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They Call Me Dae: The Movie Poster Is Here! (Film)

I’m so excited to share with you the movie poster artwork from my first narrative film, They Call Me Dae. The film gives a short glimpse into the life of DeCalia, a female bully who prides herself in fighting other girls. Some of you may remember Dae […]

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Victoria Beckham kicks fake boobs to the curb (Photos)

Most girls grow up wanting and believing that they have to be somebody’s version of perfect–even if it isn’t their own version. So, its interesting that today there were two news stories where celebrities were talking about their bodies. The first story involved Raven Symone’s weight loss. […]

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Raven Symone’s Weight Loss Comments (Photos)

I’ve been surfing the web and noticed that my girl, Raven Simon has lost a bunch of weight, is looking fab and is also talking about it. Not talking about how she lost the weight, but talking about the fact that she loved herself as thick and […]

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10 Things I Learned About Filmmaking in 2010

I became a full-fledged filmmaker in 2010. My film, Can She Be Saved was officially selected in 15 Film Festivals and picked up 4 awards along the way. While I was in my filmmaker glory, I was listening, learning and paying attention. And so, I want to […]

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My Movie Of The Week: Faster (Movie Trailer)

Hey, I like The Rock. I’m going to check out Faster… What do you think? Worth the price of admission?? Let me know…

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Just Read: The Girl Who Played With Fire (Video)

People are often wondering what I’m reading and on a complete whim (I was in the airport and saw someone else pick it up)–I bought the book, The Girl Who Played With Fire. The book was authored by Stieg Larsson and its a fantastic book. But its […]

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Dancing With The Stars is Rigged?: What do you think?

For those of YOU who are watching Dancing with The Stars, I understand that my girl, Brandy was robbed recently. Well, I read on Yahoo News! that ABC is acknowledging some voting issues from the show that was on Monday, November 22, 2010. People, people, people, when […]

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Kanye Admits Contemplating Suicide: But Look DEEPER

I just read on a couple of blogs that Kanye recently admitted to contemplating suicide. I want to make a clarification that contemplating or thinking about suicide is not the act itself. Artists are emotional creatures by nature. We experience the highest of highs and the lowest […]

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Get Your Laugh On!: This is Messed Up! (Video)

On my quest to help everyone–including myself– get more chuckles in my life, I gotta share my daily dose of “Get Your Laugh On!” So, laugh it up, tell a friend, come back to my site, tomorrow.

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My Movie Of The Week: The Town (Video Trailer)

I’m in the theater on this one. Are you with me? Ben Affleck is outstanding as a writer/director and actor!

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In Case You Missed It: A Documentary You Gotta See…

I just finished watching the documentary, Deliver Us From Evil which is about the 30-year pedophile history of Father Oliver O’Grady who molested, raped and abused countless children in California from the 70’s and onward. The documentary shows how the Catholic church moved Father O’Grady from place […]

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My Movie of The Week: Machete (Video Trailer)

This is what I’m watching this weekend. Will you join me? Check out the trailer below.

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Sex Tapes: Why do we care so much? (Photo)

I’m stumped by the American fascination with the sex tape. I’m surprised at how the sex tape has launched so many careers. When I hear that someone has a sex tape, I immediately think, “And?” I don’t think stuff like, “He or she MUST have TALENT.” I […]

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My Movie Of The Week: Charlie St. Cloud (Video)

Some of you are probably saying, ‘Uh, no way!’ to my movie of the week. However, I saw the promos in the movie trailer and the film has a real dose of fantasy, sentiment, family-ties,–a lot of great stuff. So, I’m going to go see it. I’ll […]

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Screening in Alexandria, VA: Can She Be Saved? Comes to Old Towne

Hey there. As a part of the opening night ceremony for Female Shorts: Film & Video Showcase, my film, Can She Be Saved? will be screened. The screening will take place on Thursday, June 3rd at the Torpedo Factory, 105 N. Union St, Alexandria, VA. The reception […]

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Stand For Peace Assemblies & Screenings: Major Successes!

I met some really motivated young people at Trenton Central High School today. I had two assemblies and a luncheon meet and greet. I just want to thank the students for sharing their stories and speaking up. I met some young entrepreneurs, aspiring actors, and just all-around […]

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My Movie Of The Week: Sex and the City 2

The preview and trailer is CRAZY! It opens this week and I’m in the theater on this one!

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Film News: Can She Be Saved? Goes International!

The International Youth Film Festival Festival in the UK has selected Can She Be Saved? to screen at its 2010 festival which features Sir Anthony Hopkins as a patron. The film festival is being held in Port Talbot, South Wales from August 3 – 7th, 2010. The […]

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My Movie Of The Week: Just Wright

People have said that this movie is Love and Basketball 2010 but I don’t know about that. Love and Basketball is classic and untouchable as far as I’m concerned. Director, Gina Prince Blythewood did her thing with that movie. But anyway, love to Queen Latifah and Common […]

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My Movie Week Confession!

Yo! The line was so long for Iron Man 2 which was my last week movie of the week that I had to see The Back Up Plan! That’s right. My back up plan was seeing the Back Up Plan! The movie was fine. A lot of […]

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