Review: One Night In Miami : Pop Culture Happy Hour Regina King has won an Oscar and a collection of Emmys as an actor. Now, she's making her debut as a feature film director with One Night In Miami. The film imagines what might have happened in a real night in 1964 when Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown hung out with Cassius Clay. The men talk about success, celebrity, responsibility and history.
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'One Night In Miami' Humanizes 4 Icons

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'One Night In Miami' Humanizes 4 Icons

'One Night In Miami' Humanizes 4 Icons

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Leslie Odom Jr., Eli Goree, Kingsley Ben-Adir and Aldis Hodge in One Night In Miami. Courtesy of Amazon Studios hide caption

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Leslie Odom Jr., Eli Goree, Kingsley Ben-Adir and Aldis Hodge in One Night In Miami.

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Regina King has won an Oscar and a collection of Emmys as an actor. Now, she's making her debut as a feature film director with One Night In Miami. The film imagines what might have happened in a real night in 1964 when Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown hung out with Cassius Clay. The men talk about success, celebrity, responsibility and history.

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The audio was produced by Mike Katzif and edited by Jessica Reedy.