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Petition for Oscar recognition goes viral An online petition uploaded by Anderson Vilien has gone viral acquiring over 50,000 signatures and urging the Academy to honor Sarah Elizabeth Jones. Jones, who died in a tragic film set accident was only 27…
Everything. Is. Awesome. Pure breathtaking animation is awesome. A hilariously talented voice cast is awesome. Intertwined personal messages are awesome. Please forgive me for my continued use of the word “awesome,” it’s going to be used a lot…
Subscribe to TheShowbiz411! http://bit.ly/1dXOPuV While promoting the new Lego Movie, Morgan Freeman talks about how it feels to always play God and discusses space travel. Report by Poppy Jamie. Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1euUsl2 Follow us…
Now this will surely go down in history as the most embarrassing TV anchor moment, ever! Samuel L. Jackson was doing an on-air interview with KTLA’s Sam Rubin earlier today to promote his new film RoboCop, when the reporter asked about his recent Super Bowl commercial – in which Laurence Fishburne actually starred, lol.
“Did you get a lot of reaction from that Super Bowl commercial?” the TV anchor asked.
Actress Imani Hakim recently chatted with our media partner Datzhott.com, about her latest role as Gabby Douglas in the Lifetime TV Network film The Gabby Douglas Story as well as personal struggles while on the road to becoming a force to be considered in Hollywood. The Gabby Douglas Story premieres on Lifetime Saturday February 1,, 2014.
Imani is best known for her role as Tonya Rock on the UPN/CW sitcom Everybody Hates Chris, to star as Gabby Douglas in the Lifetime Original Movie The Gabby Douglas Story, produced by Sony Pictures Television. The movie details the inspiring true story of the international gymnastics phenomenon, who overcame overwhelming odds to become the first African American ever to be named Individual All-round Champion in artistic gymnastics at the Olympics.
Hakim will play Gabby Douglas, as a teenager and young adult.
The cast also includes Sydney Mikayla who will portray Douglas during her childhood, Peabody Award-winning actress Regina King as her mother and Golden Globe and Emmy winner S. Epatha Merkerson as her grandmother.
The Gabby Douglas Story premieres on Lifetime in February 01, 2014. Check local listings for other dates and times.
The movie kicks off Lifetime’s celebration of Black History Month.
Cop comedy “Ride Along” remained on top of the North American box office this weekend, estimated figures showed Sunday. The action film starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube easily outpaced its rivals for a second week in a row, earning $21.2 million in…