*Danai Maraire brings you exclusive interviews with the cast of the new film that brings to life a Saturday morning cartoon favorite.
“The Smurfs,” stars Katy Perry, Neil Patrick Harris, George Lopez, Sofia Vergara and more as the cuddly little blue characters from our childhood.
There are 100s of the smurfs in total so I thought it’d be fun to see how many the cast could name. How many smurfs can you name? Having trouble? No worries, take a look at the video and see how you stack up.
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*A new documentary, highly anticipated by most and long over due for others, hits theaters this weekend.
Michael Rappaport’s long awaited tribute to 90s hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest takes us behind the music for an intimate look at the ups and downs of one of the genre’s most beloved bands.
We went one on one with both Phife Dawg (in this posting) and Rappaport (in another posting) to discuss the film.
Take a first look here at “Beats, Rhymes & Life,” aptly coined after the band’s 1996 album of the same name, and recall why we think the film is a MUST SEE and why we’ve decided to repurchase our lost Tribe CDs.
*Hey everybody, Danai Maraire from AttaGirlEntertainment.com here. Take a look at interviews (below) I did with the cast of “Jumping the Broom” including Paula Patton, Loretta Devine, Angela Bassett, Laz Alonso, Tasha Smith, Mike Epps as well as Tracey Edmonds, the film’s producer and others.
“Jumping the Broom” from Sony Pictures, in conjunction with Bishop T.D Jakes, is directed by Salim Akil (married to Mara Brock Akil – producer of Girlfriends and the The Game.) We thoroughly enjoyed this wedding comedy for the ages and can’t wait to see what you guys think.