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Posts Tagged ‘Halle Berry’

10 Oct. 2016

What Now? Kevin Hart, king of funny, receives star on Hollywood Walk of Fame


Today, Kevin Hart became a bigger star, if there is such a thing.  The uber successful stage of film, TV and stage was surrounded by family, friends and business associates to receive the prestigious accomplishment–a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Up next, Hart’s new stand up comedy film will be released October 14, […]

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21 Sep. 2015

Glamorous EMMYs, eloquent history


      Oh, what a night!    Adding another footnote to history, Viola Davis and Regina King received well-deserved EMMY awards for their performances respectively, in the ABC dramas, Shonda Rhimes’ “How To Get Away With Murder” and “American Crime” from Oscar winner John Ridley IV (Best Screenplay, 12 Years a Slave).         […]

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03 Apr. 2014

Halle Berry shifts gears in new film


Lionsgate Pictures, Codeblack Films along with the executive producers of “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge” and “Lackawanna Blues” brings to theaters a mind-bending drama starring Academy Award® winner and Golden Globe® nominee Halle Berry The Call, Monster’s Ball. FRANKIE & ALICE is inspired by the remarkable true story of an African American go-go dancer “Frankie” with dissociative […]

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25 Oct. 2012

Halle Berry & Tom Hanks in CLOUD ATLAS


CLOUD ATLAS light years ahead, elevates expectations Try to imagine a galactic adventure where multiple lives are lived –in multi-ethnic bodies– over the course of five centuries. The thought borders on the unimaginable. But in the skillful hands of Oscar winners Tom Hanks (“Philadelphia,” “Forrest Gump”) and Halle Berry (“Monster’s Ball”), author David Mitchell’s CLOUD […]

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25 Oct. 2012

CLOUD ATLAS’ Susan Sarandon and Hugo Weaving


A sunny day at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, they entered the room as easy as anyone, absent of ego and pomposity, also to their credit, happy to talk about one of this year’s most anticipated films, CLOUD ATLAS. I am referring to Oscar winner Susan Sarandon (Dead Man Walking) and Nigerian born, British-influenced actor, Hugo […]

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