From The Grio — Anthony Mackie, one of the stars of the new film The Adjustment Bureau, which opens in theaters next Friday, March 4, didn’t hold back in a recent interview with theGrio.

Mackie, who can be seen on the cover of Vanity Fair’s annual ‘Hollywood’ issue, said all of the barriers in Hollywood for African-Americans have been broken.

“I think right now [blacks] are being kinda lazy on our game,” Mackie said. “There are enough brothers with distribution deals and production deals where we should be making our own movies.”

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  • I can’t help but feel this was directed at Tyler Perry . . . and I’m thankful for that.

    • t. price

      why do you feel that way? people might not like his movies or his stories, but the man is anything but lazy. plus he employs so many blacks in hollywood, i don’t see how this was directed at him at all. i think it was more so directed at the people that aren’t making movies like they could and complain about the state of blacks in hollywood, yet they do nothing to change it.

  • “Comfortable, living that LA life” LOL. Yes! I’m so glad someone said something (publicly). Time out for the BS excuses, we need to do something…

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