Whoopi Goldberg is pulling up her personal chair to the realm of superhero movies.
The 65-year-old actress and infrequently outspoken co-host of “The View” revealed to Selection that she is actively underway penning a script for an authentic superhero movie centered on an older Black lady who acquires superhuman powers however has to show herself management and use them.
“Since I used to be just a little child, I’ve been obsessive about superheroes,” Goldberg instructed the publication. “They’re all saving the earth on a regular basis. However are you aware who’s actually going to avoid wasting the earth? Previous Black ladies.”
Goldberg is already among the many busiest in showbiz.
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The EGOT holder — who had already earned a Grammy in 1985 and achieved the elusive feat in 2002 after successful her Tony Award for producing “Completely Trendy Millie” and her Daytime Emmy for “Past Tara: The Extraordinary Lifetime of Hattie McDaniel” — is about to reprise her function because the Las Vegas showgirl-turned-nun Deloris Van Cartier in “Sister Act three” for Disney+, which Goldberg will produce alongside Tyler Perry.
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She can be producing “The Emmett Until Story” and is getting ready herself for a return as Guinan on “Star Trek: Picard.”
All that on her plate, Goldberg stated she isn’t but able to relinquish her coveted seat at “The View.”
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“I’m there till I don’t assume I can do it anymore, however I’m not there but,” she stated. “So long as they permit me to do each [acting and hosting], I can do it. The minute they are saying, ‘No, you may’t,’ then I’ve to determine what to do.”