- Malcolm & Marie premiered a few days ago on Netflix and fans are crazy about Zendaya's performance
- Zendaya plays Marie in the film alongside John David Washington as Malcolm
- The film is in black and white, depicting the darker side of toxic romantic relationships
The Netflix film Malcolm & Marie stars Zendaya Coleman and John David Washington. The movie's plot is based on a real-life event when the director Sam Levington forgot to thank his wife in a speech during a movie premiere.
What's special about the movie is that it is in black and white, something not seen in many modern movies today.
The film is an emotional one and takes a look at relationships from a totally different perspective.
Malcolm & Marie details the darker sides of relationships, looking at what it's like to be in a situation that takes a toll on a person emotionally.
Movie watchers and fans loved Zendaya's role as Marie in the movie and commended her for yet another groundbreaking performance.
Taking to social media, Zendaya shared a few stills from the set of the film. Social media users used that as an opportunity to compliment her on how well she played her character.
Take a look at some of the reactions from social media users around the world below:
"You were just amazing on Malcolm & Marie! Zendaya supremacy."
"The talent jumped out once again not only on camera but behind the scenes."
"What brilliant depiction of a couple getting frank about their problems. Really well done, the acting and directing."
In other world celebrity news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kim Kardashian fired back at people who are doubting North West's painting capability.
Popular reality star Kim Kardashian may let people get away with criticising her on social media, however, the proud mother of four will not let any of her children go through it.
Recently, Kim took to her Instagram story to share a lovely photo of her first daughter North West holding a beautiful landscape painting of a mountain.
Surprisingly for the doting mum, some social media users claimed that the beautiful painting couldn't have been done by the 7-year-old girl.
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