Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
It took -- Lucas 23 years to develop his story of world war -- does he eat airmen.
And now the red tails are finally taking -- yeah.
-- -- Inspired by the true story of an experimental training program you think African American pilot and essentially called to duty it was a passion project for the -- a lot of actors portraying these heroes.
I knew that the dog fight sequences were going to be something kids -- just.
Not believe -- -- being a modern day Star Wars in that respect as an important.
African American story and you know that they're not telling a lot of the stars and Hollywood on this scale -- colored men white man's arm.
They saved the world they -- superheroes.
And in effect and that's what has been so wonderful about being part of a project.
Star Terrence Howard says he learned a lot from the experience.
When you do something from the place of service.
You're always going to have a good result at the end of the day it's serving others that you end up serving -- -- and the needs of the greater.
While his fellow cast members learned how to get this shaped as an aerial combat unit by attending red tails boot camp.
In my group I was first I think in my sixth out of eight events.
It was so I don't -- they decided to give -- -- when you truly get.
I think I think that -- the most polyps or something.
I've got most improved.
Plus the guys got flight lessons from the best.
Airmen who inspired this whole thing.
They were snatched by an arm and straighten you tie and pull your pants up too and it was.
I've -- this is what it looked like.
We've sort of been Chaz sat together and we -- about moving to the right moves through -- -- look around.
The fight fires.
They literally took us through a mission.
You to take off checking everything to bell rolls you know dog fighting to landing the plane.
See them but they're treating T used as a red tails makes its landing at a theater near you.
In New York actually -- work in Fox News.
Filter by section