The Color Purple’s New Trailer Features Taraji P. Henson Performing the Song “Push Da Button.” [TRAILER]

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In anticipation of the upcoming release of “The Color Purple,” Warner Bros. Pictures has dropped a captivating second trailer that spotlights one of the film’s standout moments. Taraji P. Henson’s rendition of the show-stopping song “Push Da Button” takes center stage in this latest sneak peek, offering viewers a taste of the musical magic that awaits them on December 25th.

“The Color Purple,” directed by Blitz Bazawule and produced by industry giants Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Scott Sanders, and Quincy Jones, promises to be a transformative cinematic experience. Fantasia Barrino takes on the role of Celie, a resilient Black woman in the early 1900s South, who longs for a reunion with her sister Nettie, portrayed by Halle Bailey and Ciara in a dual role.

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The second trailer delves into Celie’s emotional journey, including her heartbreaking history of abuse, which leads to her separation from Nettie. Taraji P. Henson’s portrayal of Shug Avery adds another layer of depth to the story as she offers encouragement to Celie in her quest for independence.

Danielle Brooks, known for her powerful performances, plays Sofia, a character who confronts Celie’s husband and underscores Celie’s unwavering determination to break free from her oppressive circumstances.

“The Color Purple” remains true to its source material, Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, and the acclaimed Broadway musical adaptation. It’s a celebration of sisterhood, resilience, and empowerment, with a powerful emphasis on the voices and experiences of Black women.

The film’s cast also includes Louis Gossett Jr., David Alan Grier, Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor, Deon Cole, Corey Hawkins, and H.E.R.

Oprah Winfrey, who played a pivotal role in the 1985 film adaptation, has described the 2023 version as a “celebration of sisterhood” and a powerful narrative that resonates with those who have felt marginalized and undervalued.

As the release date of December 25th draws near, check out the trailer for “The Color Purple.”

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