Posts Tagged: Regina Hall

Regina Hall will play Samuel L Jackson's ex girlfriend in the Shaft reboot

Regina Hall’s Ideal Role Is A Serial Killer

When asked what Regina Hall would like to see more of in film and television she changed the question to center not necessarily what she wanted to see but what different roles she would actually like to play. Surprisingly, Hall admitted that she’s longing to play a serial killer role. More importantly, she just wants… Read more »

Regina Hall will play Samuel L Jackson's ex girlfriend in the Shaft reboot

Regina Hall Says There Are Perks To Being Mistaken For Regina King

Regina Hall explains that she gets mistaken for Regina King all the time but she doesn’t necessarily think it’s a bad thing. It actually has it’s advantages. Hall stated: “Seriously, they’re like ‘Here’s a gift certificate for Regina King, for $5,000 for Barney’s’ and I’m just like, ‘I’m her!’ They’re like, ‘We love you Ms…. Read more »

Regina Hall will play Samuel L Jackson's ex girlfriend in the Shaft reboot

Regina Hall & Don Cheadle Star In New Showtime Series

Regina Hall and Don Cheadle are teaming up for a new show titled Black Monday to be aired on Showtime. Black Monday will tell the story of Wall Street in the 1980s and unravel the timeline of events that led to the worse crash on Wall Street that made the stock market spiral out of… Read more »

Issa Rae landed herself a movie role in The Hate You Give

Issa Rae Landed Herself a Movie Role in The Hate You Give

Issa Rae landed herself a movie role in The Hate You Give. Issa Rae will star with Amandla Stenberg, Regina Hall and Common. It’s described as a “coming of age drama.” Basically it’s about a 16 year old that witnesses a cop shoot there unarmed friend. More here.

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Watch Teaser for “Girls Trip”

“Girls Trip,” stars Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Queen Latifah and Tiffany Haddish as friend that reconnect in New Orleans. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee and written by Kenya Barris and Tracy Oliver.