Jordan Peele, Mark Hamill and a host of other Hollywood heavyweights have weighed in with words of support for John Boyega's Black Lives Matter speech at a London protest.
The Star Wars actor held back tears as he addressed the crowd, telling them: "I don't know if I'm going to have a career after this, but f**k that."
"Black lives have always mattered," Boyega said.
"We have always been important. We have always meant something, we have always succeeded, regardless. And now is the time. I ain’t waiting."
In response to Boyega's acknowledgement that his activism could affect his movie career, celebrities and film executives have been declaring their desire to work with Boyega, and their encouragement of his message.
"We got you, John," wrote Jordan Peele, the comedian and actor that wrote Get Out.
Franklin Leonard, creator of The Black List, echoed those sentiments with a similar tweet sharing images of Boyega's passionate address.
Birds of Prey director Cathy Yan tweeted: "I would love to work with John Boyega," prompting fellow director Steven DeKnight to reply: "You would have a blast."
"John Boyega was one of the most prepared, talented, and laugh-until-you-cry-funny human beings I've ever had the privilege to work with," DeKnight added, having directed Boyega in Pacific Rim: Uprising.
Boyega's Star Wars castmate Mark Hamill said he had "never been more proud," of him, while the official Star Wars Twitter account posted a link to his full speech along with the caption: "We stand with and support you, John Boyega."