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Daniel Kaluuya to Star In Netflix Adaptation of 'The Upper World' by Femi Fadugba

The upcoming sci-fi film is based on the debut YA novel from Togo-born, Nigerian-British author Femi Fadugba.

Daniel Kaluuya will return to the screen once again for the upcoming Netflix film The Upper World, based on the young adult, sci-fi novel by physicist turned author Femi Fadugba.

Here's a synopsis of The Upper World via Deadline:

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Watch the New Trailer for Michaela Coel's Upcoming Show 'I May Destroy You'

The highly-anticipated show, which tackles dating and sexual consent, is coming to HBO next month.

Michaela Coel shares the new extended trailer for her upcoming HBO series I May Destroy You, after releasing the teaser last month.

The highly-anticipated series boldly tackles dating sexual consent, through the story of its protagonist Arabella (Coel), whose life is forever changed after she becomes the victim of having been given a date rape drug.

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Netflix Launches New 'Made In Africa' Collection to Mark 'Africa Month'

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In Conversation: Rapman on His Explosive Debut Film, US Perceptions of Black-British Identity & Meeting Jay-Z

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Bernardine Evaristo's Award-Winning Novel, 'Girl, Woman, Other,' Is Being Adapted Into a Film

The British-Nigerian author's Booker-prize winning book, about the lives of Black-British women, is headed to the big screen.

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John Boyega and Letitia Wright Left Their Upcoming Film Because It Wasn't Black Enough

The stars were originally attached to the sci-fi love story 'Hold Back the Stars,' but Boyega says they stepped down because they wanted to 'make the vibe more Black.'