Showing posts with label JAMIE FOXX. Show all posts
Showing posts with label JAMIE FOXX. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 24, 2018


Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx attended the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC in New York City the other day.

Tuesday, December 05, 2017


Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx stopped by to help Celebrate The Launch of PRIVE REVAUX’s Flagship store in New York City yesterday. 

Monday, September 14, 2015

Thursday, October 24, 2013



Katie Holmes

Jamie Foxx
Katie’s secret fling! The new Us Weekly has all the details about Katie Holmes’ fleeting fling with friend Jamie Foxx . When Katie Holmes arrived alone at the August 24th benefit in New York’s Hamptons, she searched the crowd for a familiar face. An there he was: Jamie Foxx, a pal and former costar of her ex Tom Cruise. “They hooked up,” says a source. “It was two adults having fun, getting a little tipsy, and one thing led to another.” Though the two were discreet, when the news leaked, “Tom was not happy,” says an insider. “He doesn’t care if it was a hookup. To him it was betrayal.” Cruise’s potential fury could be why both Foxx and Holmes are so adamantly refuting the fling. And with so much history to the triangle, Foxx chose to do damage control. “This is a delicate situation for Jamie,” says a source close to Foxx, who has been tight with Cruise since 1996. When Holmes and Cruise got serious in 2005, Foxx spent time with the pair. “Katie enjoyed his company because he is lighthearted and fun,” and insider says. “Tom was really intense.”

Katy Perry

Also in the new issue of Us, the ‘25 Things You Don’t Know About Me’ feature is all about pop star Katy Perry. Interesting facts are below. 

· “I have a ticket to outer space!” 

· “I practice Transcendental Meditation.”  

· “I’m so OCD that I wish the letters OCD were in alphabetical order: CDO” 

· “I believe in aliens.”

· “I brush my teeth anywhere from four to six times a day.”

· “I pierced my own nose with a safety pin when I was 13.”

Minka Kelly, Chris Evans Split: What Went Wrong

Minka Kelly

Chris Evans
Maybe the third time's the charm? After breaking up back in 2007 and reuniting in 2012, Minka Kelly and boyfriend Chris Evans have split for a second time, sources reveal in the new issue of Us Weekly. "It didn't make sense for them to be together right now," one insider tells Us of the couple, citing distance as a factor. (Kelly, 33, is shooting the TV series Almost Human in Vancouver, British Columbia, while Evans, 32, plans to direct the movie 1:30 Train in New York City.) Us Weekly first exclusively revealed that the two were dating back in September 2012. It was their second attempt at romance together; they previously dated (and broke up) in 2007, prior to the Roommate actress' three-year relationship with New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter. Alas, history seems to be repeating itself in the form of another breakup. But this is not a bitter split. The first source says the duo parted on friendly terms and "still care about each other." Reps for both had no comment.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012



Josh Henderson

 Jamie Foxx And Trent Richardson

Vince Young
Josh Henderson, DeSean Jackson, Corey Feldman, Chris Harrison, Jamie Foxx, Trent Richardson, Linda Thompson, Geoffrey Ross, Warren Moon and other notable athletes were among the stars attending the Fifth Bridge Celebrity Kickoff Party Presented by XYQ Technology at the Playboy Mansion Monday Night. Bob Guiney had fun at the New Era Cap installation, actually trying on the display cubes in addition to the popular caps! Corey Feldman, with platinum blond girlfriend and other mystery friend went straight for the New Era Fedoras and rocked it all night. He was also talking about "The Lost Boys" 25th Anniversary coming up and festivities surrounding it. Linda Thompson opted to show her support for the Boston RedSox!

Photos Courtesy Of: Brian McGuckin 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012




Jamie Foxx
BET Networks has just added more exciting talent to its list of presenters and performers for the BET AWARDS 12. Jamie Foxx, Quentin Tarantino, Tyler Perry and Laz Alonso will join previously announced presenters Kevin Hart, Cedric the Entertainer, Taraji P. Henson, Meagan Good and superstar host, Samuel L. Jackson. Added to the already stellar line up of musical performers are BET’s SUNDAY BEST judge Yolanda Adams, Season 4 winner Amber Bullock, Season 2 winner Y’Anna Crawley and Season 2 1st runner-up Jessica Reedy. Previously announced top performers include D’Angelo, Usher, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Wale, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and G.O.O.D. Music, all performing live at The Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, July 1, 2012 at 8:00 pm*.

For the third year in a row, BET Music Matters artists will have the distinction of gracing the BET AWARDS stage. BET’s Music Matters will again cast the spotlight on new talent who are on their way to being the next BET superstars. Jennah Bell and Charles Perry will take the stage during BET AWARDS 12 to give the world a sneak peek of their talents. Hailing from Oakland, CA, Jennah Bell is a singer, songwriter and musician whose sound consists of alternative, folk and soul. She recently completed the “Making Music Herstory” project and is living in New York City. Brooklyn native Charles Perry was once described by Luther Vandross as “ferocious” and predicted a long-lasting solo career at the age of 16 years old. With the experience of performing by superstars like the late Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston, Charles is now focused on his upcoming solo album.

Tyler Perry


Quentin Tarantino
 Leading up to the Awards, BET Networks provided an opportunity for hopeful artists to display their talents on its Next Big Music Star Mobile Tour. After traveling to 5 cities, where hundreds of aspiring artists auditioned to be the BET Awards Next Big Music Star, the videos have been viewed and the votes tallied. The BET Awards Next Big Music Star is Marquis "DMT The Rapper" Taylor of Atlanta, GA. DMT The Rapper received a round-trip and exclusive access to BET AWARDS 12 and will appear at the 106 & PARK Pre-Show for his achievement. Writing since he was 12, DMT prides himself in rapping without the use of profanity.

Tune in and watch BET AWARDS 12 on Sunday, July 1st live from The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles at 8:00 p.m*!

*All times are ET/PT.

About BET Networks

BET Networks, a subsidiary of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB), is the nation’s leading provider of quality entertainment, music, news and public affairs television programming for the African-American audience. The primary BET channel reaches more than 90 million households and can be seen in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and sub-Saharan Africa. BET is the dominant African-American consumer brand with a diverse group of business extensions:, a leading Internet destination for Black entertainment, music, culture, and news; CENTRIC, a 24-hour entertainment network targeting the 25- to 54-year-old African-American audience; BET Digital Networks - BET Gospel and BET Hip Hop, attractive alternatives for cutting-edge entertainment tastes; BET Home Entertainment, a collection of BET-branded offerings for the home environment including DVDs and video-on-demand; BET Event Productions, a full-scale event management and production company with festivals and live events spanning the globe; BET operates in the United Kingdom and oversees the extension of BET network programming for global distribution.

Saturday, October 15, 2011



Julian Lennon

MORRISON HOTEL 10 --- When is an opening not an opening? As the guests filed into the new Cutting Room last night, now 44 East 32nd street, people were somewhat confused as whether the event was for the 10th anniversary of the Morrison Hotel gallery or the unofficial opening of the new Cutting Room? Turns out … it was a bit of both: The 10th anniversary of the glittery gallery was hands-down a terrific event. The concept for the gallery first began in April of 2000 as sort of a clearing house for the many photos of Henry Diltz; who's residence in the San Fernando Valley was just getting too cluttered; yet, as owner Peter Blachley says, He knew where everything was; he moved through it like he was on to the biggest secret of all time. About to reveal a hidden photographic-gem in the form of a print, transparency or black and white native.” Soon setting up a location on Prince Street in NYC, business developed quickly. Soon, outposts in Long Island and West Hollywood followed. Two years later, the gallery began repping over 70-like like minded photographers, including Mick Rock and the late-Jim Marshall. If you've ever had the pleasure of strolling by one of their locations, or even gone in; if you're a music fan, the visual impact of their photos would instantly take your breathe away. After a intro by the lovely Maria Milito of Q104.3, Morrison's Blachley and Richard Horowitz, offered a fitting tribute to several key photographers who had passed and an update of their current projects. Now, the new Cutting Room is just a dazzling knock-out, from the moment you walk in, to the now two-level club with a sumptuous stage area, private viewing room upstairs and just, a stunningly beautiful stage. One look will tell you the passion that went into designing the new room; from the unique chandelier to the cannily designed bar area. Steve Walter is to be given a gigantic nod (yet again) for what he has accomplished here. He has yet again brought quality back to the music halls in NYC, that for far too-long really didn't exist in New York. When you think about it, he's had the likes of Sting, Neil Young, Jimmy Webb perform and, none would have played a cheesy-room … no question about it. The club isn't open yet, but the other night was certainly a classy one-off event. Me, I can't wait till its officially open. Seen at the event, were Julian Lennon (who performed); May Pang; Modern Drummer-editor Billy Amendola; Bob Gruen; Mick Rock; PR-man David Salidor with his client Dayme; Phoebe Gellman from ATO Records; Atlantic Records' Bob Kaus; Bobby Bank; Jimmy Celeste; Jonathan Edwards; John Sebastian from The Lovin' Spoonful; Mario Batali; Henry Diltz; Dominic Chianese, Jr.; and, the lovely Susan Hathaway. The official opening for the club could come at any moment; get ready NYC … welcome back!


STUDIO 54 REDEUX --- Several weeks back we revealed that Sirius/XM radio was about to launch a Studio 54 music channel; with various shows to be hosted by legendary 54 doorman Marc Benecke and Myra Scheer, the executive assistant to 54 owner Steve Rubell (I can only imagine most of her duties were of the messenger kind!); and, that the overall station was going to be executive produced by one-time DJ-wundekind John ‘Jellyebean’ Benitez. Now, as a seasoned veteran of those halcyon times (and, yes, that phrase does apply here – if you can remember them, you weren't really there!) this news has conjured up all sorts of memories – good and bad. First the good: Magical times ... magical music indeed; believe me, I've think of 54 every time I walk by it, which is often as I still live right nearby where the club was and those times will never be repeated; I am honored to have been there ... and, survived. Bad memories: How about legendary doorman Marc Benecke for one. He was an absolute horror back then: rude, crude and often, downright silly. Sure, he was probably carrying out Rubell’s wishes, but I can tell you that on more than one occasion (alright, two or three) he was a downright ass. I'm sure he’s regretted many of those decisions in his later leaner years. Do I want to listen to him on the radio? Hell no! Jellybean was a force of nature in those days. But, truth be told, he made his reputation at The Funhouse on 26th street ... not, 54. Actually, that honor goes to the late-Richie Kaczor ... and, I didn't see him mentioned anywhere! Next week Sirius/XM will have a proper launch party at 54 .... Where they'll attempt to restore the club to its former glory ... for one night only! Jellybean will spin ; as well as Nicky Siano ... and, many of the familiar faces will return. Wonder if they'll have the silver spoon? We often have mentioned NY-pr-man-about-town David Salidor ... who turns out to have been Jellybean’s first publicist and actually got the tongues wagging about him in the first place. I had lunch with David last week and he mentioned that when he spoke to Sirius/XM’s Scott Greenstein, he couldn't even wrangle an invite from Scott. Face it, this is indeed a great idea, but to have some of the original people there, from back then, might not be a bad idea at all ... right? If nothing else, it would give the event more credibility. I think I'd like to see Shep Pettibone and Glenn Friscia there too. Maybe Vince Aletti and Bobby Shaw as well. And, how about Ian Schrager? He was Steve’s right-hand-man (went to jail with him and all) and, more often than not made lemonade out of lemons. Also, maybe Calvin Klein, Bianca Jagger; David Geffen; Barry Diller and Sandy Gallin. Don’t get me wrong, I wish Sirius/XM all the luck in the world with this ... but, some elements here don't seem kosher.


CBS SHOOTS ITSELF ON SUNDAYS -- In the golden days of TV, nabbing a spot after their 60 MINUTES was like grabbing the golden goose. Often the lead in from that show, would give even a dark horse a somewhat respectable rating. So far this season, their afternoon football game has drifted well beyond the supposed 7:00PM ending, therefore making every show (The Amazing Race; The Good Wife and CSI Miami) begin almost an hour late; effectively throwing their entire Sunday night programming into chaos. I really don't care about Race but, The Good Wife (with the luminescent Julianna Margulies) I do desperately want to see. So far, their three shows this season have been excellent ... even if they come on around 9:45PM EST. Monday night, with the World Series on Fox ran late, so their Terra Nova didn't air until almost an hour later. I guess the lesson earned is: be happy to even have your show on at all.


Poppy Montgomery

MORE TV --- Poppy Montgomery's Unforgettable gets better and better. She, late of Without A Trace and from Australia, is utterly fantastic as the police detective who can't forget anything; shades of Marilu Henner! Dylan Walsh (Nip/Tuck) is sensational too ... he's pretty believable and they share a winning chemistry. J.J. Abrams' Person Of Interest continues to fascinate as well. In this show, everyone is being watched, taped, and, seemingly followed. If you buy the premise, Michael Emerson is simply mesmerizing, and Jim Caviezel you can't take your eyes off in his black suit, shades and black sun glasses. Their episodes have gotten better and better ... while the jury is still out. I hope this one stays around.


BRADSHAW - REAL MENTALIST -- Professional psychic Anne Bradshaw is a real wonder. She's a real life Mentalist; using her extrasensory abilities to help individuals with life issues ranging from love, health, finance, career goals and business strategies. She's communicated with performing artists, as well as various law enforcement agencies in solving crimes. She's also conducted gallery readings for families and groups in the tri-state area, where she is based. Part-John Edwards, part-Kreskin (remember him?) she's unquestionably the real deal. She told us that she used to have readings for a select group of Wall Street brokers; seems to me she should still be doing it! She used to do a segment on the Martha Stewart Sirius/XM Radio show; and, now seems ready to break out on her own. She's also been profiled in the New Yorker and Time Out New York. You're going to be hearing much about her in the coming months.


Cindy Adams

ADAMS IN ZURICH -- Madame Adams (Cindy, that is) just back from Zurich, Switzerland. Her column the other day in the New York Post was hilarious! Would love to have been there. There's no one like Cindy ... only in New York kids!


Don Johnson

JOHNSON'S BACK -- Django Unchained director Quentin Tarantino has nabbed Don Johnson for the role of the wealthy plantation owner in his new epic; he'll join a cast that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell. The pic begins lensing later this year. Tarantino is always good for a surprise or two in the casting department; witness what's he's done with John Travolta and David Carradine. Adding Johnson here seems like an inspired move!The liberated slave Django (Foxx) and his bounty hunter partner (Waltz) meet the evil plantation owner in pursuit of a bounty, and he turns the table on them. Tarantino has been talking to Johnson for some time about the role; he most recently played a character called Miles Deep in the recent comedy Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star, but with this, he'll return to the fold in a big way!

Photos By: RD/Kabik/Leon/Orchon/Walter McBride/Sara De Boer/Retna

Wednesday, July 06, 2011



Horrible Bosses is relentlessly entertaining,
funny and ingeniously outrageous.


Kevin Spacey

I'm quite sure the there will be some who feel Horrible Bosses is just the latest in a disappointing downward trend in comedy; low-brow, sophomoric … but, I found it relentlessly entertaining … funny and ingeniously outrageous. It doesn't try to be Shakespeare … and, that's a good thing, but I think even the 'ole Bard himself might have had a laugh or two here with this one. The three main characters, Nick, Dale and Kurt have horrible bosses and after some rather dramatic career setbacks, they each begin to seriously consider offing them. Cut to the hiring of Jaime Foxx as a murder consultant. He won't do the dastardly deed … but, he'll tell you how! Foxx is just outstanding and brings a much welcomed gravitas to the whole affair. The plot unravels from there and much hilarity ensues. One boss eventually offs another ... and, the climatic ending is rather cleverly arrived at. Talk about modern technology ... you'll be somewhat surprised too. Sure, you could call this opus the continuing thread of the Hangover-effect ... but, again, is that a bad thing? As that earlier movie proved, there is indeed still an audience for outrageous R-rated comedies, but, I think the one definite negative aspect has been that they're been a lot of poor imitators to the crown. I mean, like everything else, if its good ... it'll fly. The bosses, Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell are enhanced characters of course, but they're devilishly dastardly. Spacey, bulked up for the role, delivers his lines with a truly sinister relish; he's that good. Some have already remarked that his reading is just a re-do of his take in Swimming With Sharks; but, is that a bad thing? Colin Farrell, with a shaved head and all is just sensational. Nice to see the actor once again showing off his acting prowess; he's really sensational. And, Aniston, playing a she-devil dentist is fun too. I've always liked her and while this role might not be what she's best remembered for ... she's delightful ... and, funny. The stars, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are all outstanding with high marks going to Day. Yes, he was great in Going The Distance (which was unfairly overlooked in my opinion) and outstanding in It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia … but, here's he's almost the start of the show, as his Dale is just the friend you never wanted … but, always have. Reliably loyal, but somewhat of a doofus. Bateman, having something of a career renaissance, is tremendous. A reliable rock of a character, he's sensational. While the three at times remind of Larry, Moe and Curly, you can't quite dismiss their antics and undeniable chemistry. The direction by Seth Gordon ("Four Christmases"; "The Office"; "Modern Family" and "Parks and Recreation") is serviceable and distinctive. I also appreciated the fact that though shot in L. A., the locations are somewhat different; this time they shot in Torrance; Woodland Hills; and Downtown L.A. As has become somewhat de rigueur ;watch the closing credits for some brilliant out takes. Needless to say, it looks like it was a fun shoot. Says Gordon: "Almost everyone has had a horrible boss at some point in their lives, someone who made life miserable. We all know how tempting it is to fantasize about how much better things would be if they were out of the way. This is a story about three guys who decide to do something about it; but, it doesn't turn out exactly the way they expect."

Photos By: RD/Orchon/Dziekan/Retna

Saturday, June 04, 2011


Malika Haqq

Garcelle Beauvais

Cedric Sanders

Joyful Drake

Jamie Foxx

Warren And Tylor Braithwaite

Juli Richmond

Boris Kodjoe

Shelly Renee


Shanice along with Juli Richmond, Jamie Foxx, Cedric Sanders, Joyful Drake, Boris Kodjoe, Shelly Renee and many others attended The 'Surreal4Real' Event Hosted by Casa Decor Benefiting Haven Hills held at the Vibiana in Los Angeles, California.

Photos By: RD / Orchon / Retna Digital

Tuesday, May 10, 2011


Lennox Lewis

Friday night Kim Kardashian was spotted dining on LAVO’s expansive terrace overlooking the Strip. In town for an appearance for her perfume, she was able to squeeze in a quick dinner at the Italian hot spot when her plane was delayed. Kim and several friends enjoyed her favorite Beet Salad along with the Kobe Meatball.

Later that night Lennox Lewis also dined at LAVO, fueling up before hosting LAVO’s pre-fight party in the nightclub. Once upstairs the former pro boxer held court with ten friends at a VIP table in the club, enjoying Belvedere cocktails and Patron Silver Tequila while dancing to the sounds of special guest DJ Politik.

At TAO, Swizz Beatz made his debut as the newest SKAM Artist DJ. The crowd was ripe with anticipation as he took to the DJ booth at 1 am. He didn’t disappoint, spinning, emceeing and performing for the packed club until 4 am. Swizz, whose wife Alicia Keys is celebrating her first Mother’s Day since the birth of their son last year, made sure to shout out to all of the mothers in the crowd. He treated club goers to his unreleased single, “Dance Like a White Girl,” telling the crowd that it means they should, “dance like they just don’t care.”


Christopher Big Black Boykin With Friends

Spotted taking in the scene from the dance floor were former NFL pro Michael Strahan and Nicole Murphy as well as Christopher “Big Black” Boykin from MTV’s Rob & Big, who stopped by the DJ booth to say hello. Cedric the Entertainer, Tracy McGrady of the Detroit Pistons, Derrick Ward of the Houston Texans, Brandon Jacobs of the New York Giants and sportswriter Jay Glazer were also enjoying the night in the club.


Jamie Foxx

Saturday night Jamie Foxx hosted a post fight party at TAO. After dining under the watchful eye of TAO's famed Buddha, Foxx headed up to the nightclub with a large group of friends, including actor Tyrese Gibson. As he entered the club, he passed the DJ booth, grabbed a mic from DJ Vice and was shouting out to the crowd before he even made it to his VIP table on the dance floor. Foxx teamed up with Vice to put on a show for the packed crowd as he danced and sang to every song Vice threw his way. Champagne flowed at all of the tables on the dance floor, with Foxx even taking it upon himself to spray the crowd in front of him. Foxx stayed on the mic for more than two hours, keeping the party going until the early hours of the morning.


Aaron Paul

At LAVO Aaron Paul hosted a post fight party of his own. The Emmy Award winning actor and star of the AMC hit series Breaking Bad headed to LAVO directly after the fight for dinner with friends at the Italian eatery. After enjoying signatures dishes including the Kobe Meatball, Chicken Parmagiano and Bread Pudding for dessert, they made their way upstairs to a table on the dance floor. The star took pictures with fans and his friends as DJ Reach gave him shout outs throughout the night.

Photos By: Al Powers

Wednesday, February 02, 2011


20th Century Fox Hosts Rio

Anne Hathaway

Jamie Foxx

George Lopez With Carlos Saldanha

Sergio Mendez

Sergio Mendez along with George Lopez, Anne Hathaway, Jamie Foxx, Carlos Saldanha and many more stars attended the screening of "Rio" at the Zanuck Theatre at 20th Century Fox Studios in Los Angeles, California.

Photos By: RD/ Scott Kirkland/ Retna Digital

Monday, December 13, 2010


Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx celebrated his 43rd birthday at the Playboy Club at the Palms Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. The star was all smiles for the roving cameras.

Photo By: RD / Kabik / Retna Digital

Monday, April 19, 2010


Halle Berry With Jamie Foxx And Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis

Halle Berry

Elise Neal

Alicia Keys

Jamie Foxx along with Alicia Keys, Elise Neal, Halle Berry and Leona Lewis attended the Silver Rose Gala and Auction at the Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows in Beverly Hills, California yesterday.
Photos By: RD / Kenney / Retna Digital

Monday, February 08, 2010


Swizz Beatz

Jamie Foxx With Marlon Wayans And Damon Wayans

Dave Annable Kisses Odette Yustman

Alex Rodriguez With Guy Oseary And Ingrid Casares

TAO brought Vegas to Miami for the big game with a Superbowl Party at Wall Nightclub inside the W Hotel in South Beach. A few notes from Friday night’s festivities include: Celeb DJ Swizz Beatz, producer of Jay Z’s Empire State of Mind, playing the song over and over again for Alex Rodriquez and Derek Jeter who were sitting across from each other but never said hello. Dave Annable of the hit ABC show Brothers and Sisters and his girlfriend Odette Yustman walking the red carpet hand in hand. Chris Rock arrived at TAO’s Super Bowl party asking for good friend Jamie Foxx, after learning he was not in the building he opted to sit with fellow funny guy David Spade until Jamie Foxx finally joined him and then they both jumped on the mic, with Chris Rock singing the Run DMC song line “I’m the KING of ROCK”. Kristen Cavallari was ecstatic after visiting the Motorola gifting suite by the pool at TAO’s pop-up Super Bowl party at W South Beach where she received her new Droid phone. After last week’s season premiere marking the show’s final season, “Lost” actor Josh Halloway attended TAO’s pop- up Super Bowl party at W South Beach’s Wet & Wall. Other celebrities spotted include, Tinsley Mortimer, Guy Oseary, Michael Bay, Chace Crawford, Kristin Cavallari, Kevin Connolly, Amanda Bynes, Dhani Jones, Gabrielle Union, Wilmer Valderrama, Lance Bass, Wayans Brothers and Rony Seikaly.

Photos By: Seth Browarnik