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The trademark wisecracks flow in the first trailer for New Line-mgm’s “Barbershop 3: The Next Cut,” released five months before its April 15 opening.
The third version of the Chicago-set franchise sees the barbershop — run by Ice Cube’s Calvin — having teamed up with the beauty shop, operated by Angie (Regina Hall), in a single location. The new faces include Common and Nicki Minaj.
Cedric the Entertainer, Anthony Anderson, Jb Smoove, Lamorne Morris, Sean Patrick Thomas, Deon Cole and rapper Tyga are also in the trailer, which focuses on the shop coming together to prevent gang violence. At one point, Cube admonishes Cedric for failing to hit the floor during gunfire and responding, “I’m too old to get up.”
The trailer also sees Cedric give a youngster a George Jefferson-style cut for talking back to his mother.
- Dave McNary
The “Barbershop” gang is back and tackling serious issues in the first trailer for “Barbershop 3: The Next Cut.” This time around, Calvin (Ice Cube) and Angie (Regina Hall) have combined their respective haircutting operations to form one super barbershop for both men and women. While there are plenty of laughs and antics among the cast that also includes Cedric the Entertainer, Anthony Anderson, Jb Smoove, Lamorne Harris, Sean Patrick Thomas, Deon Cole and newcomers Common and Nicki Minaj, the film will also tackle a serious and topical issue: increased violence on the streets of Chicago. Also Read: 25 Holiday Movies We're Dying to. »
- Linda Ge
It's been a decade since the last Barbershop hit theaters, but the whole crew is back for a new outing that's about more than saving their shop this time around: it's about saving their neighborhood. Come inside to check it out!
Sure, the Barbershop films aren't for everyone, but they certainly cracked me up when they released. More than just humor, the films provided a unique look at the culture and approached genuine issues in their own way. Based off of this first trailer for Barbershop: The Next Cut, they're looking to do the same thing once again:
Gang violence is a problem, and has been for a while. It's a tough subject to broach in a comedy, but I'm digging the way it's being handled so far. Let's hope they manage to keep it going for the full film.
It’s been more than 10 years since our last appointment at Calvin’s Barbershop. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
Ice Cube returns and leads a cast that includes Nicki Minaj, Common, Cedric the Entertainer, Regina Hall, Sean Patrick Thomas, Eve, Anthony Anderson, Jaszmine Lewis, and Jb Smoove all star in the film with Malcolm D. Lee ("The Best Man") taking over directing duties.
In the new film, the once male-dominated barbershop has gone co-ed and things are looking up. However, the surrounding community has taken a turn for the worse and those at the store have to come together to save their neighborhood. The new film opens April 15th.
- Garth Franklin
New Line Cinema and MGM have released the trailer and poster for "Barbershop: The Next Cut," the third installment of the Barbershop franchise. The film stars Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Eve, Anthony Anderson, Jazsmin Lewis, Sean Patrick Thomas, Common, Regina Hall, Nicki Minaj, Chyna Layne, Michael Rainey Jr., Deon Cole, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Lamorne Morris, J.B. Smoove, Tyga, Margot Bingham, and Isaiah John.
It’s been more than 10 years since our last appointment at Calvin’s Barbershop. Calvin (Ice Cube) and his longtime crew, including Eddie (Cedric the Entertainer), are still there, but the shop has undergone some major changes. Most noticeably, our once male-dominated sanctuary is now co-ed. The ladies bring their own flavor, drama and gossip to the shop challenging the fellas at every turn. Despite the good times and camaraderie within the shop, »
- Kellvin Chavez
Ice Cube enjoyed a great 2015 as the subject and producer of Straight Outta Compton, but next year he will return to his comedy movie roots for a sequel to Barbershop 2 12 years after the release of the last movie.
As you can see from the Barbershop 3 trailer (below), the new film will be full of the same light-hearted humour that we’ve come to expect from this popular franchise. The film is directed by Malcolm D. Lee (The Best Man Holiday, Scary Movie 5, Soul Men) from a screenplay by Kenya Barris (the Are We There Yet? TV series) and Tracy Oliver. Barbershop: The Next »
- Paul Heath
Your favorite crew is back. It's about real talk. It's about real change. It's been 12 years since the original Barbershop debuted in 2002. Now, Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainer are returning to clean up their neighborhood with a little help from Nicki Minaj and a cast of all-star talent. Today, Ice Cube brought the first trailer to GlobalGrind. And we also have the official poster which reunites the entire shop.
Barbershop: The Next Cut is bringing the Beauty Shop inside their doors for a joint business to help both parties keep afloat, and with the girls and guys working side by side, you can bet that every day is going to be a party. That is, if the raining bullets don't accidentally kill someone first. There's a serious new problem in town. And it needs to be addressed by a community that can actually do something about it.
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"Barbershop 3" - titled "Barbershop: The Next Cut" - is set for an April 2016 release, with a cast that includes Michael Rainey Jr., Common, Anthony Anderson, Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Eve, Deon Cole, Nicki Minaj, Regina Hall and others. The New Line/MGM threequel is directed by Malcolm D. Lee, from a script penned by "Black-Ish" creator, Kenya Barris, and Tracy Oliver. Ice Cube's Cube Vision shingle is producer, with Bob Teitel and George Tillman Jr of State Street Pictures as lead producers. Collectively, the first 2 movies grossed $140 million domestically on comparitively low budgets, and were »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Derek Jeter proved he Is down with hip-hop Thursday night ... shaking hands and hanging out with the most powerful man in rap ... Jay Z ... as the two kicked it courtside at the Clippers game. Both Jeter and Jay got their hands on the hottest tickets in town -- and had great seats to watch the Clippers implode to the best team in basketball ... despite a 10 point lead in the 4th quarter. Sad. As for the star-studded crowd, »
- TMZ Staff
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Jimmy Fallon suggested a new game for the family to play on Thanksgiving, preferably outdoors: "Water War," a twist on the card game "War," where the loser of each hand has to be doused with water. Daniel Radcliffe played Tuesday on "The Tonight Show" and, well, he's really going to need a change of underwear before that film premiere. The overall winner got to water cannon the loser. As a side note, it's hard to get used to DanRad with that shaved head. But he does Not look like Voldemort!
- Gina Carbone
“We have to continue to fight to tell our stories our way, ” Quincy Jones preached to a filled ballroom at the Beverly Wilshire Monday night.
Many wise words were shared during the evening as The Paley Center honored the icon during its Hollywood Tribute to African-American Achievements in Television event. Even though Jerrod Carmichael received a wave of applause for his NBC show, the comic could not keep his composure after he followed the legendary music composer on stage.
“I know that I’m not supposed to say curse words, but that was Quincy f—ing Jones,” Carmichael said.
Diahann Carroll and Black Entertainment Television were also highlighted during the gala. The network, originally formed by Bob Johnson, was noted as the first black-owned company to be made public on the New York Stock Exchange.
Throughout the evening there were video montages of African-Americans in television by category: drama, sports, »
- Mannie Holmes
The Paley Center first celebrated African-American achievements in television at the inaugural New York City event this past May. After a wildly successful night, the nonprofit media organization knew a Los Angeles-based fete had to be planned.
“What was so remarkable is that in the weeks that followed, we were inundated with folks who asked, ‘Are you going to have a Hollywood tribute to African Americans in television?’ The excitement and the energy is more than anything I’ve ever seen,” Maureen Reidy, president and CEO at The Paley Center for Media, tells Variety.
This season’s same event, The Paley Center for Media’s Hollywood Tribute to African-American Achievements in Television, presented by JPMorgan Chase & Co., held Monday night at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, will welcome the likes of “Black-ish” star Anthony Anderson, “Empire’s” Terrence Howard, Tyler Perry, Tyra Banks and “Selma’s” Ava DuVernay.
Attendees will present »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Behind every one of your favorite movie posters, buzzworthy trailers or contests involving your favorite movie star is the marketing team with the brain power to make it happen. The successful communications teams behind such films as Minions, Taken 3 and Steve Jobs were honored Thursday night for Hollywood advertising's most prestigious honors, the Key Art Awards. Black-ish star Anthony Anderson hosted the Clio Key Art Awards partnered with The Hollywood Reporter at the Dolby Theater, home of the Oscars. Over 1200 people attended the event. "Who the f— is responsible for me and my family looking like a
- Arlene Washington
The N Word. The debate over gun control. Clogged arteries.
These topics would probably all score Big Red Xs on a Family Feud survey of “funniest sitcom topics.” Yet in its provocatively bold second season, ABC’s black-ish has tackled ’em all — and in the process, become one of the best comedies on television.
This isn’t to suggest that black-ish has entered Afterschool Special territory: Not with moments like Jenifer Lewis’ eternally indignant Grandma Ruby huffing “Can you believe this n—-r?” after son Dre (Anthony Anderson) schools »
ABC has given a second season to “500 Questions,” the intellect-themed trivia show created by reality competition series ace Mark Burnett and Warner Bros. unscripted and alternative television president Mike Darnell.
“I am so glad we are back; I love this game show event. To win, these geniuses need both brains and endurance as they tackle television’s toughest questions,” said Burnett.
“500 Questions” received a straight-to-series order last year. It aired in May as a multi-night primetime event, where it averaged a modest 1.05 rating in adults 18-49 and 4.8 million viewers overall, according to live plus same-day Nielsen estimates. Despite these numbers, ABC was proud the show took a different approach in the unscripted space, and believed their was room for growth after its first run.
“When we created ‘500 Questions,’ our hope was to bring the event game show back to primetime,” said Darnell. “Thanks to ABC, we had a great summer run and achieved that goal. »
- Whitney Friedlander
The as-yet-untitled series will be based on Minaj's pre-superstar life in Queens, New York. The Nineties-set show will explore the Trinidad and Tobago-born artist's "vibrant immigrant family and the personal and musical evolution that lead to her eventual rise to stardom," reports Deadline.
"This is one of the more unique adventures I've ever embarked on," Minaj told Deadline. "I »
Take one look at your overcrowded DVR, and you’ll have all the confirmation you need that fall TV is in full swing.
That can only mean one thing: TVLine’s Quotes of the Week is jam-packed with the best bon mots, zingers and one-liners from the past week of (35!) premieres.
RelatedPerformer of the Week: black-ish‘s Anthony Anderson
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It's been a tough year for love in Hollywood. Alvina Stewart, Anthony Anderson's wife of 20 years, has filed for divorce, People reports. According to the court documents, the couple, who were high school sweethearts and tied the knot back in 1999, have been separated since April 2014. Anthony and Alvina share two children, 19-year-old Kira and 15-year-old Nathan, and Alvina is seeking primary physical custody and joint legal custody of Nathan, as well as spousal support. Anthony currently stars on the hit TV show Black-ish. »
- Monica Sisavat
The Performer | Anthony Anderson
The Show | black-ish
The Episode | “The Word” (Sept. 23, 2015)
The Performance | He may not have saved 155 lives in a spectacular emergency landing, but from a comedic standpoint, Anthony Anderson’s performance as Dre Johnson in the Season 2 premiere of black-ish approached Capt. Sully Sullenberger levels of daring.
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In an episode that began with Dre’s grade-school-age son Jack dropping the N-word during a talent-show performance of Kanye West’s “Gold Digger,” Anderson managed to score enormous laughs while his character led an impassioned examination (and occasionally a »
While Anthony Anderson's career seems to be on a constant rise, it looks as though his personal life is hitting some trouble. E! News has confirmed that the Black-ish star's wife, Alvina Stewart, has filed for divorce from the actor, citing the ever-so-popular "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split. The high school sweethearts, who married in 1999, have two children together, Kyra Anderson, 19, and Nathan Anderson, 15 (who recently joined him on the red carpet for the Emmy Awards). According to the court documents obtained by E! News, Alvina is requesting joint legal custody of the minor and primary physical custody, with Anthony getting "reasonable visitation." »
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