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Fox Searchlight Pictures comedy "Baggage Claim" has a new trailer. The comedy stars Paula Patton, Djimon Hounsou, Taye Diggs and Adam Brody, as well as Taye Diggs, Adam Brody, Christina Milian, Djimon Hounsou, Trey Songz. Derek Luke, Lauren London, La La Anthony and Jenifer Lewis. David E. Talbert directs and writes the script, based on his own novel. The film opens in theaters on September 27th, 2013. Determined to get engaged before her youngest sister's wedding, flight attendant Montana Moore (Paula Patton) finds herself with only 30 days to find Mr. Right. Using her airline connections to "accidentally" meet up with eligible ex-boyfriends and scour for potential candidates, she racks up more than 30,000 miles and countless comedic encounters, all the while searching for the perfect guy. »
An unmarried flight attendant races to find her soul mate in the first trailer for Baggage Claim, the latest comedy from director David E. Talbert (First Sunday). Paula Patton stars as Montana Moore, a single stewardess who uses her work privileges to go on a journey to find the right man in only 30 days, before her younger sister gets married. Check out the latest footage from this romantic comedy, also starring Adam Brody, Djimon Hounsou, Christina Milian, and Taye Diggs.
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Determined to get engaged before her youngest sister's wedding, flight attendant Montana Moore (Paula Patton) finds herself with only 30 days to find Mr. Right. Using her airline connections to "accidentally" meet up with eligible ex-boyfriends and scour for potential candidates, she racks up more than 30,000 miles and countless comedic encounters, all the while searching for the perfect guy.
In Baggage Claim, Paula Patton (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol) stars as Montana Moore, a single flight attendant who gives herself 30 days to find the man of her dreams before her younger sister’s wedding. With the help of her friends and airport co-workers, she goes on a marathon of dates with past flames and jets all over the country in search of a future husband.
The airport-set romantic comedy is brought to us by writer/director David E. Talbert, a former playwright turned filmmaker who is best known for helming the comedy First Sunday (2008). His latest production stars Derek Luke (Antwone Fisher), Taye Diggs (Private Practice), Djimon Hounsou (Blood Diamond), Trey Songz (Texas Chainsaw 3D) and Boris Kodjoe (Resident Evil: Retribution) as the suitors; Jill Scott, Adam Brody (The O.C.), Tia Mowry (The Hot Chick), La La Anthony and Affion Crockett (A Haunted House) as ...
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- Daniel Johnson
"My relationships have never been cleared for takeoff..." Fox Searchlight has put out a trailer for their fall romantic comedy Baggage Claim, written & directed by David E. Talbert based on his own novel, starring Paula Patton as a beautiful flight attendant looking for Mr. Right. This looks about as cheesy as they come for romantic comedies, but maybe a few of folks will be interested in it. The supporting cast includes Derek Luke, Taye Diggs, Jill Scott, Boris Kodjoe, Trey Songz, Adam Brody, Tia Mowry, Lala Anthony and Djimon Hounsou. If you need a break from all the sci-fi and action and superheroes, give this a look. Watch the first official trailer for David E. Talbert's Baggage Claim, in high def from Apple: Determined to get engaged before her sister's wedding, flight attendant Montana Moore (Patton) finds herself with only 30 days to find Mr. Right. Using her airline connections »
- Alex Billington
Fox Searchlight has released the first trailer and poster for director David E. Talbert’s (First Sunday) romantic comedy Baggage Claim. The film stars Paula Patton as an unmarried flight attendant who becomes determined to find a man before her younger sister’s wedding. In order to aid her on her quest, her friends at the airport arrange several of her ex-boyfriends to cross her path. Though the “I need a man to make me feel whole” premise is rather played out and at least a little offensive, Baggage Claim actually looks like it has a few genuine laughs in store for audiences. Also, Adam Brody plays the “gay best friend” character, so there’s that. Hit the jump to watch the trailer. The film also stars Derek Luke, Taye Diggs, Jill Scott, Boris Kodjoe, Trey Songz, Tia Mowry, Lala Anthony, and Djimon Hounsou. Baggage Claim opens on September 27th. »
- Adam Chitwood
One of a few black romcoms on the horizon, here's your first official look at the trailer for playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim. Fox Searchlight moved the film's release date up by a month to September 27, 2013, in what will be one of the most crowded fall seasons in black cinema history, given the number of black films scheduled to open between August and December this year. Some actually had to be moved to early next year to avoid the competition. The ensemble cast also includes Paula Patton, Taye Diggs, Derek Luke, Trey Songz, Jill Scott, J Cole, Djimon Hounsou, Adam Brody, Boris »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Fox Searchlight has released, via iTunes Movie Trailers , the first trailer for writer-director David E. Talbert's Baggage Claim , hitting theaters on September 27. Check it out in the player below! Starring Paula Patton, Derek Luke, Octavia Spencer, Taye Diggs, Djimon Hounsou, Lauren London, Jill Scott and Adam Brody, Baggage Claim is based on David E. Talbert's 2005 novel, and follows a single flight attendant who jets around the country in search of a husband. The story centers on the thirty-something Montana Moore, who, frustrated with being single, embarks on a 30-day, 30,000-mile barnstorm across America to find an appropriate suitor. Along the way she encounters several interested prospects, including a preacher, a politician and a tycoon. »
One of a few black romcoms on the horizon, here's your first official look at playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim. Fox Searchlight moved the film's release date up by a month to September 27, 2013, in what will be one of the most crowded fall seasons in black cinema history, given the number of black films scheduled to open between August and December this year. Some actually had to be moved to early next year to avoid the competition. The ensemble cast also includes Paula Patton, Taye Diggs, Derek Luke, Trey Songz, Jill Scott, J Cole, Djimon Hounsou, Adam Brody, Boris Kodjoe, Tia »
- Tambay A. Obenson
The first season of The Americans came to a thrilling end in “The Colonel,” a gratifying resolver that still left plenty to ponder for Season 2.
Our favorite Directorate S agents were given two separate orders, Elizabeth (Keri Russell) was to meet the Colonel (Victor Slezak), with intelligence on President Regan’s Star Wars missile defense system, while Phillip (Matthew Rhys) was ordered to retrieve a the latest recording from Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger’s study bug, which audiences learned from last week, was compromised by Agent Gaad’s (Richard Thomas) task force.
Orders came from Claudia (Margo Martindale) in another icy exchange with Elizabeth, sparking suspicion from her and Phillip, that the meeting with the Colonel was most likely, a setup due to its sudden urgency and level of intelligence exchanged. It was finally agreed upon that they carry out the orders as planned–until Phillip changes the plans at the last minute, »
- Ernie Estrella
An update to a project we first alerted you to over a year ago, in February 2012. Danny Glover stars in the indie feature project titled Supremacy, based on a true story about a recently-paroled white supremacist who, "after killing a police officer, takes an African American family hostage." The film is directed by Deon Taylor, whose most recent and maybe most prominent work was the 2010 indie horror/thriller titled Chain Letter. Derek Luke, Evan Ross, Lela Rochon, Joe Anderson (The Grey, The River) and Dawn Olivieri (she plays Don Cheadle's ex-wife on Showtime's House Of Lies) round out the cast, »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Danny Glover, Julie Benz, Joe Anderson, Derek Luke, Anson Mount, Dawn Olivieri and Mahershala Ali star. Producers are Roxanne Avent and Vince Cirrincione with Aaron L. Gilbert and Robert Smith exec producing.
Story, penned by Eric J. Adams, recounts one night for a black family held captive by a leader in the Aryan Brotherhood (portrayed by Anderson) on the run from the law.
The Exchange’s slate at Cannes will also include Randall Miller’s “Cbgb,” Richard Lagravanese’s “The Last 5 Years,” Jean-Claude Van Damme’s “Swelter” and Sebastian Silva’s thriller “Magic Magic,” which will have its international premiere in the Directors’ Fortnight. »
- Dave McNary
In the video interview below, Lance Gross tells New York’s Hot 97 hosts Angie Martinez and DJ Enuff, that he was up for the Harrison Wright role in Scandal, but obviously lost to Columbus Short. He also says that he wanted to play P Diddy in Notorious, but the part ended up going to Derek Luke. Being an actress myself, I will add that he was probably one of several actors who auditioned for those roles, so it may not necessarily mean that, in the case of Scandal for example, the job came down to either him or Columbus Short. But can you see Lance Gross as a "Gladiator in a suit?" Or as P Diddy? I just can't see him in Scandal, but I think he may have been a better choice for P. Diddy »
- Natasha Greeves
I suppose we could call this a "first look" at the movie, even though it isn't much. Christina Milian who co-stars in playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim, posted the above photo on Instagram last night, with the caption: #sneakpeak ScreenShot of Derek Luke and me in the movie #BaggageClaim with #PaulaPatton starring. Sept 27th release! I'm excited, the movie is super cute! #romamticcomedy #movie #derekluke Lots of hashtags there. Fox Searchlight moved the film's release date up by a month to September 27, 2013, in what will be one of the most crowded fall seasons in black cinema history, given the number of »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Aside from Rhodey in Iron Man, there have not been many major characters of color included in the Marvel films so far.
I’m happy to say that I’m in a good deal of the movie and I play an integral part with Captain America taking down the winter soldier.
Mackie also gave details on what the costume would be like:
They just released pictures of the costume last week. It’s more of a military style tactical costume. He’s more along the lines of »
- Alex Corey
“I don’t see a whole lot of future in my sleep tonight.” Stan Beeman says that to Phillip Jennings in “Only You,” my second favorite episode of The Americans after “Gregory.” And as it happens, “Only You” feels like a sequel, or at least a bookend, to “Gregory,” killing off one of the show’s most memorable characters, Derek Luke’s Gregory — the American-born ally of the Kgb and Elizabeth Jennings’ sometime-lover — in a lyrically violent set piece preceded by an emotionally wrenching buildup. Stan delivers that line while sitting in the recently separated Phillip’s hotel room, and although it plays in the scene like an amusing, accidental inversion of what he probably meant to say (“I don’t see a whole lot of sleep in my future tonight”), it comes to seem like foreshadowing near the end, when Gregory goes out in a hail of bullets in a suicide-by-cop. »
- Matt Zoller Seitz
Directed by Adam Arkin
Written by Bradford Winters
Airs Wednesday nights at 10pm Et on FX
In a surprising move, The Americans shows us its hand halfway through ‘Only You’, an episode focused solely around the FBI’s hunt for Chris Amador’s murderer. In a scene near the episode’s midpoint Phillip and Elizabeth – now living in separate quarters – go to meet Granny, who tells them that it’s time to move Gregory out of the country. He’ll be rewarded she tells them, but she wonders if he’ll be able to adjust to life in the Soviet Union. Elizabeth thinks so – Phillip isn’t so convinced, which leads Granny to subtly suggest that if Gregory should decide not to go, there’s always another option to tie up the loose end.
From that moment on, ‘Only You’ makes it clear that Gregory will die. »
From its inception, The Americans has been a show about spies creating lives and facades in an effort to throw down a regime that they’ve been taught to need to destroy since they were youngsters. But, it also raises another idea in its midst, an idea amongst many, many others – people who aren’t raised in this life but are still nevertheless devoted to the cause or at the very least helping to build the cause, to give it weight and vitality. ‘Only You’ revolves around many of the events in the last few episode, really the whole season and brings Gregory back into the fold and provides closure, at least for now to things involving Amador’s death and Gregory’s involvement with the cause. It’s also a tense, dramatic hour of television.
- Nathan Smith
A review of tonight's "The Americans" coming up just as soon as I can find a travel agent staying in a motel under his own name... "But in a war, blood gets spilled. That's how it goes." -Agent Gaad The casualties of that war continue to mount in "Only You," in which Derek Luke's Gregory opts for commit suicide-by-cop over the culture shock of moving to Moscow. It's a memorable farewell (scored to Roberta Flack's "To Love Somebody," one of the show's better, less obvious musical cues), and one that speaks on some level to Philip's earlier interest in defecting. If »
- Alan Sepinwall
Prepare for another rung of the rumor mill concerning the character of T’Challa, better known as Black Panther. Following a now deleted Twitter post, the internet was abuzz that perhaps Chestnut had been hired as Black Panther, and that he’d be involved in Joss Whedon’s Avengers 2.
“It’s time to get familiar with the Black Panther character!”
This was removed, and now Chestnut posted this update:
“Not final, #BlackPanther may be in #avengers2 first. Rt @jamaal91604133: @Morris_Chestnut Can’t wait to see this movie. #BlackPanther
What does this mean? Nothing, for now. But the idea that Black Panther may make his debut in Avengers 2 just got a little bit more likely. As for Morris Chestnut? It’d be a massive boon for the actor, but »
- Andy Greene
April 15 is almost here, so you'd better file that tax return soon or else you might end up like Wesley Snipes. The “Blade” actor recently got out of prison after serving three years on tax evasion charges. According to TMZ, Snipes was released from McKean Federal Correctional Institution in Pennsylvania on April 2 and will continue to be under house arrest until July 19. The 50-year-old was convinced in 2008 on three misdemeanor counts for failing to file his tax returns and cheating the government out of $7 million. Throughout the case, Snipes maintained his innocence and blamed two co-defendants for advising him wrongly. But the government said he was part of a radical anti-tax group that doesn't believe the Internal Revenue Service has the power to collect taxes. His legal troubles have derailed Snipes's acting career. He had been set to star in Spike Lee's 2008 movie “Miracle at St. Anna,” but he was replaced by Derek Luke. »
- Kelly Woo
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