Will Smith is hitting the road.
And this time, it’s not for a concert tour or promotion for a movie.
It’s in support of his incoming memoir, ‘Will.’
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‘Tiger King 2’ roars onto Netflix this Fall.
As reported, the streaming giant has officially announced the follow-up to the smash-hit 2020 documentary.
Upon its uncaging, the original ‘Tiger King’ followed the life of zookeeper Joe Exotic (who is now incarcerated), his war with rival Carole Baskin, and the surrounding characters in their wacky world.
More “madness and mayhem” are promised and now fans have been informed exactly when the next chapter of the docu-series will be arriving.
Eva Marcille has long been a regal presence on screen and now she’s fittingly taking center stage in the hotly anticipated BET+ series ‘All The Queen’s Men.’
Created and written by veteran actor Christian Keyes (who is also a cast member), the exotic dancer drama centers around the life of Marcielle’s character – Marilyn ‘Madam’ DeVille.
Ruling the roost as a successful nightclub owner with super loyal employees, the dominant diva begins to discover that more money and more power spell more problems.
That Grape Juice‘s Patrick Buchanan sat down with Marcille, who dished on the show, her reconciliation with Nene Leakes, and a possible return to the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta.’
Watch above the EXCLUSIVE and be sure to check out our interview with Christian Keyes after the jump…
As multifaceted maestros go, few have made as much of a mark on the media sphere as Nick Cannon.
Perpetually booked and busy, the star has shone is in a myriad of mediums: from music to film to TV to radio. Indeed, for over two decades, his omnipresence has been unparalleled.
Now, Cannon has set his sights on conquering the daytime area with his brand new nationally syndicated series, the ‘Nick Cannon Show.’
Set to premiere on September 27, the show promises a fresh take on the talk format.
Ahead of its debut, That Grape Juice‘s Chet Kincaid sat down with the star who made clear: he’s doing things his way.
Watch above and be sure to tune into the series premiere of the ‘Nick Cannon Show’ on September 27.
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Leslie Odom Jr. is back on the big screen and this time it’s as one of the central components of ‘The Many Saints of Newark.’
Billed as a prequel to The Sopranos, the hotly anticipated Warner Bros. picture chronicles the formative years of New Jersey gangster Tony Soprano.
Odom plays Harold McBrayer, an ambitious yet formidable foe who is not to be messed with.
That Grape Juice‘s Lettija Lee sat down with the Tony Award winner, who opened up about the film and much more.
‘The Many Saints of Newark’ is out now in UK cinemas.
The film arrives in US theaters and on HBO Max on October 1.
Almost 8 months after Hulu rocked screens with ‘Framing Britney Spears,’ a shocking documentary chronicling the Pop star’s career and conservatorship battle, fellow streaming giant Netflix is looking to do the same with their new film, ‘Britney vs. Spears.’
Announced earlier this week (as we reported here), the Erin Lee Carr-directed doc will delve deeper into the #FreeBritney movement by unveiling ‘never before seen’ documents and interviews to further detail the diva’s fight for freedom from her current legal stronghold.
Unlike ‘Framing’ released in February, the Netflix doc will review the latest happenings of the conservatorship case – including audio from Britney’s bombshell court testimony from the summer.
Ahead of the September 28 premiere of ‘Britney vs. Spears,’ hop inside to see its official trailer:
Though currently steeped in controversy for boasting its most diverse pool of nominees over its 73-year history (yet not awarding any of them in major categories), the EMMYs does have something to celebrate as its 2021 incarnation has ended a streak of low ratings.
Hop inside to read more about the show’s history-making night.