Last week in Atlanta, theÂ OMG GirlzÂ hosted a private screening of Sony Picturesâ€™Â Hotel Transylvania. Over 100 fans, friends and VIPs packed Regal Atlantic Station for a preview of the animated film. The film features the voices of Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, and CeeLo Green, among others. Attendees included V103 radio personalityÂ Frank Ski, R&B artistÂ Q ParkerÂ (from 112),Â Mimi FaustÂ (VH1â€™s â€œLove & Hip Hop Atlantaâ€) and many more. Read More »
Lil Wayne is catching heat for a reference he makes about Frank Ocean’s sexuality in a new song.Â The rapper drops the rhyme on a remix ATL own Future’s single “Turn On The Lights.” Read More »
Ciara while promoting her new single ‘Sorry‘ was partying up in NYC with a cast of other celebrities including Megan Good, Flo-Rida, Necole Bitchie and More……(pics inside)
Oprah Winfrey Tweeted some interesting photos on Monday from the set of the anxiously awaited upcoming movie “The Butler.”Â Check out this tweet and photo of her and Kravitz aged for the movie:
The new independent crime drama LUV, directed by Sheldon Candis and featuring Common and Michael Rainey Jr., has already generated quite a buzz on the independent film festival circuit, even showing at the prestigious Sundance film Festival in Colorado. Read More »
According to EURWeb Angela Bassett has been cast as Coretta Scott King
and Mary J. Blige will star as Betty Shabazz in the upcoming Lifetime original movie â€œBetty and Corettaâ€ .Â The telepic, announced as â€œParallel Livesâ€ at the May upfronts, tells the dual stories of Coretta Scott King and Dr. Betty Shabazz as they carry on as single mothers following the assassinations of their husbands, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.
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“Sparkle” didn’t sparkle quite as much as some predicted it would this weekend. “Rolling Stone” reports the film — which stars “American Idol” alum Jordin Sparks and the late Whitney Houston in her final movie role — was estimated to bring in as much as 18-million-dollars over its first three days in theaters. Instead, box office estimates put “Sparkle’s” opening-weekend gross at just 12-million-dollars, which was enough for a fifth place showing. Fellow newcomer “The Expendables 2″ won the weekend with a take of 28-point-eight-million-dollars.
Last year Mary J. Blige announced she’d be starring in a new bio-pic about legendary singer, jazz musician and classical pianist,Â Nina Simone.