“Mariah’s World” will take viewers into Carey’s private life, offering a behind-the-scenes look at her “Sweet Sweet Fantasy” tour. The 8-part event-series will also focus on Carey’s wedding to Australian business mogul James Packer.
“I’m not Cinderella, my life has not been a fairy tale. Forget the image, forget the rumors. I owe this to the fans,” says Carey in the trailer.
According to Carey “she’s just like everybody else.” The series showcases an intimate look at Mariah’s day to day life, including her refusal to take off her sunglasses in fluorescent lighting, which she admits is “very ’90s” of her.
“The Arrangement” follows Megan Morrison (Christine Evangelista), a beautiful young actress who
Dennis Rodman's Visit to North Korea and 21 More of the Biggest Sports Controversies of 2013
The Ride Along director has signed on for 20th Century Fox's comedy Diplomats, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The film will centre around the retired NBA sportsman's "hoops diplomacy" mission to the secretive country.
He visited North Korea last year, befriending Kim Jong-un, and returned in January to organise a basketball game in Pyongyang and sing 'Happy Birthday' to the despot.
Peter Chernin (The Heat) will produce through Chernin Entertainment, with Jonathan Abrams writing the script.
Ride Along was a hit when it arrived in the Us earlier this month. A sequel to the action comedy will enter production in the summer.
Peter Chernin (The Heat) will produce for 20th Century Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Rodman has traveled to North Korea a number of times and has striked up quite a relationship with Kim Jong Un, and even sang Happy Birthday to him earlier this year.
THR says that the film pitch is described as ‘a two-hander that takes its cues from the antics of the 6-foot-7 former NBA player Rodman, known as “The Worm.”‘
Rodman visited North Korea last year and befriended the country's dictator, Kim Jong Un. He returned there last month after organising a basketball game in Pyongyang.
Jonathan Abrams is writing the script while Peter Chernin ("The Heat") will produce the film which is described as a "two-hander" comedy that takes its cues from those real life events.
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- Starz has given a second-season order to its drama "Boss" -- even
Legal Aid follows a first-year law associate whose life is upset when her father — a big TV star two decades ago — joins her firm. Jonathan Abrams is writing with Tyler Mitchell, Jason Smilovic, Sarah Timberman, Carl Beverly and Robert Luketic executive-producing. Luketic, (The Ugly Truth) will also direct the pilot.
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