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  • Behind the Scenes: Red Tails for Ebony Magazine

    Yesterday we showed you photos of the 'Red Tails' movie premiere in New York City. Today we want to give you a behind the scenes view into the exciting day when the American Airpower Museum welcomed the star studded cast of the Tuskegee Airmen film for a memorable, on location photo shoot with Ebony Magazine. Shot by the celebrated visionary and fashion photographer, Marc Baptiste, the Ebony cover captures Terence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr, Nate Parker and David Ayelowo in front of an historic AAM plane, dressed in smart pilot threads and as akin to their characters in the movie; the archetypes of proud heroism. Elijah Kelley, Ne-Yo, Tristan Wilds, Michael B. Jordan, Method Man, and Leslie Odom Jr grace the adjoining portion of the double cover spread.

    Take a look at this Ebony Magazine video for a behind the scenes peak into the making of the sensational cover shot...

  • Red Tails Premiere in NYC

    At the end of last year, the American Airpower Museum played host to the cast of brand new blockbuster, 'Red Tails' for a special Ebony Magazine photo shoot. Written by Hollywood veteran George Lucas and directed by Anthony Hemingway, the movie tells the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African American U.S. pilots unexpectedly called into service after being grounded for most of the war. Last month the movie premiered at New York City's Ziegfeld Theater, drawing out stars of the film, Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr, James Earl Jones, Ne-Yo, Method Man and Tristan Wilds. Alongside the big names on the red carpet were a group of real Tuskegee Airmen; the true heroes of 'Red Tails'. Original Tuskegee Airman Julius Freeman wore Cockpit USA's A-2 jacket designed in collaboration with the historical crew.

    The movie has gained high acclaim and become one of the only films to be screened privately before its release to former president George Bush and President Barack Obama at the White House. Now in theatres nationwide.

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