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Iggy Azalea & Co: Fast & Furious 7


Quentin Tarantiono’s: The Hateful Eight






The Weinstein Company  has released the first poster for Quentin Tarantiono’s The Hateful Eight, coming in 2015!

Quvenzhané Wallis:”Counting by 7s.”




will star as a 12-year-old genius in an adaptation of Holly Goldberg Sloan’s bestselling novel: “Counting by 7s.”

Counting By 7s is the story of Willow Chance, a twelve-year old girl who has been identified at an early age as ‘gifted’. Willow lives in Bakersfield, California and comes home from school one day to the news that her parents have been killed in a traffic accident. What follows is Willow’s search to find a place where she belongs.

In equal parts an exploration of the pain of loss and of the triumph of moving forward, the novel looks at how one person can change the lives of many, often without even trying.

Miles Davis: Biopic



Miles Davis Film ‘Miles Ahead’ Starring Don Cheadle To Begin Filming In Cincinnati This Summer.

Terry Crews: Draft Day!

10009338_727294240624271_1010193133_nAt the press junket for my new film Draft Day The Movie April 11th 2014!

John Singleton: ALL EYEZ ON ME


John Singleton signs on to direct the Tupac Shakur biopic

Johnson & Wahlberg: NO PAIN, NO GAIN!


Fact: Dwayne The Rock Johnson and Mark combined for 17 meals a day while prepping for Pain & Gain.

Lee Daniels: New Kind Of Action Film



The acclaimed film director revealed in a recent interview that he’s planning the first-ever gay action hero movie.

Some of the actors from ‘The Butler’ have signed on

As Lee Daniels continues to ride high on the success of his summer blockbuster The Butler, the 53-year-old director is in the process of developing another project that will make film history.

In a recent interview with Out magazine, the $100 million man revealed his plans to create the first-ever gay action hero movie. Alex Pettyfer (The Butler) has already signed on to the project and Daniels is currently looking for his African-American love interest for his vision of an “interracial love affair action movie.”

Daniels describes the flick as a gay “Mr. and Mrs. Smith, but with the two good-looking guys as the action heroes.” And although he’s likely to have a few run-ins with critics, he says he’s not worried about getting the film off the ground.

“I don’t think I’m going to have a problem now. I made $100 million for The Butler,” he said. “I’m in a rare group. So this is something I feel good about.”

Lenny Kravitz: Trouble Man



It is official, Lenny Kravitz will play the role of Marvin Gaye in a new film about the late singer’s life.

Robyn and Harper: The Best Man Holiday!

946287_10151564844957945_1997144338_nRobyn and Harper in between takes. ‪#‎minifans‬ ‪#‎itwashotonset‬ ‪#‎Robynispreggers‬ Best Man Holiday. November 2013

Latoya Luckette: The List!



The brand new season of “CultureList” kicks off TONIGHT with new host, two-time Grammy© Award-winning R&B singer and actress LeToya Luckett. Each week Letoya will bring a new spin to the best and hottest trends in fashion, fitness, music, food and technology with special insight from experts and celebrities.



Jaden Smith: Happy Birthday!


Think Like A Man: Vegas Edition

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Gabby & Taraji: Stuntin On These H***!

gabunion A lil stuntin ain’t  never hurt nobody… Me & ma girl @tarajiphenson gettin it #thinklikeamantoo
gabby and tarij

Jimme Wall Street: Murder Was The Case They Gave Me…..

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Rising rap star James “Jimme Wallstreet” Davis was shot dead in Pennsylvania  on Thursday.

The emerging artist and songwriter was gunned down in his native  Philadelphia, according to editors at  Further details of his death were not available as WENN went to press.

Bing: More on Jimme  Wallstreet

Davis started off his career as a protege of 50 Cent, before signing a production  deal with Grammy-nominee DJ Don Cannon.

Cannon took to Twitter to slam the latest mindless slaying in the hip-hop  community, writing, “They Killed My Man….. S— Gotta Stop Now!! S— Ain’t  Cool! Destroyed A True Talent.”

The alleged murder came on the same day Meek Mill‘s protege Lil Snupe, 18, was fatally shot.




Davis & Washington: Blaxploitation Film!


Last week Friday, Film Independent announced the 22 filmmakers and 10 projects selected for its 11th annual Fast Track program at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fast Track Welcome Luncheon, during the ongoing Los Angeles Film Festival.


The  program is an intensive, three-day film-financing market, during which  participants are connected with established financiers, production  companies, agents, managers and other film industry professionals who  can move their current projects forward.

I’ll be highlighting those projects that will be of most interest to this blog, starting with this one: Third Girl from the Left – an adaptation of Martha Southgate’s novel of the same name. The project hails from exec producer Vincent Harris for Vantage Media Group, and producer Amy Hobby, for the Tangerine Entertainment production house. Here’s a lengthy description:

THIRD  GIRL FROM THE LEFT is the story of the other side of Hollywood in the  1970’s, of what it means to be black, sexy, smart and full of dreams in a  land where “blaxploitation” is as literal as it sounds.

Yet this is not  a ‘black’ story. This is a vivid and dynamic story about families, all  families; and not just the ones we’re born into, but the ones we make  for ourselves. It is a compelling saga of love, family secrets and the  ambitions of mothers and daughters. It is also a story about the movies  and the hold they can have on us, sometimes even despite our better  judgment.

Angela Edwards, is the shining center of the film, around  which we deftly shift points of view, weaving the stories of her mother  Mildred and daughter Tamara. Angela and Mildred clash in the way mothers  and daughters often do, but manage to forge a bond during many  afternoons spent together at the local cinema.

Angela yearns to be  onscreen herself and eventually leaves her stifling hometown of Tulsa  for Hollywood in 1972. It does not live up to her imagination. She does  not make it big. Instead, she lands bit parts in campy blaxploitation  pictures.

In a world where sexual favors to men in power are  commonplace, even roles like these require young actresses to offer up  more than talent in order to get the gig. Angela dutifully complies.  Angela doesn’t become a star, but the allure of movies has marked her  for life, just as it did her mother, and just as it will her own  daughter.

The project, which was also awarded the Millennium Entertainment Fellowship, a $10,000 production grant, currently lists Kerry Washington and Viola Davis as its stars. Although there’s no word yet on who exactly each actress will play.


Beyonce & Blue: A Mothers Love!


Sweet Brown: Reality Tv

sweet-brown-oscarDuring an interview with theGrio’s Chris Witherspoon, Sweet Brown talked about about her endeavor to take on Hollywood, and gave the inside scoop on reality show.

A year ago Sweet Brown became a YouTube celebrity after an interview she gave discussing a house fire became a viral sensation.

Since then the Oklahoma native has appeared in several TV commercials, and will soon star in Tyler Perry’s upcoming film A Madea Christmas.

During an interview with theGrio’s Chris Witherspoon, Sweet Brown talked about her endeavor to take on Hollywood, and gave the inside scoop on her reality show.

She also weighed in on Charles Ramsey, the man from Cleveland who has been hailed as a hero for helping to facilitate the rescue of Amanda Berry.

Ramsey’s initial TV interview also went viral, and Sweet Brown weighed in on his new-found fame.

“One similarity that I see, is that we love people. We gon’ help people,” Sweet Brown said. “What Charles did was great. Because I have daughters and if my kids was missing that long I would want a good Samaritan to rescue my baby. Don’t leave me in the dark. Let me baby come home. So what Charles Ramsey did… I think it was a good thing; thumbs up, Charles.”

In December Sweet Brown will make her big screen debut in Tyler Perry’s film adaptation of his play, A Madea Christmas.

“We filmed it already,” Sweet Brown said. “Tyler is so awesome. He’s very awesome. I would love to work with him again. He just makes you feel at home.”

Next up, Sweet Brown has set her sights on reality TV. She’s started production on her reality show entitled The Sweet Brown’s, which she describes as “a fish out of water, rags to riches series, that’s a combination of The Jeffersons and The Beverly Hillbillies.”

“It’s gonna be hilarious. You’re gonna really crack up,” Sweet Brown says.

As if she’s not busy enough, Sweet Brown also has a few products coming out later this year, including a game application, cookbook, and a BBQ sauce called Oh Lord Jesus it’s a FIRE.

According to her agent, Sweet Brown will appear in a new movie alongside Gabrielle Union and Louis Gossett Jr. and also a comedy described as a female version of The Hangover.

Megan Fox: Happy Birthday!


The Best Man: Holiday 2013


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