and Queen Latifah's their first option to replace her. READ MORE Jay-Z might have 99 problems, but getting famous fans to attend his concert ain't one.Hova's tour made its way to The Forum Thursday night in Inglewood where there was no shortage of…Queen Latifah will star in the inspirational true-life drama “Hope’s Wish.” Production will start on April 9 in North Carolina. Alcon’s recent credits include “12 Strong,” “Father Figures,” and “Blade Runner 2049,” which received five Oscar nominations.Alcon Entertainment co-founders and co-CEOs Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson made the announcement on Monday. He soon discovers he broke up with his dream woman and fights to get her back. The actress will star alongside Kali Hawk, Macy Gray, DJ Qualls and Mc Rae.2007 - Present Queen Latifah has been rumored to be dating her personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins since 2007, but she never commented on the subject.Often considered hip-hop's first lady (though some would attribute that to Roxanne Shanté), the woman behind the moniker Queen Latifah was born Dana Owens on March 18th, 1970, in East Orange, New Jersey.She is the daughter of Rita (Bray), a teacher, and Lancelot Owens, Sr.
My father was a police officer, so we got to attend the ceremony.See full bio on IMDb » Queen Latifah's mom has died after a very long battle with a heart condition ... Latifah revealed the sad news Wednesday, saying ... READ MORE Queen Latifah's good looks are bringing down the house!Here's a 23-year-old version of the multi-talented lady backstage before a performance in 1993 (left) and 25 years later ... READ MORE AM PT -- Diddy just released a statement on Mack's passing, saying, "Craig Mack, you were the first artist to release music on Bad Boy and gave us our first hit. READ MORE Mel B's become a major thorn in the side of "America's Got Talent" producers, who now want to kick her to the curb ...Los Angeles-based finance and production company Torridon/ will finance and produce with Alcon Entertainment, continuing the companies’ collaboration that began with “Blade Runner 2049.” Walden Media is set to produce alongside Steven P.
Laurie Collyer, whose credits include “Sherrybaby” and “Furlough,” will direct the film from screenwriter Diana Ossana (“Brokeback Mountain”), adapted from Stuart & Shelby Stout’s non-fiction “Hope’s Wish: How One Girl’s Dream Made Others Come True.” “Hope’s Wish” is based on the true story of Hope Stout, a precocious 12-year-old girl, who, when diagnosed with a life-threatening disease, sets out on a mission to fund the wishes of 155 other health-challenged children with the help of Make-A-Wish Foundation executive Toni Dubois (Latifah) and the community of Charlotte, N. Latifah’s recent acting credits include the Universal comedy “Girls Trip,” co-starring Tiffany Haddish and Jada Pinkett Smith, and the Emmy-winning HBO film “Bessie.” She is repped by CAA, Shakim Compere, and Randi Michel.The movie focuses on a sports shoe mogul (Mo Mc Rae), who creates a “November rule” in order to keep himself from getting too serious with women.