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June 2005
Week of June 6th through June 10th

KERRY WASHINGTON talks post-Ray, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, and The Fantastic Four

How do you come back to the big screen after an amazing performance that garnered national attention and accolades? For Kerry Washington, she’s like to take every film and its entire glory one step at a time. Fresh from winning the Best Actress award at the NAACP Image Awards for Ray, and being featured on this year’s Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair, Washington’s next two films are action-packed and dynamic. On June 10, Washington is featured with Angeline Jolie and Brad Pitt in Mr. & Mrs. Smith and on July 8, she's caught in the middle of the action in The Fantastic Four.
Click here for this exclusive interview as she speaks about her roles in both films.

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Kerry Washington talks post-Ray, Mr. & Mrs. Smith and The Fantastic Four.


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Chucky's back and so is Chilli Palmer among this week's releases.

Christina Milian News

Milian joins Pulse thriller.

Laurence Fishburne News

Fishburne joins "The Death and Life of Bobby Z".

Wayne Brady News

Talk show host ready for the big screen.

Rock School : An Interview with the Cast

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Kerry Washington News

Washington joins King of Scotland.

Madagascar: An Interview with the Cast

Chris Rock, Ben Stiller and Jada Pinkett Smith share their thoughts on the film.

Black Snake Moan News

Jackson and Ricci join Craig Brewer's next film.

Unleashed: An Interview with Morgan Freeman

Oscar Winner Freeman talks about working with Jet Li.

The Brothers Grimm News

Poster added to Matt Damon film


The Island News

Journalists get a peek at the film.

Dukes of Hazzard

Take a look at the poster and images.

Ashanti News

Ashanti joins John Tucker Must Die.

Summer Preview 2005

Here's a look at what's ahead this summer.

Inside Man Casting News

Wallach joins Denzel Washington in Spike Lee film.

Mike Epps News

Epps to play Richard Pryor on big-screen.

Eddie Murphy News

Murphy plays multiple characters.

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