Tag Archives: Jamie Foxx

Review: Django Unchained

At a recent Museum of Modern Art benefit honoring Quentin Tarantino, Peter Bogdonavich (“Last Picture Show,” “Paper Moon”)  introduced him as “the single most influential director of his generation,” and with his latest revenge fantasy  ‘Django Unchained,’ the follow-up to his  2009 epic ‘Inglorious Basterds,’ he’s more than earned that stamp of approval. Inspired by […]

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Casting Roundup: Friday June 24, 2011

Jamie Foxx  starring in the newest Quentin Tarantino movie, up and comer Emma Stone  in a zombie movie that’s not Zombieland 2 and Idris Elba in a movie about monsters? Here’s what you missed in casting news: Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx, best known for Ray, Any Given Sunday and the upcoming  Skank Robbers has […]

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Halle Berry signs on for ‘The Skank Robbers’ (yup, that’s actually happening)

Remember the 2009 BET Awards?! Michael Jackson had just died, Jamie Foxx was the host and sometime during the two hours of my life that I’ll never get back,  there was a fake trailer for a Wanda and Sheneneh movie called ‘The Skank Robbers’.  No one really thought anything of it, but now it’s being […]

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Reel News: Casting Edition

Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx joins the cast of ‘Horrible Bosses.’ Directed by Seth Gordon, ‘Horrible Bosses’ is a ‘workplace murder comedy’ about three best friends,  who after deciding they are fed up with their jobs,  agree to killing each other’s  bosses.  Jason Bateman and Charlie Day are also set to star, as well as […]

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Jamie Foxx pens Laverne & Shirley Movie…

Yup…I can’t believe it either. While your picking your jaw off the ground, revel in the details. This news comes from Garry Marshal who told TV Guide that the film would be an urbanized version of the beloved TV show, and yes, Foxx is writing it. As of right now, this is all the news […]

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Review: Valentine’s Day

A nice weekend flick for lovers, best friends and anyone with a  desire to get away from it all. I went to a  midnight screening of ‘Valentine’s Day’ after being up for almost 24 hours yesterday  and I must say I was very surprised  by how entertained I was. Directed by Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman, […]

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