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  • Jennifer Hudson and Seal to Perform at the 40th NAACP Image Awards

    JENNIFER HUDSON AND SEAL TO PERFORM AT "40TH NAACP IMAGE AWARDS" THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, LIVE ON FOX Sean "Diddy" Combs, Taraji P. Henson, Keke Palmer, Regina Taylor and Kerry Washington to Appear on Star-Studded Special Coinciding with...
  • A tale of two movies: 'Hounddog' & 'The Secret Life of Bees'

    Hey! Did you see the movie in which Dakota Fanning plays a young girl coming of age in the Deep South in the 1960s, without a mother and with a mentally unstable and occasionally abusive father, who eventually extricates herself from her situation and...
  • Review: 'Sex Drive'

    If the title doesn't say it clearly enough, " Sex Drive" is about young men (mostly), young women (tangentially), cars and sex (or the lack thereof). Shot by cinematographer Tim Orr, the look of the film wavers between a startlingly natural, sunlit...
  • Review: 'What Just Happened'

    It's not until the last few minutes of "What Just Happened" that the film's title is posed as a question, not by the protagonist but by his ex-wife. She doesn't get a straight answer, as, presumably, she never has. Her former husband is a Hollywood...
  • Review: 'The Secret Life of Bees'

    I get why Dakota Fanning keeps getting offered these motherless waif roles in Southern-fried melodramas. Those saucer eyes, that lunar pallor, the Georgia accent, the guts to rat her hair into a dull mat and skulk around in shabby rooms that scream my-...
  • Review: 'Max Payne'

    There's film noir, and then there's " Max Payne," which is so dark it looks as if the negative were dropped in a puddle of ink. In the Stygian gloom of John Moore's video-game derivative, there's no contrast between light and shadow, only between...
  • 'Max Payne,' 'Chihuahua,' 'Bees' out-poll 'W'

    LOS ANGELES - Movie-goers elected a "W," but it was Mark Wahlberg, not George W. Bush. Wahlberg's action flick "Max Payne" debuted with $18 million to outdo Oliver Stone's film biography of George W. Bush, according to studio estimates Sunday. Stone's...
  • Richard Donner says 'Lethal Weapon 5' is 'dead in the water'

    Richard Donner, who directed and produced all four "Lethal Weapon" films but found himself excluded from the recent plans to make a fifth, now says that his old friend Mel Gibson has walked away from the franchise revival. "Mel turned it down," Donner...
  • 'Dark Knight' sweeps People's Choice Awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - "The Dark Knight" soared away with every trophy it was nominated for Wednesday at the 35th annual fan-favorite CBS ceremony. The caped crusader flick won five awards, including favorite cast, superhero, action movie and on-screen...
  • Knowles, Keys, Hudson grab music, film Image noms

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Beyonce Knowles, Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson are all multitasking for the NAACP Image Awards, earning nominations Wednesday in both music and film categories. Knowles, Keys and Hudson are competing against one another for...
  • Rasheda's Rundown: Weekend Tidbits

    Find out what celebs do on the weekends! So, not a whole lot went on over the weekend, but I did find some things that might catch your attention. Charles Barkley won't have to wear pink as long as he thought. His sentence from that DUI has been...
  • Park City's other film festival

    Park City's other film festival
    Every year about this time aspiring filmmakers head to Utah to show their work. Hoping to launch their career or at least make that next important contact, they flock to a festival that emphasizes scrappy self-reliance, low-budget creativity and the...