Viola Davis recently opened up about her husband Julius Tennon, revealing that finding her him was the result of prayer.
The two-time Oscar-nominated actress and her husband recently celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary, but the star only just now revealed that she had prayed for a man like Tennon before they were even introduced.
"I asked for a husband who was emotionally available, someone who was older, someone who maybe had a family before," Davis explained to Essence magazine. "I like older men. Someone from the South. Someone who loves God more than he loves himself." more >>
For one night, Christian rock will blast out across the country as over 400 movie theaters channel the pulse of "Surge," with famous bands such as Newsboys, Casting Crowns, and Lecrae, while comedian John Gray will crack jokes to bolster faith among teens and prepare them for life's struggles.
"It's like a big national youth group gathering in theaters all across the country," Ron Luce, founder and president of Teen Mania Ministries, told The Christian Post in a Wednesday interview.
Luce, who organized the entire project, announced that the filming would be tonight, from 4 to 8 PM – at a stage in Nashville, Tenn. more >>
"Exodus," the Bible-based epic being directed by Ridley Scott and slated for a 2014 theatrical release, has added new stars to the cast, with "Alien" actress Sigourney Weaver being the latest addition.
It was reported by various sources late last week that Weaver, who worked with Scott on the 1979 cult classic "Alien," would be signing on to his latest production to portray Tuya, the mother of the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses.
Although Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, John Turturro, and Signourney Weaver's roles are reportedly set, "Breaking Bad" actor Aaron Paul was still said to be in negotiations for the role of Joshua. The same has been reported for Ben Kingsley, who portrayed the Hebrew hero Moses in a 1995 TV adaptation of the Old Testament tale — although he has been listed on the IMDB.com "Exodus" movie page as a cast member, latest reports indicate he may still be in negotiations. more >>
Justin Bieber's "Believe" will move one step closer to theaters when it hits the Toronto Film Festival this week.
"Believe" director, Jon M. Chu, will be screening the film to potential buyers at the festival, which opens on Friday.
Chu previously directed Bieber's hit "Never Say Never" film, which chronicled the singer's "My World Tour" and grossed almost $100 million worldwide. more >>
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston has denied signing on to be the next Lex Luthor in Man of Steel 2, otherwise known as Superman v. Batman.
Cranston, whose name has floated in the comic book casting rumor mill for the past month, argued that his television show character's lack of hair had been the only link attaching him to the superhero movie.
"I've heard [the rumors too]" he told Boston.com. "This is all news to me. I think that maybe my name is bandied about because I'm known to be bald. 'What bald guy can we get?' The reality is they can take any actor and shave his head or put a bald cap on him." more >>
DeVon Franklin, Hollywood executive and preacher, recently gave some advice about how some people's preferences can cause them to miss out on love.
"What if your greatest blessing is lying on the other side of the very thing you keep rejecting because you don't think it looks like what you want it to look like," Franklin questioned an OWN "Life Class" audience recently. "When it came to love and it came to dating, I said I would never date an actress."
Franklin said he believed that not wanting something will bring it into your life. more >>