Last nights 2022 Oscar Awards did go left for a minute, with brotherly love going straight out the window when actor/comedian Chris Rock clowned Jada Pinkett Smith resulting in Will Smith coming way out of his Hollywood hook-up and slapping the s##t out of Chris Rock. But the night wasn’t all New Jack City like, as a […]
Today on the Bijou Star files on 93.1 WZAK, September 17, 2020: Click to Listen Live and read more on these stories below. End of an era: Cleveland’s I-X Center to close at the end of this year due to pandemic After 35 years of hosting auto shows, indoor amusement parks, home & garden shows, and more, Cleveland’s […]
It’s been almost two decades since Samuel L. Jackson kicked ass first and took names later as John Shaft and though it seemed like that original film was destined to be a one-off, it turns out that Warner Bros. isn’t done dealing with the bad mutha – well, y’all know the rest. In the first […]
Some Italian citizens were outraged when they thought Jackson & Johnson were immigrants shopping on the government’s dime. Two of the most prolific figures in Hollywood and sports were mistaken for poor immigrants while vacationing in Italy. Actor Samuel L. Jackson and sports legend Magic Johnson sat on a bench after their shopping sprees at Louis Vuitton and […]
While Colin Kaepernick has kept quiet amid the swirl of controversy surrounding his free agency, the quarterback’s girlfriend has not. Radio/TV personality Nessa posted a photo of NFL star Ray Lewis hugging Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti from behind. Underneath that pic was a photo from “Django Unchained” showing Samuel L. Jackson’sUncle Tom slave character similarly hugging his master, played by Leonardo DiCaprio. And Nessa […]
Plus, "Get Out" actor responds to Samuel L. Jackson's claims that British actors cannot understand the African-American experience and the GOP healthcare bill could force women to pay to give birth.
“I tend to wonder what that movie [Get Out] would have been with an American brother who really feels that,” Jackson said. The satirical horror film Get Out, which in its second week held box-office success, prompted a controversial response from one of Hollywood’s most respected actors, Samuel L. Jackson, The Guardian reports. Jackson used a Tuesday interview […]
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Joseph Fiennes, a White English actor most known for his role in "Shakespeare In Love," will be playing Michael Jackson in a new movie about his road trip with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando called Elizabeth, Michael & Marlon.