The daughter of the late Michael Jackson was once shielded from the public with masks, but the 18-year-old is going into 2017 with some high-profile gigs lined up. Paris reportedly met with Lee Daniels to discuss joining the cast of his new Fox musical drama “Star.” READ MORE
ATLANTA, GA–) AK Reed Films and Entrepreneur ENTERTAINMENT present “PURE” based on author Duece King’s novel of the same name. PURE is a multi-part web series filmed on the streets of Buffalo, New York using novice actors from the community in which they were born and bread. Duece King penned the novel which brought the characters to life for Producer and Director AK Reed. Watch the trailer below!
The Wizard of Lies is an upcoming American television drama film directed by Barry Levinson and written by Sam Levinson, Sam Baum, and John Burnham Schwartz, based on the non-fiction book of same name by Diana B. Henriques. The film stars Robert De Niro as businessman Bernard Madoff, Michelle Pfeiffer as his wife Ruth Madoff, and Alessandro Nivola as their older son Mark Madoff. It will air on the cable network HBO.
Breaking into the rap game is one of the trickiest paths to maneuver not just in music, but in life. For the past two seasons, Lifetime’s The Rap Game has highlighted the many aspects of this daunting, delirious process. And on January 13th, The Rap Game is back for an incredible third season that you won’t want to miss.
“Caraoke Showdown” features Craig Robinson posing as a driver, picking up unsuspecting contestants who are along for a very unique ride upon realizing they are on a karaoke-inspired game show. During various rounds of game play, contestants must belt out their favorite tunes, finish the lyrics or act out songs for cash. Celebrity guest appearances add to the surprise as the contestants never know what’s going to happen next. READ MORE
A year ago there was an uproar when it was announced that a white actor, Joseph Fiennes, would be portraying Michael Jackson in a British TV production. The trailer for the project — released Wednesday — has done little to assuage that furor. “Urban Myths” tells a series of stories, including a fabled one in which Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor (played by Stockard Channing) and Marlon Brando (played by Brian Cox) supposedly took a cross-country road trip after 9/11. According to CNN, the discourtesy of Michael Jackson being played by a white guy has social media going crazy.
Showtime has disclosed a release date and first trailer for “Guerrilla,” a six-part limited event series from creator John Ridley (“American Crime,” “12 Years a Slave”), with Idris Elba’s Green Door Pictures executive producing.
The series, about U.K.’s black radicals in the 1970s, will premiere on Sunday, April 16 at 9 PM ET/PT.