Marvel Teams with Black Eyed Peas, Jamie Foxx & Others for AR Graphic Novel

Released by Marvel this past summer, the Black Eyed Peas’ graphic novel Masters of the Sun: Zombie Chronicles is now getting its own Augmented Reality app this Friday, which helps tell the story in an entirely new way.

The comic book tells the story of a California hip-hop crew that must fight back against an alien God who comes to Earth to continue a Black Curse that turns drug dealers and gangsters into zombies.

Using a smart device, the words, characters and images in Masters of the Sun come alive, rewarding readers with bonus story elements, 3D graphics and effects, plus exclusive original music.

The app features the voice acting from Stan Lee, Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dog, Common, Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, Rakim and Ice T. Original music score co-composed by will.i.am, Hans Zimmer and Keith Harris.

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2017 American Music Awards

Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne attended the 2017 American Music Awards last night. Jamie opened Sunday’s ceremony with a heartfelt tribute to emergency personnel and the victims of disasters and violence.

“As this year comes to a close, we look forward to 2018, with hope. For even as we mourn those who were lost, we know this. Together, our strength will pull us through. Together, we shall overcome the pain. Together, we can unite as a people and as a nation.”

 

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Jamie Foxx To Play Black Panthers Leader Geronimo Pratt

Jamie Foxx will reunite with his Ray director Taylor Hackford. Jamie has just joined the cast of Signal Hill, the Johnnie Cochran biopic starring Anthony Mackie.

Foxx, who won the Best Actor Oscar for the Hackford-helmed Ray, here will play Elmer “Geronimo” Pratt, the former Black Panther party leader and Vietnam vet who was convicted of a crime he didn’t commit and sent to prison for 27 years. Cochran was the lawyer who helped Pratt to settle a false imprisonment suit for $4.5 million back in 1992.

The film will also star Elizabeth Banks as Mary Neiswender, an investigative newspaper reporter who broke stories on the coverup.

 

Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party

Jamie stopped by Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg’s hit show Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. He appeared on the season two premiere of the show, along with Patti LaBelle and Charlie Wilson, to help Snoop celebrate his 45th birthday.

During the show Foxx decided to take a peek at what’s happening over on Snoop’s side of the kitchen and accidentally mistaken flour for a very different white substance. And as the rapper handed everyone a bag of flour to shake some chicken in and dance to hit song ‘U Can’t Touch This’. Jamie couldn’t help himself and shook his bag so hard that he was covered in white powder by the end of the dance.

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Jamie Foxx and Jay Pharoah Answer Ellen’s Burning Questions

Ellen DeGeneres put Jamie Foxx and Jay Pharoah in the hot seat to answer some of her Burning Questions for her new YouTube series, “Ellen’s Show Me More Show.” Jamie revealed that his guilty pleasure TV show is Keeping Up with the Kardashians and his favorite beverage is tequila.

A few weeks back, Jamie and Jay made a visit to Ellen to promote their new series White Famous on Showtime.  Continue reading

Barbra Streisand’s Miami concert coming to Netflix

Barbra Streisand’s Miami concert will premiere on Netflix November 22. The sold-out show was part of Streisand’s “The Music…The Mem’ries…The Magic! Tour”. The concert featured special guest Jamie Foxx performing a duet of “Climb Ev’ry Mountain.”

The concert was filmed back in December at Miami’s American Airlines Arena. You can find the photos from this show in our gallery.

 

 

Rihanna’s Diamond Ball

Jamie Foxx attended Rihanna’s 3rd annual Diamond Ball on Thursday night, September 14 in New York City.

The benefit raised over $5 million to support the Clara Lionel Foundation, a nonprofit organisation founded in 2012 by Rihanna. The foundation supports education, health, and emergency initiatives around the globe, and helps students from Caribbean countries attend college in the U.S