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When you’re going through a breakup, sometimes you want to be sympathized with, sometimes you want some tough love, sometimes you want to be coddled, sometimes you want to be reminded there is so much more to come. These amazing breakup scenes from 15 of the greatest breakup movies do all of these things.
Think Like a Man Too is a sequel that has the potential to bring in some serious dollars considering the first one did so well. It also has a soundtrack generating a ton of buzz when you consider Mary J. Blige did all of the songs. It should be good which is one of the main reasons why studio execs work hard to create something moviegoers want to hear. Take a look at 10 of the greatest movie soundtracks. There plenty to choose from. Do you have a favorite?
By now we know you’ve heard about the new Whitney Houston movie in the works on Lifetime and we’re sure, like us, you’re wracking your brain on who could play our beloved Whitney. Actresses and singers such as Rihanna, Tika Sumpter and even Paul Patton have been thrown into the mix of possible Whitneys! However, it isn’t just Whitney that needs to be cast, but also Bobby! Check out a list of actors who might could maybe play both — emphasis on might and maybe.
For years men have dominated the world of television and entertainment. Men have created the majority of TV shows, produced them and directed our favorite films. However despite their dominance, there have been a number women, particularly African American women, which are making major moves behind the scenes! There aren’t as many African American women as we would like, but still it’s a great shift to see! Let’s celebrate some of the black women taking over in television and movies.
Recently, Idrid Elba showed up to DJ a party dressed as Superman. He looked so good in the suit, fans immediately started petitioning Hollywood to make a new movie for their favorite hunk. We think that’s a great idea and here are more famous movie franchises we’d like to see in color.
Terry Crews as Rambo
Three 90-minute movies featuring Terry Crews in a headband and no shirt? Yes please.
They say timing is everything and if that is true, the timing is perfect for Lupita Nyong’o and the stars are aligning perfectly.
Nyong’o is right in the middle of awards season and with the big one right around the corner (the Academy Awards airs March 2nd), it is only right that we get to see a new film co-starring everyone’s current favorite girl.
In the new movie Non-Stop Nyong’o co-stars alongside Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore as a flight attendant on an international flight that is being highjacked. Yes, this is another one of Neeson’s action thrillers (he’s found his lane since Taken and hasn’t slowed down since) and while we don’t hear much from Nyong’o in this clip, she’s in quite a few scenes. We wonder if she could be one of the highjackers since they don’t show her talking much in this trailer.
I love that she still has her short hair cut for this role. Anyway, check out the trailer for Non-Stop starring Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and our girl, Lupita Nyong’o!
Will you check out Non-Stop when it lands into theaters on February 21st?
Red carpet season is moving full steam ahead.
Yesterday, the 2014 NAACP Image Award nominations were announced. These nods are pretty much in line with what the rest of Hollywood has been buzzing about.
Historical drama 12 Years a Slave earned four nominations: Outstanding Motion Picture, Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture (Alfre Woodard and Lupita Nyong’o).
Fruitvale Station also picked up several nominations: Outstanding Motion Picture, Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture (Michael B. Jordan) and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture (Octavia Spencer).
Head on over to ESSENCE.com to see who else was nominated. The 45th Annual NAACP Image Awards will air live on TV One on February 22nd.
With the new year celebrations just behind us, we figured it was time that we turn our attention to the big screen productions that have us anxiously awaiting their release. From comedies to dramas to historical tour de forces, here we take a look at the 2014 movies we’re most eager to see over the next 12 months.
>I don’t know about you but it can often be soo hard to try and get into a movie about business or finance. While it may be intriguing to the Warren Buffets of the world, there’s something about stocks, bonds, mergers and acquisitions that can get kinda dry – and that’s only if you understand what they are talking about.
Luckily there are some films about dollars that actually make sense. Here are 10 surprisingly entertaining movies about business. Perhaps you have seen a few of them?
image credit: Wall Street, Twentieth Century Fox (1987)
It’s been a while since a biopic like “Crazy Sexay Cool” made us fall in love with a girl group all over again. Let’s take a look back at some of the best biopics to hit the big and small screens. If we’ve left your favorite out, put us on to the movie in the comments section.