British-Nigerian actor Chiwetel Ejiofor gets personal with the BBC as he discusses why and how he got involved in the screen adaptation of Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s novel ‘Half of A Yellow Sun’.
You’ll also get to hear clips from the film and Ejiofor’s experience of shooting a film in Nigeria.
Avengers: The Infinity Gauntlet
Prepare yourselves. For now, I summon…the end.
Grace Chang on a movie poster for The Wild, Wild Rose—a film whose story line and song melodies are derived from Bizet’s Carmen.
Lena Horne performing in the lounge of the Savoy-Plaza Hotel, New York, 1942.
The news: Christian Parrish Takes the Gun. Remember his name.
The Apsáalooke American Indian hails from the Crow Nation Reservation near Billings, Mont., and on March 21, the MTV Iggy blog named him Artist of the Week from among hundreds of competitors.
What makes him special? Well, he raps under the name “SupaMan,” he sings, he makes crazy drum loops, he’s a champion powwow fancy dancer and sometimes, if you’re lucky, he does all four at the same time.
Santoine: Followers, thoughts?