"42", the new film about Jackie Robinson is a great way to spend two hours in a movie theater.
The film illuminates the trials and tribulations of Jackie, who was the first African-American baseball player in the major leagues. Newcomer Chadwick Boseman plays Robinson with a mixture of grace and simmering contempt...
COOPERSTOWN, NY – Several artifacts featured in the new motion picture release ‘42’ have arrived in Cooperstown at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and will be featured in a new exhibit to open in July to pay tribute to the film’s portrayal of Jackie Robinson in breaking baseball’s color barrier in 1947.
The new Jackie Robinson biopic opens in theaters around the nation this week. Are you going to see it? I predict it will be a huge hit with audiences of all ages. Here is the preview from "42."
Looks great doesn't it?
After celebrating Jackie Robinson’s singular legacy at the movies with the new Legendary Pictures release "42," you can go behind the scenes to learn about Robinson’s lasting impact on American culture at his spiritual home in Cooperstown.