A sequel to #bronze will be made about the #blacklivesmatter movement.
The film will star the #BlackLivesMatter activist and rapper, as well as an unnamed black female star.
#BlackGirlPower will premiere on April 24, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The news follows a tweet from the film’s director, A.J. Smith, that stated: “This is the first of many sequels we’ll make to the #banned film #BlackGirlsPower.”
The tweet also stated that the sequel would feature more black female stars, as opposed to the two previously announced.
“I am proud to say #BlacklivesMeter #BlackPower is now a franchise in its own right,” the director tweeted.
The filmmaker’s tweets were followed up by the hashtag #BlackgirlPower being used to promote the film.
In addition to Black Girl Power, Smith is also a producer on the upcoming Disney film Black Panther.
The hashtag #blackgirlpower has been trending on Twitter in recent days following the film, which will be directed by Taika Waititi.
The sequel will also feature a female lead, according for Smith, who is white.
The actor has stated that he has not yet decided what part of the Black Lives Matter movement he will be supporting in the sequel.
BlackGirlPower is a #blacklash film.
I am proud that @AJSmith and his team have stepped up to support @britishfilms #blackgirlspower and their work.
A post shared by Taako Waititi (@taako_waititi) on Apr 4, 2019 at 11:55am PDT The tweet came after the film was announced as a part of Black Film Week on Saturday, which is a celebration of the industry’s contributions to diversity.
Black Film Weekend will take place in Los Angeles from April 7-8.
Black film is one of the most underrepresented industries, according the NAACP, which has also been pushing for more diversity in Hollywood.
According to a recent report from the NAACP Foundation, black women make up less than 6 percent of the total U.S. workforce, and that number is expected to increase to 12 percent by 2030.
Black women make about 1 percent of all film-makers, and the industry has a particularly low representation of black women in the top ranks of directors, producers and stars.
Black female stars in films and TV, like Black Panther star Lupita Nyong’o, have been the target of some of the backlash for their roles in films like Black Widow, in which a white woman is a strong female character in a world dominated by white men.
A number of black female celebrities have spoken out about the backlash against them, including Selena Gomez, who said she felt that her casting as Black Widow was too difficult, and Black Panther actress Lupita Arquette, who has spoken out against the backlash.
Black celebrities and actresses have also been the targets of hate and violence online.
Earlier this year, actress Laverne Cox was attacked in New York City by a group of black men after she spoke out about their racist remarks.
In April, actor Jesse Eisenberg was shot by a man who believed that he was “playing a black cop.”
Black actress Jessica Biel has also spoken out on social media about the hateful backlash against her, and she has been receiving death threats for speaking out against police brutality.
Black actors have also spoken up about the lack of representation in the media, as the industry struggles to make strides towards inclusion.
The Black Women’s March was held in January to call attention to the lack and racial injustice faced by Black women.