Posts tagged Gabrielle Union

@MeaganGood & @ChrisBrown Added to Cast of @IAmSteveHarvey’s “Think Like a Man” Adaptation

Production on the film adaptation of Steve Harvey’s best-selling book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man: What Men Really Think About Relationships, Intimacy and Commitments has begun with Meagan Good and Chris Brown recently added to the cast.

They will appear alongside a star-studded group of Black Hollywood’s finest including, Michael Ealy, Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Lala Vasquez, Terrance J and others.

According to Shadow and Act, “In the film, four friends have their love lives shaken up after the women they are pursuing buy Harvey’s book and start taking his advice to heart. When the band of brothers find out that they have been betrayed by one of their own, they conspire to use the book’s teachings to turn the tables.”

The film is slated to hit the big screen April 2012. Will you go and see it in theaters or wait for the DVD?

Source blogs.indiewire.com


@SerenaWilliams @ItsGabrielleU @CMilianOfficial @EstelleDarlings & @LaLa Attend ESPY Awards Pre-party

The ESPY Awards will air live tonight at 9PM EST/8PM CST on ESPN. Hosted by Seth Myers, the ceremony will take place in Los Angeles and is attended by the hottest celebrities from the sports and entertainment industries. 

Tennis great, Serena Williams and the “First Lady of Basketball,” LaLa Anthony, were seen last night at the ESPY’s pre-party, which was also attended by Gabrielle Union and British R&B diva, Estelle.

Spotted at YBF


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Through the Lens :: @EssenceMagazine Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon

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Essence Magazine hosted their 4th annual “Black Women in Hollywood” luncheon a few days ago. This year’s them honored, “Simply the Best” Black actresses, including Jennifer Hudson, Angela Bassett, Viola Davis and Loretta Devine. Annually, Essence Magazine, celebrates actresses that promote positive images of Black women with their work; benefiting perceptions globally. 

Everyone who was anyone in Black Hollywood was in the building. In the photoset above, I chose a few photos out of the gallery that caught my eye, photo credits to Jennifer Cooper. 


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