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It feels like the celebs are outnumbering the locals in Atlanta this summer; one coastal part of Georgia hopes to change that; and Scad has announced a new Bfa degree in film and TV. It’s this week’s Atlanta News Roundup. Atlanta Being Taken Over by CelebritiesThere are celebrity sightings left, right, and center in Atlanta this summer. From the “Divergent” series (production code: “Element,” as seen above), to Tom Cruise’s “Mena,” to Jamie Foxx’s “Sleepless Nights,” to “Captain America: Civil War,” the Atlanta film boom means that you never know whom you’ll run into, even when you’re at a food truck. Other shoots in the city include the scripted series “The Detour,” HBO’s “The Confirmation,” about the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill scandal, and the standbys “The Walking Dead” and “Devious Maids.” First celebrity on my truck and he is freakn Iron Man! @robertdowneyjr made my day. »
All Def Digital is producing three of the five projects on which Simmons and HBO are collaborating, including a new series that brings the best acts from All Def Digital’s weekly live comedy night. “These Are My Friends,” a comedy series from Shaka King that takes an original and authentic look at hip-hop culture, is also in development. Another comedy, titled “The Broken Lizard Show,” in association with Broken Lizard comedy troupe, will take an innovative and comedic look at race when, hundreds of years in the future, a space ship exploring the galaxy discovers the last white man in the universe. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
It seems like every day there's a new opportunity to learn more about your favorite celebrities, whether it's finding out their net worth and dating history, or discovering their star signs and surprising family connections. Where their upbringings are concerned, many stars over the years have spoken out about being adopted, whether they were brought home at birth or taken in by adoptive parents as children. Nicole Richie, Jamie Foxx, and Faith Hill have all used their spotlight to openly talk about their experiences being adopted, and we've rounded them up, along with more stars, who were all adopted. Keep reading to see 20 stars whose childhood stories may surprise you. »
It may already be almost August, but there is still plenty of time to find a Summer fling. And since celebrities like Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Pine, Drake, and Jamie Foxx currently have no real-life leading ladies, Hollywood might be the perfect place to look. But while most people place unmarried celebrities who are still in relationships in the singles category, we took things a step further. What good is it to stare at a taken man all day when you know his heart can never be yours? None. Keep reading to see the stars who you can realistically end up with this Summer, then take a minute to mourn the loss of single Taylor Kitsch (darn you, Rachel McAdams). »
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“F****** n*gger… he had Jamie Foxx coming in on the 22nd track,” Hogan said.
“I didn’t even tell Brooke about it. F*ck her. Brooke and (name withheld) met in Miami.”
“Brooke f*cks up a ten million dollar deal I had with the Saudis. Brooke says, ‘F*ck you dad.’ She’s never said that. She flipped a bird at me.”
The report says that it can’t be confirmed if Hogan was referring to Brooke’s producer or Foxx when saying “f****** n*****.”
“I have this huge f****** house in Miami. »
- Grahame Herbert
'Pixels' movie with Adam Sandler. 'Pixels' movie weekend box office: Adam Sandler vs. 'Ant-Man' Despite its underwhelming domestic box office debut last weekend, Marvel's Ant-Man may turn out to be the winner in North America this weekend (July 24–26, '15) thanks to another underwhelming debut: that of the Adam Sandler Pixels movie. According to weekend box office projections found at Variety, the Chris Columbus-directed Pixels is expected to open with $25 million from 3,723 locations – following a $10 million Friday take (including $1.5M from Thursday previews). If so, that'll place Adam Sandler's latest lowbrow comedy – now in 3D – on a par with Sandler domestic disappointments like Jack and Jill and Funny People. Deadline.com, for its part, is expecting $27-$28 million by Sunday evening. Sat., July 25, update: According to studio box office estimates, Pixels underperformed on Friday, taking in $9.2 million. That's below figures for Jack and Jill and, adjusted for »
- Zac Gille
James L. White, who penned the script for the Ray Charles biopic Ray that won Jamie Foxx the Best Actor Oscar in 2004, died Thursday at his home in Santa Monica. He was 67. His attorney, Matthew H. Saver, told Deadline that White died of complications from pancreatic cancer. Ray landed six Oscar nominations that year, winning for Foxx’s turn as well as sound mixing. Taylor Hackford was nominated for Best Director (he and White shared the story-by credit) and the movie was… »
James L. White, the screenwriter known for his work on the Oscar-winning Ray Charles biopic “Ray,” passed away Thursday at his home in Santa Monica, California, after battling pancreatic and liver cancer. He was 67. White developed the story for “Ray” along with the film’s director, Taylor Hackford, in addition to writing the screenplay. The film was nominated for six Oscars, with Jamie Foxx winning for Best Actor and the film’s sound team winning for Best Sound Mixing. “Jimmy White was a lovely man and a terrific writer,” Hackford told TheWrap in a statement. “His insights as a black man growing. »
- Joe Otterson
James L. White, who wrote the screenplay for the Oscar-winning 2004 drama Ray, has died. He was 67. The writer passed away early Thursday morning at home in Santa Monica, his attorney Matthew H. Saver told The Hollywood Reporter. He died from complications resulting from pancreatic and liver cancer. White's story for the 2004 drama chronicled the career evolution of singer Ray Charles, who was portrayed by Jamie Foxx in an Oscar-winning turn. The drama was directed by Taylor Hackford, who is also credited on the story. The biopic was nominated for six Academy Awards and White was nominated for
- Erik Hayden
T.I. burst onto the music scene back in 2006 with his hit song "What You Know," but that year also marked his acting debut in Atl, which was shot in and set in his hometown of Atlanta. While more hit albums and singles followed throughout the years, the rapper also started putting together a fine acting resume, with roles in American Gangster, Takers, Identity Thief and TV shows such as Boss and House of Lies. After appearing in two movies already this year, Get Hard and Entourage, T.I. joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a role in the highly-anticipated superhero movie, Ant-Man, arriving in theaters today, July 17.
The actor plays Dave, who, along with Paul Rudd's Scott Lang, Michael Peña's Luis and David Dastmalchian's Kurt, plan a heist that will change their lives forever. After successfully breaking into the home of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), they don't find the riches they expect, »
Robert De Niro is so widely respected in Hollywood that he could really do anything he wants at this stage in his career. To the Oscar winner’s credit, though, he’s not rolling over and taking easy paycheck roles all the time – for years, De Niro has been pushing to get The Comedian made, with an eye to starring in the Art Linson-penned drama. And now, he’ll finally complete that passion project, having recruited Taylor Hackford to direct the pic.
De Niro will take on the role of a self-destructive, acerbic insult comic inspired partly by comedian Don Rickles (De Niro’s co-star in Casino). It won’t be the actor’s first time playing a professional funnyman – he took on the role of aspiring comedian Rupert Pupkin to widespread acclaim in The King of Comedy.
Excitingly, though Linson (known for the De Niro-starring, Hollywood-set What Just Happened? »
- Isaac Feldberg
Talent is currently being sought for an as yet untitled Jamie Foxx action movie. The film is about an undercover police officer who scours a nightclub in search of his kidnapped son. Background roles are being cast for this production, and submissions are being sought from Atlanta, Ga. This is a paid gig! For more details, check out the casting notice for the Jamie Foxx movie here, and be sure to check out the rest of our Atlanta audition listings! »
Baxter, who began his career at Focus Features and Upi before joining Protagonist Pictures (where he spent six years), will work closely with Riverstone co-founders Nik Bower and Deepak Nayar to grow the company’s slate of features and third party pictures that it will finance.
Bower said: “Jeremy is an exceptionally talented executive and a rare all-rounder. He is highly regarded throughout the industry and brings with him a combination of deep talent relationships and excellent commercial taste. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.”
Founded in October 2014, Riverstone Pictures is backed by Reliance Entertainment and Ingenious Media.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Wiseman)
We Just shot Doc Rivers -- moments after the story broke that DeAndre Jordan is leaving the Clippers for the Dallas Mavericks ... and he seems pretty upbeat for a guy who just lost a superstar. The L.A. Clippers honcho was out in Beverly Hills ... when he told us the team will miss the 7-footer ... but it doesn't mean the Clips are dunzo -- "We'll be good." Even Jamie Foxx stopped by Doc's recruiting dinner »
- TMZ Staff
Depending on where your politics lay, "London Has Fallen" may also be an all too accurate description of the recent election results in the United Kingdom. But it's also the title of the unlikely sequel of the unlikely hit "Olympus Has Fallen," the first of the dueling 2013 blockbusters about the White House coming under siege (the other was "White House Down," which earned more at the box office, but also had double the budget). And the first trailer has arrived for another tale of bad guys, honorable presidents and the people who work for them. Read More: Review: 'White House Down' Starring Channing Tatum & Jamie Foxx Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, Melissa Leo, Radha Mitchell, Robert Forster, Jackie Earle Haley, and Charlotte Riley are among the ensemble for this one which takes the story across the pond. Terrorists seize the opportunity of the British Prime »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Academy invitee Eddie Redmayne in 'The Theory of Everything.' Academy invites 322 new members: 'More diverse and inclusive list of filmmakers and artists than ever before' The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has offered membership to 322 individuals "who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures." According to the Academy's press release, "those who accept the invitations will be the only additions to the Academy's membership in 2015." In case all 322 potential new members say an enthusiastic Yes, that means an injection of new blood representing about 5 percent of the Academy's current membership. In the words of Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs (as quoted in the press release), in 2015 "our branches have recognized a more diverse and inclusive list of filmmakers and artists than ever before, and we look forward to adding their creativity, ideas and experience to our organization." In recent years, the Academy membership has »
- Anna Robinson
Chicago – Jada Pinkett Smith was doing it her way long before she became half of one of Hollywood’s biggest power couples. From modest beginnings, she worked her way up through the entertainment ranks on television, movies and in a metal band (more on that below). She portrays Rome in the sequel “Magic Mike Xxl.”
Jada Pinkett Smith was born in Baltimore, and was raised by her mother and grandmother. After graduating from the Baltimore School for the Arts – where she majored in dance and theatre – she moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. After some minor TV parts, she appeared as a regular on the series “A Different World.” She recently came back to TV, portraying the mysterious Fish Mooney on the dark comic book series called “Gotham.”
Photo credit: Warner Bros.
Pinkett Smith broke into film with »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
When Jada Pinkett Smith got the call from her agent about the Magic Mike sequel script, there was something she needed to know: Her part as Rome, the owner of a male strip club, was written for a man.
"I was like, Ok?" she said. She was skeptical, if intrigued.
Pinkett Smith had actually been thinking about the world of strippers; though she'd never set foot in a strip club, she had just wrapped a documentary for CNN in Atlanta that dealt with strip clubs and sex trafficking.
Originally, Tatum had wanted Jamie Foxx for the role. He wanted to show people the side of Foxx he'd seen during a fun party, but it didn't work out "for a lot of reasons."
It ended up »
- Cineplex.com and contributors
Magic Mike Xxl is just over a week away from its release, exposing us to another round of bare abs and more gyrating than we'll know what to do with, courtesy of stars Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Matt Bomer, and more. Last year, I had the chance to go to the Georgia set of the sequel to see some of the film being shot and interview all the guys, and after I recovered, I had a lot to reveal about the highly anticipated movie. Tatum, star, producer, and all-around delightful human, chatted with me and a group of reporters about the film and how it's different from the first movie (a really good thing), and now we can let you in on what we learned. Strap yourself in, because you're going to love everything he says about Magic Mike Xxl. 1. Tatum Regretted Not Focusing on the Guys More in the First Movie, »
The “Ted 2” star was given a chance to play the game Impression Generator, where the guest gets a chance to do impressions of fellow celebrities while simultaneously talking about an ordinary topic.
MacFarlane landed on Liam Neeson and Time Warner Cable, which, unsurprisingly, made the company mildly terrifying.
- Mannie Holmes
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