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From one Queen to Another
Jennifer hudson is all set to play the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.
The 37-year-old singer and actress said on Wednesday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that it's a dream come true to portray the late singer in a new biopic.
"It's always been my dream to play Aretha, and it's actually happening," she told host Ellen DeGeneres.
"The Voice" coach confirmed Franklin handpicked her for the film, which is in early production.
"It blows my mind," she said. "I've always looked up to Aretha and to portray her -- I can't even speak about it because it's like, 'Oh, that's a huge task.'"
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We all know Bill Cosby is getting 3-10 years in the klink for getting into the #metoo movement, but.......
Josh Segarra, Michael-Leon Wooley, Katerina Tannenbaum, and Tia Carrere join the cast of AJ and the Queen, the upcoming Netflix comedy series starring Emmy Award-winning RuPaul Charles.
The series is written by Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City) and RuPaul Charles who will both serve as executive producers.
Josh Segarra will play Hector. Segarra can also be seen in as 'Jason' in the feature remake of Overboard (MGM), 'Adrian Chase/Prometheus' on Arrow (The CW), and 'C.O' Stefanovic on Orange is the New Black (Netflix). Other recent credits include Judd Apatow's feature film Trainwreck and as 'Billy Cepeda' in the comedy series Sirens on USA.
Michael-Leon Wooley will play Louis. Wooley is a Broadway, TV & film actor who was the voice of Louis, a high-strung jazz singing, trumpet playing alligator in Disney's Oscar nominated animated feature film, The Princess and the Frog. Michael has also appeared in Grace & Frankie, Dreamgirls, Premium Rush, Ghost Town and My Father's Will.
Katerina Tannenbaum will play Brianna. Tannenbaum is best known for her recurring role of Becky in the Starz series Sweetbitter and the recurring role of Lelia in Freeform's The Bold Type. As a model, Katerina has worked with brands including Gap, Adidas, Nordstrom, L'Oreal, and more.
Tia Carrere will play Lady Danger. Since her breakthrough role as Cassandra Wong in Wayne's World, Carrere has starred in True Lies, Rising Sun, and Relic Hunter. The two-time Grammy Award winner also voiced Nani in the Disney franchise Lilo and Stitch, and has recently appeared in Blue Bloods, Hawaii 5-0, and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Talk isn't cheap.....or is it?
We say goodbye to a man with many jobs in the media world and say hello to an AI alum who has been more successful.
Comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey has become a household name on the radio, big screen and TV. Now the comic is about to lose one of his crowning entertainment jewels, his daytime talk show, “Steve.” The talk show is scheduled to reach its series finally at the end of the year, however, according to The Hollywood Reporter, it has been replaced with a new show in the same slot in some markets.
The talk show series will be hosted by pop star, “American Idol” winner and “The Voice” coach Kelly Clarkson, who reportedly filmed the pilot episode earlier this year. NBCUniversal has already begun airing the show in markets including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami and Washington, D.C. NBCUniversal canceled “Steve” after two seasons on Sept. 19, 2018, due to low ratings two weeks after the second season debuted on Sept. 4, 2018. But at 61, Harvey’s star is far from declining. Harvey continues to host the hit TV game show “Family Feud” and his production company and stays busy with charitable works. Recently, it was also announced that his weekly radio show was being pulled from the Dallas market, however, he remains a strong force in other urban radio markets.
But in the long term, the casualty could turn out to be the long-running soap opera Days of Our Lives, which has aired on NBC since 1965 but is only renewed through next summer. Days has been on the cancellation bubble for years as one of the last classic soaps still airing in network daytime.
A bit of a news story from Monroe, La and something's not right here......
The people at That's Right was supposed to have a game today, but.....the little green countdown counter showed at least 33 days. We checked and it's right at Halloween which is the earliest. The reason why is that there are problems with players not seeing the questions and the answers for some people in the iOs field. As soon as the bug is squashed, it'll be back to game play. I'm guessing it might be dead in the water, but who knows?