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  • WATCH: Oscar Winner Lupita Nyong’o on Kenyan Soap Opera ‘Shuga’

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    Jason Merritt/Getty Images
    Newcomer Lupita Nyong'o was unknown to American audiences before her scene-stealing role as slave Patsey in Best Picture Oscar winner "12 Years A Slave." Now, after winning the Best Supporting Actress Oscar (the first African actress to do so) and giving an incredibly moving speech, Nyong'o is on her way to becoming a household name. But did you know that before being cast in "12 Years A Slave," Nyong'o played the lead role on a ground-breaking Kenyan soap opera? READ MORE
  • FANTASTIC! Michael B. Jordan In Talks to Join Superhero Film (Updated)

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    Bryan Bedder/Getty Images
    According to Deadline.com, Jordan is currently in talks to join the cast of Marvel's "Fantastic Four" as Johnny Storm AKA The Human Torch. Also in talks for the principal characters are Kate Mara ("House of Cards"), Jamie Bell ("Billy Elliot"), and Jordan's "That Awkward Moment" co-star Miles Teller. READ MORE
  • TRAILER: ‘Child of God’ Directed by James Franco

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    Syd/Visual/JPI Studios
    In perhaps his biggest directorial effort yet, James Franco adapts "Child of God," a film based on a Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name. A teaser trailer for the film was released last August, but today we get a first full-length look at the film. READ MORE
  • BOX OFFICE: ‘Ride Along’ Starring Kevin Hart, Ice Cube and Soap Star Tika Sumpter Grabs Records With $48 Million Haul

    Universal Pictures
    Universal Pictures
    Hot on the heels of her starring role in "Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas," "The Haves and the Have Nots" and "One Life to Live" actress Tika Sumpter along with actors Kevin Hart and Ice Cube is set to take the weekend box office with their new film "Ride Along." READ MORE
  • Luke Grimes Exiting ‘True Blood’ Over Creative Differences

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    John P. Johnson/ HBO
    According to TVLine, Luke Grimes is exiting HBO's "True Blood" after reported creative differences with show producers over the future of his character, James. "He initially joined the show because he wanted to work with Deborah Ann Woll,” said an insider to the website. “But when he started reading the scripts for Season 7, he was disappointed to learn that they were going in a completely different direction with James." Grimes joined the cast of the series in season 6, which found James mostly sexing it up with Woll's Jessica. READ MORE