Work Has Started On Rush Hour 4

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
CraveOnline has interviewed producer Arthur Sarkissian and confirmed his interest in filming a 4th Rush Hour film. His reply below sounds like the movie is a definite thing: “I am working on Rush Hour 4 right now with Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan,” Sarkissian said. “I’m trying to do it closer to how I did Rush […]

Tia Mowry Star In New Programming Nick-At-Nite?

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
                  Thanks to Deadline it has been revealed that Tia Mowry is negotiation with execs to star in Nick-at-Nite (apparently they’re still making shows) comedy Instant Mom. This quote from Kapital entertainment saying the show was written by Warren Bell and Jessica Butler loosely based on their […]


Machinima Science Fiction Web Series Stars Edi Gathegi

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
                IndieWirehas shared a news story and a a trailer that was revealed at comic con for upcoming Science Fiction Web series, “Hawken.” It stars Edi Gathegi. and won’t be available online until 2013. The series is based on a first-person shooter video game set in a “dystopian human-colonized planet […]

Orphan Annie Remake to Launch Willow Smiths Acting Career

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
                A story on IndieWire confirms that a year ago, Will Smith requested Emma Thompson (Harry Potter, Nanny McPhee) write remake of the  comic strip turned musical Annie for his daughter, Willow, to star in. More recently, Columbia Pictures has brought in Aline Brosh McKenna to do rewrites on […]


Terrence Howard To Join Schwarzenegger In New Film Bleacher

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
              The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed Terrence Howard will play a supporting character in the upcoming film Bleacher. The film, also featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dawn Olivieri (House of Lies), and Sam Worthington (Avatar), follows 10 rogue Drug Enforcement Agency team members who pull off a heist. The team members […]

Amber Riley Moving From Glee To New York Stage

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
              Glee star Amber Riley graduated at the end of season 3 and is making a jump from the small screen to the stage. She is performing in a Broadway-style show, Cotton Club Parade, based on big band legend Duke Ellington’s time spent at the Harlem Nightclub nearly a […]


Sanaa Lathan Headlining By The Way, Meet Vera Stark

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
                  Sanaa Lathan, graduate of the Yale School of Drama, has been cast as the lead in By the Way, Meet Vera Stark. The show will premier at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angelas. In the role she portrays Vera Stark, a maid who becomes in a […]

Viola Davis Has Begun Filming In The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

by Anya Rahmingon July 31, 2012
This photo found on was taken on the New York City set of upcoming film “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” in which Viola Davis plays a supporting character. She’s pictured beside her co-star Jessica Chastain, who also co-starred alongside her in The Help. The film revolves around a married couple, Jessica Chastain and James […]


Waiting For Exhale Sequel To Be Written by Michael Elliott

by Anya Rahmingon July 27, 2012
                According to the Hollywood Reporter, the scribe of the 2010 flick, Just Wright, has been chosen to work on the planned equal to Waiting To Exhale (1995). Terry McMillan, author of both the Waiting To Exhale  and How Stella Got Her Groove Back original novels, already wrote the initial draft for the sequel. Michael […]
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Denzel Washington Finalizing Deal For The Equalizer

by Anya Rahmingon July 27, 2012
                Reports are surfacing that Denzel Washington is close to sealing a deal to star in The Equalizer. The film series may be the beginning of a franchise, and is based loosely on a 1980s TV series. In the TV show, Washington’s character, Edward Woodard, is an ex-military […]


Sinqua Walls Cast As Lancelot in Once Upon A Time

by Anya Rahmingon July 26, 2012
According to TV Line, Sinqua Walls, who has appeared as a  guest star on MTV’s Teen Wolf, ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, and Fox’s Friday Night Lights has been cast to appear as Lancelot in season 2 of Once Upon a Time. His character is the described as the “sword for hire with nothing to lose.” So far he’s only booked for […]

Battle Of The Year Trailer – Chris Brown and Laz Alonso

by Anya Rahmingon July 26, 2012
                    Chris Brown will star alongside Laz Alonso in the dance flick Battle of The Year. The films begins with hip hop mogul Dante (Laz Alonso) joining forces with a winning basketball coach  (Josh Holloway) to recruit the best dancers from across the country. The pair have […]


Sherman Hemsley of Jeffersons Fame Dead

by Anya Rahmingon July 26, 2012
                  Sherman Hemsley, known by millions as George Jefferson, reportedly died at the age of 74 on July 24th, 2012.The actor played George Jefferson in a long television run from 1975-1985, in which there were 11 seasons, and 285 episodes. According to Wikipedia, “The Jeffersons is the […]

Will You Be Watching Hell On Wheels In August?

by Anya Rahmingon July 22, 2012
Have you watched AMCs Hell On Wheels? If not, the time to begin is now. Season 2 will debut on Sunday August 12th 9/8c, so if you plan on following along, hurry and add the 3 discs to your Netflix queue. In Hell On Wheels,  Rapper Common stars as Elam Ferguson, “an emancipated slave working […]


Lifetime TV Movie Spin On Steel Magnolias

by Anya Rahmingon July 22, 2012
                A remake of Steel Magnolias, a 1989 film as well as a play, will air on the Lifetime television network sometime this fall. It features an all black cast Queen Latifah as M’Lynn Alfre Woodard as Ouiser Phylicia Rashad as Clairee Jill Scott as Truvy Condola Rash?d as Shelby Adepero Oduye as Annelle […]

Men In Black 4 In The Works

by Anya Rahmingon July 22, 2012
              It’s clear that Will Smith is still an International Superstar. Currently Men In Black 3 has made just over $650 Million at the box office, and Columbia Pictures has already given the green light for a 4th film. The studio is moving quickly! Indiewire shared a quote given by […]


Steve McQueen’s Twelve Years a Slave And It’s Epic Cast

by Anya Rahmingon July 22, 2012
Many movie goers are anticipating this year’s upcoming Civil War era slave story, Django Unchained. The film has picked up buzz and the marketing deserves credit. However, there’s another American slave story that’s flying under the Hollywood radar. It’s scheduled for release 2013, and looks just as worth of anticipation as Django Unchained. What’s so exciting […]
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Tasha Smith Dishes On Playing Angela in For Better Or Worse

by Anya Rahmingon July 22, 2012
                        Tyler Perry’s TBS creation, For Better or For Worse, is returning for it’s second season. In an excellent interview you can read on Vibe, lead actress Tasha Smith spills on what its like to play an outspoken character like Angela.  Smith says that character […]