Get a Fresh Lineup From the New ‘Barbershop: the Next Cut’ Trailer

by Charles Bramesco November 24, 2015 @ 10:35 AM
It’s been 11 years since the last film in the Barbershop connected cinematic universe, but that hasn’t deterred the powers that be from giving it a fresh trim and getting it back out in the world. Shifting hands from MGM to Warner Bros., the newest installment Barbershop 3: the Next Cut will come to theaters next year with some high-profile additions to the cast.

Judy Greer to Make Directorial Debut With ‘A Happening of Monumental Proportions’

by Britt Hayes November 10, 2015 @ 6:21 PM
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The title of Judy Greer’s directorial debut could very well serve as a headline for Judy Greer making her directorial debut. Following a year in which the excellent actress was annoyingly sidelined with thankless roles in films like Jurassic World and Ant-Man, Greer is getting behind the camera to make her own movie — a dramedy starring Common and Allison Janney.

‘John Wick 2’ Casts Common as the Bad Guy Keanu Reeves Will Destroy

by Britt Hayes October 26, 2015 @ 5:17 PM
Lionsgate / Summit
John Wick 2 is heading into production this week (what a time to be alive!) with Keanu Reeves returning as the titular badass protagonist. Every good guy needs a bad guy to stand in his way, and this time around it’s rapper / actor Common who will be giving John Wick a tough time — and eventually getting his face annihilated by our favorite puppy-loving hero.

‘Suicide Squad’ Adds Common to the Lineup in a Mystery Role

by Britt Hayes April 22, 2015 @ 6:04 PM
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Production recently began on David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, but that hasn’t stopped the director from adding to the film’s super-villainous lineup. Joining the impressive and ever-growing roster of stars is rapper/actor Common, last seen in last year’s critically acclaimed Selma.

'LUV' Review

by Jordan Hoffman January 18, 2013 @ 8:15 AM
Indomina Releasing
Much like 'Training Day,' 'LUV' begins with two men in uniform on a journey investigating the line between criminal activity and personal responsibility. In 'LUV,' however, the uniform is not that of a police officer, but a clean business suit worn in contrast to the street clothes of Baltimore's thugs. Also: one of the men is actually still a boy, an impressionable pre-adolescent who lives with his grandmother while his mother is “away.” Sharing the breakfast table is Uncle Victor (Common), recently returned from prison and looking to make a change to his life.