The loveable Saturday morning cartoon, The Smurfs, blast into theatres this weekend in CGI 3D. The Smurfs are set loose in New York City with fun, crazy, chaotic results. Papa Smurf and company end up reaching NYC while escaping the evil wizard Gargamel. After wandering in the city, they end up taking refuge in the apartment of a New York marketing executive played by Neil Patrick Harris. The rest of the story is all about how the Smurfs try to save themselves from the evil clutches of Gargamel. This weekend the whole family should feel Blue!!! Go see the Smurfs in 3D it’s sure to be a family favorite this weekend.

Marvel Studios brings Captain America, the patriotic comic book superhero to the big screen this weekend. Captain America the First Avenger tells the story of Steve Rogers, who is played by Chris Evans who also played the “Human Torch” from the Marvel Fantastic Four series. Rogers, a young man from Brooklyn wants to join the […]


via:eurweb The sequel to “Waiting to Exhale” is bout ready to start. At the Essence Music Festival, the author Terry McMillian said she’s working on the third draft of a script and hopes to have it finished by July. Read More

via:eurweb This summer, Gospel lovers will be running to the movie theater for new documentary, “Rejoice and Shout” by Don McGlynn. The feature length documentary chronicles the history of Gospel music and opens June 3 at New York’s Film Forum in the spirit of Black Music Month. Click Here To See The Trailer For “Rejoice […]

“I have been fortunate to work in the film industry, though not as much as I would like. I have a passion for storytelling, and have been doing it through my music for some time.”


Universal Pictures is moving forward with “Memphis,” a feature film that explores the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


If you’re wondering just how did Jennifer Hudson prepare for her role as Winnie Mandela, she went to jail!


via:vibemagazine Halle Berry said she will not be playing Aretha Franklin in a biopic, despite the iconic singer’s request. Berry dismissed the rumors while speaking with E! News on the Golden Globes red carpet and cited her inability to sing as too big of an obstacle in undertaking the role. “If I could carry a […]

Christian filmmaker Olivia Klaus goes inside California prisons to hear the stories of survivors of domestic violence who killed their husbands.


Movieline has confirmed that Lionsgate shortened the title of Perry’s award season ensembler For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf to just For Colored Girls.