Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer Get’s International Distributors

by Anya Rahmingon May 9, 2012
                        Spike Lee has gained two international distributors for his film Red Hook Summer according to the Chicago Tribune. The movie builds upon Spike Lee’s Chronicles of Brooklyn film series. Other films in the series include She’s Gotta Have It, Do The Right Thing, […]
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New Series Starring Michael Ealy Premiers Friday Night

by Anya Rahmingon May 9, 2012
                                A new USA Network buddy-cop drama series will star Think Like a Man’s Michael Ealy as L.A. Detective Travis alongside Warren Kole. The duo play the LA Police Department’s top detectives in the Robbery-Homicide Divison. In spite of these […]


‘First Family’ – No Not Obama, It’s a Comedy

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                              Byron Allen, founder of Entertainment Studios is putting out a new show First Family, which has already started filming. First Family Features Christopher B. Duncan as the United States President, Kellita Smith as First Lady, And Gladys Knight alongside John […]

TV Casting News Lamann Rucker Will Be Regular In NBC’s “Save Me”

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
        An upcoming show in the NBC line-up “Save Me” has cast Lamann Rucker as a regular. He will play Dr. John Wilkins, a psychologist. Anne Heche plays the lead. According to the Hollywood Reporter, NBC has ordered 13 episodes. Check out the press photo below.               […]


Cuba Gooding Jr. as Leading Man in Fox Drama “Guilty”

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                      Cuba Gooding Jr. has been cast in a juicy role on a new drama. He’ll be playing the lead, and his character sounds shady! ScreenRant says of Cuba Gooding Jr’s Character: Guilty follows the life of William “Billy” Remz (Gooding), a morally ambiguous defense attorney […]
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Thriller No Good Deed Adds Henry Simmons To Cast

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                          Thriller No Good Deed, which will premier in 2013, revolves around a district-attorney who is kidnapped with her children after letting a stranger enter her house. Filmofilia has reported a new members has been added to the cast, Henry Simmons, pictured above. […]

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Broadway Clip Released of Raven Symone

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                        In case you didn’t already know, Raven Symone is staring in Sister Act on Broadway. A video clip that’s been released in which Raven Symone belts out a tune while dancing with a full backdrop of smiling nuns. No where else will you […]

Production Started In BET 1 Hour Drama Staring Gabrielle Union

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                      Production has started in the show Being Mary Jane which will debut on BET. The show, which was originally titled Single Black Female was written by creator of BET’s huge hit The Game, Mara Brock Akil. Mara also served as producing consultant on for ABC’s Cougar […]

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For 10 Minutes Robert Ri’chard Talks Vampire Diaries Role

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                          Robert Ri’chard recently joined the cast of season 3 of the Vampire Diaries as a recurring guest star. He plays the love interest of Bonnie, the leading female’s best friend on the show. In the video interview below, Ri’chard speaks passionately about […]

Idris Elba Reveals His Character In Predicted Blockbuster, Prometheus

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                            Idris Elba has revealed details about his role in the upcoming sci-fi flick, Prometheus. The film is a prequel to the beloved Alien flicks.  Two viral trailers were released for the film, neither of which showed Idris’ character. Fortunately a fantastic interview has […]

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Corbin Bleu – From High School Musical Sidekick To Broadway Leading Man

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                      Corbin Bleu, perhaps best known for his dance moves in the High School Musical movies, has taken over for Hunter Parish as Jesus, the lead in Godspell. The musical Godspell is based on the parables in the Biblical book of Matthew. The soundtrack is […]

Jennifer Hudson to Star As Nelson Mandela’s Wife

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
In a film entitled Winnie, Jennifer Hudson will play Winnie Mandela, wife to Nelson Mandela (played by Terrance Howard). The movie has already been filmed but, until a few weeks ago, ran the risk of not being distributed. There were reports of was negative buzz surrounding the film after it was screened at the Toronto […]


Will You Watch Movie About Black Skinheads kids?

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, a London, England born actor, well known for his role as Mr. Eko in ABC’s Lost has reported written a script. The script is partially biographical as it depicts his life as a young, black skinhead. Confused?                               ThisIsLondon.co.uk has reported on how […]
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Dee Rees (Director of Pariah) Has Projects in Works

by Anya Rahmingon May 8, 2012
                    Dee Rees, director of last year’s film Pariah,  has new projects lined up. According to IndieWire: ” Earlier this year it was reported she was writing a new film entitled “Large Print,” about a recently divorced, mid-50s insurance adjuster, she’s got a thriller called “Bolo” she’s […]