Conversation with . . . Raven-Symoné

21 09 2010

by Kam Williams

She’s So Raven! 
Born in Atlanta, Georgia on December 10, 1985, Raven-Symone’ Christina Pearman got an early start in showbiz when she was signed by the Ford Modeling Agency while she was still in diapers. After appearing in TV ads for everything from Cool Whip to Jello, she was invited to join the cast of “The Cosby Show.”  She’s best known for the Emmy-nominated comedy series “That’s So Raven” on the Disney Channel where she played the title character Raven Baxter, a teenager who periodically has psychic visions of the future. Read the rest of this entry »

FilmGordon Radio | 4.15.10

15 04 2010

It’s Tax Day 2010, we prove once again that there’s nothing more certain than Death, Taxes and . . . movies! On the latest episode of “Keeping It Reel” with FilmGordon we talk “Treme,” “The Ones That Got Away” with James Hill and count them SIX movie reviews of films in theater tomorrow! Read the rest of this entry »

Reel Images | Death at a Funeral

15 04 2010

Here is a gallery for producer and star Chris Rock’s remake of the 2007 British dark comedy, “Death at a Funeral.” Read the rest of this entry »

Foxx Returns to TV

29 03 2010

Oscar winner actor/singer/comedian Jamie Foxx, who skyrocketed to stardom on the sketch comedy show, “In Living Color” has agreed to return to FOX TV with what else . . . another urban-flavored sketch comedy show. Read the rest of this entry »

Conversations with . . . Tracy Morgan

26 02 2010

Brooklyn-born Tracy Morgan started out in showbiz in his teens, doing standup until he was invited to join Saturday Night Live’s ensemble cast in 1996. During his seven seasons on SNL, the colorful comedian played such memorable characters as Brian Fellows, Astronaut Jones and Woodrow while also doing impersonations of everyone from Al Sharpton to Star Jones to Aretha  Franklin. Recently, Tracy is co-starring opposite Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin on the Emmy-winning NBC series “30 Rock.” Read the rest of this entry »