“Thunder Soul” gives an in-depth look at a musical movement sparked by a firecracker that exploded onto the scene and turned an average band into the bomb! An ode to those who choose hearts over dollar signs and a sure favorite for real music lovers. And with a PG rating, it’s a touching tale for the entire family to witness together. Check it out Friday, Sept. 23 in Cleveland at Regal Richmond and Cinemark Valley View theaters.
Like Diana Ross, Whitney Houston made a successful leap from singing to acting. While Ross earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Billie Holiday in 1972’s “Lady Sings the Blues,” Houston starred in one of the most successful love stories of all time, “The Bodyguard,” co-starring Kevin Costner. Reportedly, the script had originally been written for Diana Ross and Ryan O’Neal.
Here, Viola Davis talks about her latest outing as Aibileen in The Help, a compelling tale of survival, set inMississippi during the waning days of Jim Crow segregation, which explores the unspoken tensions simmering just below the surface between well-to-do white women and their African-Americantalks about her latest outing as Aibileen in The Help, a compelling tale of survival, set inMississippi during the waning days of Jim Crow segregation, which explores the unspoken tensions simmering just below the surface between well-to-do white women and their African-American maids.
After kicking off the network, the popular 1978 musical starring Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and Richard Pryor will be followed by Sidney Poitier headlining the classic drama "A Raisin in the Sun" at 3 p.m. Bounce TV’s first week of prime time television then begins later that evening with part one of a two night double feature of one of the most acclaimed filmmakers of our generation, Spike Lee.
What better multi-talented actor to play the part of bad boy ‘Silk’ in this Fall’s touring revival of “Why Do Good Girls Like Bad Boyz?” than the actor we have come to know as simply Leon?
Dr. Jeni LeGon is a living pioneer in the entertainment industry, who was once known as the best tap dancer in the world. She was also the first woman of color to receive a long-term contract inHollywood, but there were lots of twists and turns on her path to success.
As the film unfolds, we find corporate executive Beth Emhoff (Paltrow) fighting a cough as she flies back to Minneapolis following a business trip to Hong Kong. En route, she takes a phone call from an ex-boyfriend she apparently just shared a rendezvous with during a brief layover in Chicago. Upon arriving home, Beth’s symptoms escalate to include a fever, seizures and finally foaming at the mouth before she succumbs to the disease in less than 48 hours.