An excellent article, but I feel it’s similar to a bone looking for a dog because Jackson’s comments were so miniscule compared to the entirety of the 97 interview. Also Oyelowo was very active in pushing “Selma” to the screen. Ms. DuVernay had more problems with the King family trying to secure rights for some of MLK’s speeches. Obviously, Hollywood since the end of WW2, has been the center of the movie world despite a brief flowering of several “New Wave” European movements. In other words, as the Bard once said: Much ado about nothing.