This week, "Complex Live" heads to Havana, where "The Fate of the Furious" recently became the first major American movie in 60 years to film in Cuba. We talk with one of the movie's stars, Tyrese, as well as Rich Klein, who helped coordinate the filming, to find out about the experience.
We also meet Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, the mind behind the "La Borinquena" comic books, to hear his vision for the series and the superhero's role as an inspirational figure for Puerto Ricans. Then we get to know singer/songwriter Daley, who just dropped his new album, and chat with director Nneka Onuorah, who is bringing her perspective as a black lesbian to her work on films like "The Same Difference."
Plus, rising rapper Denzel Curry performs his track "Hate Government," off of his new 13 EP, and host Speedy Mormon delivers his Big Fact of the week.
This Week's Episode by the Minute:
- "The Fate of the Furious": 1:10
- Speedy's Big Fact: 3:45
- Nneka Onuorah: 6:50
- "La Borinquena": 10:30
- Daley: 15:30
- Denzel Curry: 17:30