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8 Mile

Here's What Little Lily From '8 Mile' Looks Like Now | Posted 08.07.2014 | Entertainment

Chloe Greenfield was only 6-years-old when she played the little sister Lily -- opposite Eminem as B-Rabbit -- in the 2002 rap-battle movie "8 Mile." ...

'8 Mile' Star Arrested For DUI

TMZ | Posted 01.23.2014 | Celebrity

Anthony Mackie -- who has appeared in numerous big movies including "8 Mile," "Hurt Locker" and "Gangster Squad," was arrested Saturday morning for dr...

Mekhi Phifer Ties The Knot

Posted 04.01.2013 | Celebrity

While many were untying the bows on their Easter baskets Sunday, Mekhi Phifer was tying the knot. The former "ER" actor, 38, wed longtime girlfrien...

'8 Mile' 10th Anniversary: What Happened To Eminem?

Kia Makarechi | Posted 01.07.2013 | Entertainment
Kia Makarechi

So here was a man who won an Oscar for Best Original Song and released No. 1 albums while maintaining a level of rage that was -- and perhaps still is -- unparalleled in popular culture. Fast forward ten years later, and what remains of 2002's Marshall Mathers?

'8-Mile' Producer And Girlfriend Sued Over Dog Bite

Posted 04.18.2012 | New York

A new lawsuit is taking aim at movie producer Stuart Parr and his girlfriend Allison Sarofim for an injury allegedly inflicted by the powerful couple'...

Stage Brothers -- Dule Hill and Mekhi Phifer in Stick Fly

Nancy Doyle Palmer | Posted 02.13.2012 | Black Voices
Nancy Doyle Palmer

Stick Fly opened last week on Broadway -- produced by Alicia Keys, written by Lydia Diamond and directed by Kenny Leon -- to positively mixed reviews. I interviewed both Dule Hill and Mekhi Phifer about their collaboration, the message of the play and what's next.

8 Mile, Revisited

Susan Schindehette | Posted 01.31.2012 | Detroit
Susan Schindehette

I have been to Paris and Pakistan, Istanbul and Bosnia. But I have never seen anything quite like this: Detroit is a state-of-the-art, urban frontier. My tattered hometown has, somehow, become "revisionist cool."

It's Not All About the Benjamins, Baby

Zak Rosen | Posted 01.30.2012 | Detroit
Zak Rosen

We are not writing to argue over who is a 'real' Detroiter and who is not, nor who is and is not going to save Detroit. We are more interested in unpacking our region's history with a critical eye.