The Madonna vs. Mariah Carey battle has been going on for a while. Who will sell more albums, break more records????
Now, it turns out both ladies will be competing against each other….with their new films.
Both Madonna and Mariah have films screening at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
Whose will be better?
Madonna's film, I Am Because We Are, is set to premiere this Thursday at 6 P.M. It focuses on the severe issues in Malawi. Thankfully, she doesn't act in it.
The quick synopsis: "In a country of 12 million people, an unprecedented one million-plus children have been orphaned by AIDS, and malnutrition and inadequate medical treatment still run rampant. The multitalented Madonna assumes one of her most impactful roles yet as writer, producer, and narrator of this eye-opening and heart-wrenching documentary."
Sounds good enough to watch.
Mariah is also premiering her film, titled Tennessee which will play for the first time on Saturday.
Tennessee is the story of two brothers, one dying of leukemia, who go on the road to find their abusive father in hopes that he might be able to provide a bone marrow transplant. "Car trouble in Texas leads Carter and Ellis to make the acquaintance of a diner waitress, Crystal [Mimi], who has her own demons to flee and singing dreams to pursue in Tennessee. The relationship that brews between the three is a heartwarming, contemporary spin on the American road movie."
Who will win the movie war?
Madonna or Mariah????
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