Tyler Perry's latest project, "Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned: The Play," will be released on DVD on Tuesday, Nov. 25, and The Christian Post has an exclusive clip readers can watch here.
The film, which was taped in front of a live studio audience, is a reproduction of the play with the same name. It was performed in front of more than 50 cities across the United States and stars Patrice Lovely and Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley as well as newcomers Muhammad Ayers, Monica Blaire, Zebulon Ellis and Ray Lavender.
All work together to tell the story of a woman (Anita) who seemingly has it all: a successful career, loving family, and financial success. But, according to her best friend, Anita is missing out on a good relationship with a loving man. That all changes during a fateful encounter online, which leads to a rushed marriage and an unhappy relationship. Anita suddenly finds herself fading away simply to meet the demands of her husband. more >>
20th Century Fox will be re-casting iconic characters like Storm, Jean Grey, and Cyclops in the upcoming superhero adventure "X-Men: Apocalypse," according to reports.
The film will take place in the 1980s and its director, Bryan Singer needs to cast new actors to play the younger versions of the mentioned superheroes, MovieWeb.com reported. Recent rumors now indicate that the helmer might just have found the right faces to portray the powerful mutants in the film.
Chloe Moretz, Elle Fanning, and Hailee Steinfeld are "among the leading ladies being eyed to play the young Jean Grey." Meanwhile, Ben Hardy, Charlie Rowe, and Timothee Chalamet are also being considered to play as Scott Summers/Cyclops. more >>
Jennifer Lawrence was recently likened to Jesus Christ by her "Hunger Games" co-star Donald Sutherland.
The Academy award-winning actress, who plays heroine Katniss Everdeen, is currently promoting "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1," which is the latest installment of the popular science fiction film franchise.
Sutherland, who plays antagonist President Coriolanus Snow, recently praised Lawrence for her efforts in the forthcoming film. The actor described her as a "genius" and strangely went as far as to compare her to Christ. more >>
A powerful clip from "Little Hope Was Arson" reveals a youth pastor recounting the realization that two of his former disciples were responsible for the string of church fires in East Texas four years ago.
The exclusive video features James Ellis, a former pastor from First Baptist Church in East Texas, which was one of ten churches to burn to the ground within one month of each other in 2010. In it, Ellis is overcome with emotion as he recalls the moment he learned that the two culprits responsible for the crimes were from his own fellowship.
"They have been starting the fires around the pulpit, gathering Bibles and stuff, hymnals around the pulpit and lighting it on fire, so I knew right away man they are either mad at God or mad at the preacher," the former youth pastor explains. "And I felt sorry for that person who set that example for going down that road. And then I walk in one day and I found out I was that guy." more >>
The premiere of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 1" is only a few days away, and the film's main cast members have been busy as they made the rounds promoting the film in various press junkets.
Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson talked about how being in the successful film series has impacted their lives.
"The idea of having success or being in a movie like this was never part of my plan, so to speak," said Hutcherson at the New York press junket for the movie. "My plan was always just to make interesting movies and work with interesting people and tell stories, and this felt into that category." more >>
Alexandra Shipp has defended her decision to star in "Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B," by insisting God gave her the role of late singer Aaliyah Haughton.
Shipp, 23, starred as Aaliyah in the two-hour premiere on Lifetime Networks last Saturday. However, the television movie executive produced by Howard Braunstein, Debra Martin Chase and Wendy Williams, received its fair share of social media criticism.
Shipp took to her Instagram to defend herself against some of those who criticized her portrayal of the late singer. more >>