee on my brother’s neck, taking his life away with his hand in his pocket that that smirk on his face didn’t say I’m protected.”

Jamie appeared at the press conference to show support and speak to the media.

“We’re not afraid to stand. We’re not afraid of the moment. And I think what you saw on television, to watch this man plead for his life… as I sit with my two daughters, my nephews who had just come from the grocery store, what it does it overcomplicates everything as a black man trying to tell his son or his daughter how to function in life,” Jamie said. “Even the things that we taught them don’t seem to work.”

“All I wanted to do today was let you know that I’m not a celebrity. I’m from Texas. These are my brothers. This means everything because at the end of the day, when we see you guys out here on the frontline, we want to let you know you got support,” he added.

During the press conference, it was announced that the police officer who kneeled on Floyd‘s neck has been charged with murder.