Jonathan Majors takes center stage alongside Glen Powell in powerful new war film ‘Devotion.’

Based on the bestselling book of the same name, the movie chronicles the true story of two elite US Navy fighter pilots – Jesse Brown and Tom Hudner.

Set against the backdrop of the Korean War, the duo’s seismic sacrifices sees them not only become two of the Navy’s most celebrated wingmen but national heroes too.

Directed by JD Dillard, the action-packed Sony Pictures flick flies into theaters on November 23. 

Ahead of its premiere, That Grape Juice‘s Chet Kincaid sat down with Majors and Powell, who opened up in earnest about the process of shooting the film and what audiences can expect.

TGJ also caught up with their co-stars Joe Jonas and Thomas Sadoski, as well as Christina Jackson and director Dillard.

Check out our EXCLUSIVE interviews above and below…


After Tamera Mowry-Housley scored top ratings and critical acclaim with three previous Hallmark holiday films (2019’s ‘Christmas Miracle,’ 2020’s ‘Christmas Comes Twice,’ and 2021’s ‘Santa Stakeout’), the EMMY winner is hoping for a royal redo of that success with her fourth yuletide venture with the network: ‘Inventing the Christmas Prince.’

Also starring Mark Brandon and Mercedes Blanche, ‘Prince’ sees Mowry-Housley portray a rocket engineer who’s about to call it quits at her job until her daughter (Blanche) intervenes with a fantasy that convinces her that her mom’s ‘Scrooge-like boss’ (Brandon) is the real-life incarnation of the ‘Christmas prince’ – a character the young girl made up.

Does the madness that ensue turn Tamera’s boss to her boo?  There’s only one way to find out.

Ahead of its November 18 premiere, look inside to see the trailer to the Paul Ziller-directed flick.


With the release of his mugshot, Blueface saw his face plastered all over social media after he was detained by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on charges of attempted murder (as we reported here).

The rapper (born Jonathan Porter) was handcuffed at a Sin City restaurant earlier this week while dining with on-and-off-again girlfriend Chrisean Rock – who promptly took to Twitter after his arrest to express her dismay.

She’s since returned to the platform to share her elation about his release from police custody, and even shared news that the two could we walking down the aisle soon.

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‘BEL-AIR’ is back!

The popular Peacock series returns for its hotly anticipated season 2 on the streamer.

Serving as a contemporary reboot of ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,’ the reimagined incarnation of the classic Will Smith sitcom has been revived as a critically-acclaimed dramedy.

Jabari Banks leads as Will and will be rejoined by main castmates Adrian Holmes (Uncle Phil), Cassandra Freeman (Aunt Viv), Olly Sholotan (Carlton Banks), Coco Jones (Hillary Banks), Akira Akbar (Ashley Banks), Jimmy Akingbola (Geoffrey), Jordan L. Jones (Jazz), and Simone Joy Jones (Lisa).

Head below for the first look at ‘BEL-AIR’ season 2 and additional details…


Tis the season…to crash Christmas parties!

Such is definitely the case if you’re a pair of swindlers looking for your next big break like Tara (Skye Townsend) and Tre (Jaime M. Callica).

The two tricksters eventually decide to work together to carry out their missions for fame and fortune, not knowing they would end up unwrapping something bigger at the end: true love.

Also starring Kajuana S. Marie, look inside to see the trailer for the Sheldon Epps-directed yuletide flick ahead of its November 17 premiere on BET+.


Will Smith returns to the spotlight in the hotly anticipated new movie ‘Emancipation.’

Directed by Antoine Furqua, the film serves as the first offering from the superstar since the Oscar slap seen around the world on the night he bagged the Best Actor award.

Moving forward and reminding the masses of his Midas touch on screen, Smith takes center stage in the Apple TV+ flick – which is inspired by a true story that centers on the narrative of an enslaved man who embarks on an arduous journey to reunite with his family.

With its December release fast approaching watch the newly unwrapped extended trailer…


Former ‘Empire’ star Bryshere Gray is once again embroiled in legal drama.

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The ‘Real Housewives Of Potomac’ are back!

Gone are the days when the Madams of Maryland squabbled over etiquette. Because in the show’s seventh season, the drama escalates to new levels.

‘Potomac’ staples Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Candiace Dillard, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Wendy Osefo, and Mia Thornton are all back in the mix and stirring up must-see TV.

With the twists and turns already underway, check out a preview of episode 7 of season 7 below…


‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ pounced into theaters worldwide this week and is delivering dynamite results. And in some instances, record-breaking results.

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Nick Cannon further cements himself as one of Hollywood’s most fertile fathers. Because the media mogul has officially become a dad of 12. Yes, 12.

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As one of comedy’s most legendary names, Chris Rock has conquered a multitude of mediums.

And the innovation continues.

For, the funnyman has teamed with Netflix for a game-changing special.

Full story below…


Whitney Houston‘s star is one that shone like no other and continues to radiate a decade after her untimely passing.

Fittingly, then, her story is set for the big-screen-biopic treatment by way of ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody.’

Set to hit theaters worldwide next month, the movie sets out to serve as the most seismic and definitive take on the diva’s story.

Directed by Kasi Lemons, ‘I Wanna Dance’ is penned and produced by Anthony McCarten – who helmed Oscar winner ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ (the blockbuster biopic about Queen). It notably serves as the only film production on Houston’s life to be released in partnership with the songbird’s Estate and longtime collaborator Clive Davis onboard. A move that will see the flick feature original recordings of the icon’s music too.

With buzz aplenty surrounding the project, Sony Pictures has unwrapped an extended trailer  – showcasing lead Naomi Ackie as Houston and the lifelong span the ‘I Wanna Dance’ will dive into.

Watch the latest look at the film after the jump…