Keke Palmer is Black Hollywood’s sweetheart. Making her big screen debut in 2006′s ”Akeelah and The Bee” the lovely actress has grown up before our eyes, but even with her success, Palmer has struggled with the same issues of self-esteem not uncommon to young Black women.
Besides the occasional celebrity sighting (last week, Kiefer Sutherland), one of the perks of living/working where I do is the access to industry professionals. Recently, I had the pleasure of participating in an intimate roundtable discussion with Barry Levy, screenwriter of VANTAGE POINT (2008) and the upcoming PARANOIA (2013). Barry shared some valuable insight on the realities of professional screenwriting.
“The Family,” stars Robert De Niro & Michelle Pfieffer as members of a notorious mafia clan. They lead up the Manzoni family, who is relocated to Normandy as part of a witness protection program. They bring along their high school aged son & daughter and things get awkward as their Brooklyn ways are integrated into the French surroundings.
Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfieffer have made some terrifically bad movies, like last Spring’s “Dark Shadows” and “The Big Wedding.” They are really in their element in “The Family” though.
Andre Benjamin 3000 will play Jimi Hendrix in film he co wrote with John Ridley. The film, "All Is By My Side" will show how Hendrix tried unsuccessfully to gain footing in the US during his formative years. After moving to London and finding the winning formula he returned back to the US and the rest is History.
"Make the money, don't let it make you," was a now classic line from the 1998 stripper film, "Players Club" directed by Ice Cube starring LisaRaye and the late Bernie Mac. It seems that all these years later the "Single Ladies" actress is back to offer more advice to the phalanx of clear heeled night laborers.
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Oprah Winfrey is definitely not a fan of foul language. Fans know that the media mogul is not too fond go the N-word, but in a recent interview to promote Lee Daniel’s The Butler, she revealed that use doesn't use the B-word either.
"That's the first time those words have ever come out of my mouth," Winfrey told HipHollywood…
To celebrate Independence Day, Sony Pictures is giving back to the troops with a FREE movie.
The company has teamed up with four of the nation's largest movie theater chains to allow active U.S. military personnel and veterans to see "White House Down" for free on July 4.
Moviegoers with proper military identification, members of the military can bring one guest with them free of charge to any Regal Entertainment Group, AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, or Carmike Cinemas theater to see 'White House Down'.