Entertainment News: jamie foxx
"Spider-Man" fans: prepare to be amazed!
The official trailer for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" was released on Dec. 5 and can be viewed above. Featuring new villains and faces to the franchise, the film serves as a sequel to 2012's wildly popular "The Amazing Spider-Man," starring Andrew Garfield in the titular role.
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Jamie Foxx has shot down a tabloid report that stated that he and Katie Holmes are dating.
"[The rumors] are one hundred percent not true," the 46-year-old actor told Entertainment Tonight. "In fact, it's quite hilarious because we simply danced at a charity event along with a lot of other people."
Channing Tatum talked about his upcoming action film, "White House Down," which he says definitely brings the entertainment.
The 33-year-old actor opened up at the film's New York premiere on June 25. After discussing what he enjoys about the high-action thriller, he talked about one of the film's most interesting components -- Jamie Foxx as the president.
Maggie Gyllenhaal talked about her new film -- "White House Down" -- and her two charming co-stars.
The actress, 35, appears in the high-action thriller alongside Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum. On the Wednesday, June 26 episode of "Watch What Happens Live," she gushed about her alluring co-stars -- even choosing which actor is her "favorite."
Jamie Foxx plays a very high-profile role in the upcoming action film, "White House Down."
The 45-year-old actor talked about his new role as president at the film's New York premiere on June 25. Foxx shared where he got his inspiration for the character, as well as talked about his physical transformation.
Jamie Foxx says Spike Lee's criticism and boycott of fellow director Quentin Tarantino's movie "Django Unchained" over its depiction of black slaves in America, is "irresponsible."
The actor plays a slave-turned-bounty hunter in the film, which is nominated for five Oscars. It has stirred controversy over not only its sensitive subject matter, but its repeated use of a racial slur throughout the film.
Director Spike Lee is boycotting Quentin Tarantino's new film "Django Unchained," which depicts a black slave's journey to rescue his wife in the pre-Civil War era, adding that slavery in America was a "Holocaust," not a "Sergio Leone Spaghetti Western."
The movie, whose title was inspired by the 1966 Western "Django," stars Jamie Foxx as the title character and is set for wide release on December 25. "Django Unchained" is already stirring controversy over not only its sensitive subject matter, but its repeated use of a racial slur throughout the film. According to USA Today, it is heard more than 110 times.
Jamie Foxx hosted "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, December 8, channeling his funny side to play Tyler Perry and a human snack cake... yes, a snack cake.
Foxx, 44, hosted the NBC sketch comedy series almost 13 years after his initial hosting gig, which was in 2000. The actor, singer-songwriter and stand-up comedian portrayed a number of interesting characters, including a former porn star and a sassy bailiff, as well as putting his singing skills on display.