How quickly life has changed for Jonathan Majors. Last month he became the only actor in the history of the film business to have movies that were number 1 and number 2 in the same week at the box office. Now, the actor and his talent manager Entertainment 360 have parted ways, an insider told Variety. This occurred three weeks following the “Creed:III” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp:Quantumania” star’s arrest on charges of assault and harassment of a 30-year-old woman in New York City in late March. Majors has also been let go by his former public relations manager, the Lede Company. Lastly, according to JustJared.com, the actor and fashion house Valentino mutually agreed that he would not attend the prestigious Met Gala which takes place in Manhattan on May 1…..
In celebration of its two year anniversary and its commitment to support authentic Black content and creators, Comcast NBCUniversal’s Black Experience on Xfinity announced the winners of its $1 million in Emerging Black Filmmaker grants. Winners were selected for their ability to tell engaging and culturally relevant stories about the African, African American, or other Afro subculture experiences through a feature film, documentary, or web series, and were selected by an esteemed panel of diverse, entertainment-industry leaders, including Gil Robertson, Lyn Sisson- Talbert, and Yvette Miley……
Martin Lawrence is set to receive the 2,753rd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 20, which is located at 6617 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. The revered actor will receive his star in the category of Television. Guest speakers will include Steve Harvey and Lynn Whitfield, who co-starred with Lawrence in the film “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate,” and also appeared on Martin. Lawrence and Will Smith were recently spotted in Atlanta, Georgia, filming the fourth installment of the “Bad Boys’ movie franchise, “Bad Boys 4.”…..
Media mogul, Porter & Craig Film and Media CEO, Sgt Major Keith L. Craig went from the military to Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, where he helped bring in a record $3.7 billion as Theatrical Sales and Distribution Manager for their Central Division working on blockbuster films like the game-changing “Black Panther,” “Lion King,” and Oscar winner “Coco.” Sgt Major Craig, aka the “Hollywood Whisperer” is poised to take film development and distribution to the next level with his new company Porter & Craig Film and Media Distribution and its release of 50 films on broadcast networks, digital platforms, and in theaters….