Jamie Foxx stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night to promote his new film, Baby Driver. He opened up about being emotional during sporting events and showed off his Lebron James impersonation. Later, Jamie moved to a piano and shared an uplifting song for the city of Cleveland. He also talked about his birthday plans and his new movie Baby Driver.
Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Piven, Ashley Benson and Hailee Steinfeld launched a new line of affordable sunglasses, Privé Revaux on Thursday (June 2) at Chataeu Marmont in Los Angeles. The collection includes over 100 high-quality handcrafted frames with polarized lenses retailing for $29.95 a pair. Privé Revaux Eyewear are available on priverevaux.com and at Amazon.com.
— PRIVÉ REVAUX (@priverevaux) June 2, 2017
Jamie Foxx sat down for a conversation with Michael Strahan at the 92Y to discuss everything from his childhood to hosting a new game show Beat Shazam. This interview is a must watch!
Jamie was a guest on the Tonight Show Thursday night and showed off some impressive vocal ability. He and Jimmy Fallon played the Musical Genre Challenge, where they had to sing classic songs in a completely different style. Foxx impressed the crowd with his rendition of “Who Let the Dogs Out?” as a broadway musical and he took it to an even higher level when he sang Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money” as an opera song.
Jamie appeared on “Live with Kelly and Ryan” last Thursday. In an interview Foxx talked about his new show Beat Shazam, and how he ended up collaborating with Kanye West. He also played a game with Kelly and Ryan called “Humming With the Hosts”. Watch the clips below.
Jamie stopped by AOL’s BUILD Series to discuss his new game show Beat Shazam, fatherhood, the advice he received from Oprah and Sidney Poitier before the Oscars and more.
Jamie visited Good Morning America to talk about his new game show Beat Shazam.
Sony Pictures has released a new TV spot and featurette for Baby Driver, which gives us some more insight into the title character.
You can check them out below.
The first promo for new Jamie Foxx-hosted game show Beat Shazam debuted Wednesday ahead of its May 25 premiere.
Based on the popular Shazam app, the interactive series pits teams of two against the clock and each other as they attempt to identify the biggest hit songs of all time.
Jamie also will serve as an executive producer on the show, along with “Don’t Forget the Lyrics” creator Jeff Apploff, Burnett, Rich Riley and Lauren Zalaznick.
Watch the first promo below:
Baby Driver will hit theaters nearly two months earlier than originally planned, moving to June 28 from Aug. 11. Sony announced the news at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday, while screening the first six minutes of the movie for theater owners.