Terri Lee’s Entertainment News
Move Over Jackie Chan! A local filmmaker is starting to make waves with his independently-produced action films.
Get ready Trekkies: Since there hasn’t been a new Star Trek film since 2009, “Star Trek Into Darkness” will help you get your groove on!
The Detroit Film Theatre inside the Detroit Institute of Arts will be hosting a special advance screening of the upcoming Disney-Pixar film “Monsters University.” And, it’s to benefit three local charities.
First-time director Tina Gordon Chism has a winner on her hands with “Peeples.” Chism, who wrote the screenplays for the hit films “Drumline” and “ATL”, wrote and directed “Peeples”, a laugh-out-loud look at a well-to-do family headed by Virgil Peeples (David Alan Grier), a high-on-his-horse federal judge.
“Iron Man 3” pits Iron Man/Tony Stark against a terrorist known as The Mandarin. But, in doing so, Iron Man also finds himself going up against another enemy as well, this one known as Killian.
Dwayne Johnson, Mark Wahlberg and Anthony Mackie star in “Pain & Gain,” while Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl, Diane Keaton, Amanda Seyfried, Topher Grace, Ben Barnes, Susan Sarandon and Robin Williams co-star in “The Big Wedding.”
Native Detroiter Jay Anthony White is making his mark in Hollywood as a screenwriter. His first big project to hit the silver screen is “Pawn,” which stars Michael Chiklis, Common and Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker.
In “Oblivion,” Cruise stars as drone repairman Jack Harper, who is stationed on earth, which has been devastated by years of war.
Just like the words say in their hit song, “get ready for a real good time,” Morris Day and the Time have been helping their fans have a good time for decades. And Day says that’s what audiences can expect Thursday night.
“42 – The Jackie Robinson Story” recounts the story of the American baseball legend and hero. While doing so, the movie also tells the story of Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey, who went against the grain and fought against prejudice when he selected Robinson to become the first African American to play Major League Baseball.
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