The blackfilm.com crew is excited about Rush Hour 2 and so should you.
Although New Line has lost their film revolutionary in Michael DeLuca, the
studio appears poised to continue to rock-shock the nation with urban tales
and dramatic power. The blackfilm.com team is pleased to present our
special coverage of Rush Hour 2
for your enjoyment. We would like to issue a special thanks to Wendy
Rutherford, Amy Terpuluk and the spirit of New Line Cinema which has been
an important catalyst in the development of blackfilm.com's
efforts. And a special shout to Matt Cowal of Allied Advertising in Washington
D.C. Thanks for your help.
With Ja Rule, Lil Zane, and Tyrese currently expanding their talent to the film industry,
one has to wonder as to where are the real thespians. Well, look no further than to your
local theater where some are working on their skills.
In this interview, Chan reveals the pressures of being Jackie Chan, making
the Rush Hour sequel, his search for movies that appeal to all audiences, and
his cynicism with Hollywood’s recent interest in Asian films.
In the sequel to the mega hit, Rush Hour, Chris Tucker takes us on a comedic
joyride from Vegas to Hong Kong and back again and.... he even does his own
stunts!! The funny man tells blackfilm.com what it was like the second time
She mesmerized us in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. Now this 22 year-old
Chinese actress is about to make her mark on Hollywood in New Line Cinema’s Rush
Hour 2. Zhang Ziyi gives blackfilm.com the scoop.
Angela Bassett is one, if not the best, leading African-American actress today. She has played
so many well-known historical figures from Betty Shabazz, to Katherine Jackson to her Oscar
nominated role as Tina Turner.
“Planet of The Apes,”…wow…wow…wow…!” It’s almost impossible not to be
excited about this film. With scientist constantly discovering new theories on why apes are probably
our forefathers, this film comes along at the right time to shed some possible theories on the issue...
It’s not a great film, but rather disjointed as nothing really makes sense. But considering this is the only
glimpse one would ever see of Basquiat before he was discovered by Andy Warhol, this film is somewhat of a masterpiece...
In recent times, there have been a number of true-life stories brought to the screen. The difference between those films and “Off the Hook” is that the latter features the individual whose life is being displayed.