The fall finales of many of our favorite shows are taking place this week. BET's Real Husbands of Hollywood is no exception. I was recently invited to the set to interview its stars to give us their take on their on scene antics and much that we can expect from the fall finale episode.
Lack of affordable housing. The challenges of family caregiving. Age discrimination in the workplace. These are just some of the major concerns of African-American voters age 50 and older in New York City as revealed by an AARP commissioned survey in 2013.
A faithful adaptation of erotica queen Zane's million copy bestseller, the romancer showcases the posteriors of William Levy, Tyson Beckford, and Boris Kodjoe as they try to satisfy Sharon Leal's Zoe, who's suffering from a hardy case of sex addiction that's destroying both her marriage and career.
Addicted, the steamy sex saga based on Urban Erotica Queen Zane's bestselling novel, is not hitting the screens until October 10th, but a panel at the Urbanworld Film Festival this past weekend was already celebrating the release.
Boris Kodjoe is charismatic, personable and knows how to work the room. He commands attention, but not in the "Hey, look at me!" kind of way. His swagger, his smile and warm, inviting demeanor make everyone take notice.
From June 20th to the 23rd, my goal was to learn as much about the film industry as possible; to see it through the eyes of the artists, hear it in their voices, see their visions on the big screen, and to gauge the audiences reaction.
Last week as the cast and contestants of MTV's Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew to film the semifinals episode, Trueheart Events set up a backstage gifting experience on the Warner Bros. lot where the show is taped.