As the first photos from next year's A Wrinkle in Time debut on Entertainment Weekly today, director Ava DuVernay spoke to the magazine about what the project meant to her. It's not just about the fact that she got to be the first woman of color to direct a movie with a budget over $100 million. It's about being able to put a Black girl in the center of Madeleine L'Engle's imaginative story, first published in 1963. "The first image [I had in my head] was to place a brown girl in that...


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