Marisa Tomei has landed a gig with last season’s breakout hit, Empire.
The Oscar-winner has signed on for a multi-episode stretch on the Hip-Hop series. Tomei will play Mimi Whiteman, a demanding venture capitalist who becomes involved in The Lyon family drama.
According to Deadline.com, Mimi is said to be a lover of hip hop music, social trends, high-end fashion and beautiful women.
The beloved doll is now Vlogging on YouTube. Barbie is no novice to being on camera, especially since she’s been actively doing movies. But now she’s letting her fans into her world, by Vlogging from her bedroom.
In her first Vlog, seen below, Barbie shares he favorite school subjects, why she doesn’t like spiders, her love for nail painting and much more.
Marlon Wayans is adamant about making a White Chicks 2.
The comedian took to Twitter to post a faux White Chicks 2 movie poster. He caption the photo: ” Show of hands who wants to see the sequel to this? 300,000 likes and I may make this our next movie.”
The photo has received over 407,000 likes on Instagram and over 700,000 likes on Facebook.
Talks of a sequel to the hit 2004 movie have been circulating for years. In 2014, Wayans told The Grio that a change in the film sales market had prevented the possibility of a sequel. He said,“I think people are scared that it’s 10 years removed. Overseas markets have changed and selling foreign isn’t as lucrative as it was for these types of movies.”
Due to the outpouring of support, Wayans now says it’s his mission to make the film.
“The response has been overwhelming and amazing,” Wayans told HuffPost about the photo.
“This movie is something that my fans really want,” Wayans said. “This is a movie that definitely should be made. I’m on a mission to make this happen. I know with all that’s happened in the pop culture and the socialite circles since the original White Chicks we can surely knock a sequel way out the park.”
Tamera Mowry-Housley is now a mom of two! The talk show host and husband Adam Housley welcome their second child, a girl, on Wednesday (July 1).
Housley, a senior correspondent for Fox News, posted the news on Twitter.
Adam tweeted, “Ariah Talea Housley was born at 2:54. … We are so excited to have Ariah here. Such a strong girl!”
Keeping with the ‘A’ tradition. Little Ariah joins big brother named Aden, 2 1/2.
Congrats to the The Housleys.
Former View host Sherri Shepherd has settled her divorce.
After a nasty almost year-long court battle, Shepherd will pay $4,100 per month in child support for 10 month-old son Lamar Jr. until he turns 13, at that point her payments will increase to $4,600, according to TMZ.
The settlement also says that Shepherd can still move forward with her fraud claim against ex-husband, Lamar Sally, 44, and if the appeals court rules in her favor, she will no longer be mandated to pay child support.
The actress also asked that the embryos she shares with Sally be destroyed. Sally has not given his decision on the matter, but should any of the embryos be brought to term, the agreement stipulates that Shepherd will not be financially responsible for them.
The all-women Ghostbusters cast won’t be showing skin in this film.
The Powers That Be decided to keep the costumes for the ladies in-line with the original jumpsuits that the men wore in the original film.
Paul Feig, 52, the director of the film gave fans a sneak peek at the uniforms that will be worn by the four main busters.
Feig Tweeted the picture on Monday along with the hashtag “#whatyougonnawear” – and if you don’t get that reference, you may not be as excited about this new Ghostbusters movie as the rest of the Internet.
The Ghostbusters reboot stars Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy.
Tom Cruise may be heading into the Danger Zone again.
Rumor has it that Cruise will reprise his wildly-talked about role as Maverick in Top Gun.
Skydance CEO David Ellison recently shared that preparations are underway for the new project.
He said, “Justin Marks is writing the screenplay right now. He has a phenomenal take to really update that world for what fighter pilots in the Navy has turned into today. It is very much a world we live in today where it’s drone technology and fifth generation fighters … It’s really exploring the end of an era of dogfighting and fighter pilots and what that culture is today. There is an amazing role for Maverick in the movie, and there is no Top Gun without Maverick, and it is going to be Maverick playing Maverick.”