Originally posted on 93.9 WKYS:
If you like to keep up on your movies, then you definitely should be on the lookout for this new fall movie, No Good Deed, starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson. I don’t want to spoil it, so just check out the trailer.
“No Good Deed” is set to bow Sept. 12.
Originally posted on The Urban Daily:
After a whirlwind year of accolades playing Oscar Grant in the award winning drama “Fruitvale Station”, Michael B. Jordan switches gears for the upcoming rom-com “That Awkward Moment.” Jordan plays Mikey, who’s hit a relationship rut after breaking up with his girlfriend, and turns to food as an emotional crutch. Daniel (Miles Teller) and Jason (Zac Efron), in an effort to cheer up their best bud, enter a “no relationship” pact to stay single and carefree. Of course, their plans go awry when they each meet and fall in love with the girl of their dreams.
Expect to see more of Jordan on the big screen – he’s currently in negotiations to co-star with Chiwetel Ejiofor in the bank heist thriller “Triple Nine” and is rumored to play Johnny Storm in the upcoming “Fantastic Four” reboot.
‘That Awkward Moment” opens…
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Originally posted on Praise 103.9:
Dark skinned, white teeth, dreamy eyes, perfect smile and a captivating accent are only a few words to describe one of the best leading black actors in hollywood, “Idris Elba”. With his upcoming film “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” and a possible love interest, Idris is smiling all the way to the bank and maybe down the isle in the near future. Many hearts will be broken on that day! In the race for black actors in hollywood to make it to the top, Idris Elba is leading the pack!
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Originally posted on Z 107.9:
What is Idris Elba’s net worth? Idris Elba is worth $12 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Idris Elba’s net worth is the result of his extensive film and television work, as the British actor has amassed quite a resume, starring on the beloved shows “The Wire” and “Luther” and appearing in such films as “Pacific Rim,” “American Gangster” and “28 Days Later.”
Idris Elba’s net worth, $12 million, is perhaps even more impressive when you consider where he came from. Born to African parents in London, the 41-year-old English thespian struggled to find acting gigs after moving to America. He was “sofa-hopping here and there,” as he told GQ magazine in a 2013 interview, and for a while, he even lived in his Astro van. While working as a doorman at a comedy club, he sold drugs, and while he crossed…
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Originally posted on Global Grind:
One thing that is factual and tactical is that Tristan Wilds is the man of the hour when it comes to the ladies. While most transitions from the acting realm to the world of music are met with abrasion, Mack Wild’s re-invention has been the talk of the town.
At the top of October, the artist formerly known as the actor Tristan made his full bloom into Mack Wilds with the release of New York: A Love Story, his debut album reminiscent of his very own love story in the city that made him.
The folks over at Stuff Fly People Like were smart enough to snag the rapper/singer/actor/heartthrob for their latest digital cover that released simultaneously with the album on October 1st. In the corresponding interview, Mack touches on everything from his personal style, to what this cross into music means for him.
Check out Tristan owning it for SFPL in the photos…
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Originally posted on Hot 107.5:
The D.C Sniper film ”Blue Caprice” opens in theaters today and actor Isaiah Washington reminds audiences why he is one of the finest actors of his generation. Based on the real life Beltway Sniper killings of 2002, Washington plays John Allen Muhammad, a mysterious drifter who takes troubled teenager John Lee Malvo (Tequan Richmond) under his wing, forging a dysfunctional and ultimately dangerous co-dependent father-son type relationship.
Helmed by director Alexandre Moors, “Blue Caprice” is a chilling and meditative study on this country’s obsession with guns and violence, and how the American Dream deferred can slowly curdle into bitterness and retribution. By not sensationalizing the bloody violence from Malvo and Muhammad’s shooting spree, “Blue Caprice” focuses on the “why” rather than the “what” of their crimes.
The Urban Daily attended a private screening and Q&A with Washington and Moors. Washington sounds…
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Originally posted on Praise 104.7:
The flamboyant antics Terrell Owens displayed during his football career may lead one to think that he would be a nightmare to work with, by Wesley Johnathan says that’s not the case. In addition, he describes Owens as a “sensitive dude” in this interview on “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show.”
Hear Wesley Johnathan recount what Terrell Owens is really like, and find out about season 2 of “Soul Man” in the audio player below.
Listen to “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” weekdays from 6-10 am EST/5-9 am CST to hear more great celebrity interviews LIVE!
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