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Red-Carpet Video Interviews: John Legend & Parker Sawyers for Barack Obama Film ‘Southside With You’

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CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com brings you our red-carpet interviews with John Legend (executive producer, original song), Parker Sawyers (“Barack Obama”), Michael Tanne (writer, director, producer) and Vanessa Bell Calloway (Marian Robinson, Michelle’s mother) from the Chicago premiere of “Southside With You” on Aug. 18, 2016 at the Music Box Theatre.

The film, which chronicles the first daylong date between Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson, opens nationwide on Aug. 26, 2016. Enjoy!


Interviews by: Adam Fendelman, Publisher
Filmed and edited by: Jeff Doles, 238 Studios
Trailer and stills (used with permission): Miramax, Roadside Attractions, IM Global

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