First Images from the George Lucas-Produced WWII Film RED TAILS

     May 9, 2010

Anthony Hemingway’s World War II film, Red Tails, has managed to keep a low profile ever since it began casting back in April 2009.  While there was a report back in February that the film was undergoing massive re-shoots directed by Lucas, that report later turned out to be false.  Now, the first images from the set have come online.  For those who don’t know, Red Tails (which is being produced by George Lucas), is about the United States’ first all African-American air combat squadron, The Tuskegee Airmen.  The film stars Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Bryan Cranston (who spoke with Steve back in March about his role in the film).

These set photos focus mainly on the cameras and the set design, but what’s really impressive are the fighter planes.  You should hit the jump to check out those bad boys alone, but we’ve included all the images for your viewing pleasure after the jump.

Thanks to for the images.  They posted two articles.  Here’s the first and here’s the second.  They have a lot more than what’s below.

[via CHUD]

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