Recently, Ryan Murphy received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which is where he spoke about Cordelia and her girls. "The witches will be back," he said. "Not next season, but we have something really fun planned." Clearly Murphy has tapped into the fact that Ahs fans are diehard obsessed with the dames of Miss Robichaux's Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies.
"Being a young, black, queer woman in America, there was something I had to say .. a group of people I wanted to celebrate, and I'm happy to be representing them. I hope they feel seen, I hope they feel heard. I hope they feel loved. & I hope they feel celebrated" -@JanelleMonae pic.twitter.com/eXPZXyIgWe
- Norah O'Donnell
The Canadian-born singer lent her signature raspiness to "Say My Name," "Bills Bills Bills," "Survivor," "Bootylicious," and "Emotion," giving each song a slow, soulful rendition that Destiny's Child would surely appreciate. And those runs, honey! Obviously you can never beat a classic, but Cara's medley is definitely worth a second - or seventh - listen. Watch the video above!
The film stars Elizabeth Banks as a woman who seems to get a gift straight from god when a baby from another planet crash-lands on her farm. Unfortunately, as the years go by and her adopted son grows up, his true nature proves to be far more sinister than she or her husband (David Denman) could have ever imagined. What's worse? No one alive seems to be able to match his power. If that sounds sufficiently creepy enough for you,
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In "Blood of My Blood," Lord John Grey (David Berry) makes a stop at Jamie and Claire's homestead on his way to Lynchburg, Va, bringing his adopted son, William (Oliver Finnegan) with him. Of course, John, Claire, Jamie, and the viewers all know that William's biological father is Jamie himself, from when young Geneva Dunsany (Hannah James) blackmailed
In the first trailer, we're introduced to a world where, on the same day in October 1989, 43 women around the world wake up and miraculously (and inexplicably) deliver babies, despite having shown no symptoms of pregnancy prior to that. Seven of those children are adopted by eccentric billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves, who intends to use their superhuman abilities to save the world by forming the Umbrella Academy. However, the family/team fractures in their teenage years, and they all go their own separate ways. Sorry, universe.
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Academy Award nominee J.C. Chandor directs the movie, which follows a group of former Special Forces operatives who reunite in South America to pull off an epic cash heist to cripple one of the world's most violent cartels. Of course, things don't go according to plan (duh), and the men are forced to fight for survival while protecting not only themselves, but their country.
Watch the trailer above before Triple Frontier starts streaming in March 2019.
During Monday’s episode of Red Table Talk, the 47-year-old actress shared that she’d dated white men in the past but the relationships never lasted due to a difference in how she and her partners viewed race.
“I have dated some really wonderful white men but it was interesting in that you’re dating someone who has no idea what oppression is,” Pinkett Smith said.
She added, “He’s at the top of the food chain, he doesn’t understand. It’s a very hard thing
The 49-year-old Second Act actress spoke about Cooper’s directorial debut to Extra saying she and Smith had “talked about it and talked about developing the script.”
“It just never took off,” she explained. “Projects are like that.”
Despite the missed opportunity, Lopez said she was “really proud of Bradley” for “directing his first film and doing it.”
“We’re friends, and watching Lady Gaga do her thing in the movie, it’s just great,” she added.
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