This is so sad.
Terrence Howard News Archive
She’s back and she’s better than ever!
It’s so hard missing Oprah Winfrey on our daytime TV schedule that we really relish getting a glimpse of her onscreen from time to time.
And what a gloriously long glimpse we have coming our way!
We told you all about her return to acting in The Butler, but did anyone have any idea just how AH-Mazing it’d look?!
Also starring Forest Whitaker and Terrence Howard, this flick looks like a serious masterpiece!
The emotions, history and struggles depicted are almost more than we can handle and that’s not even taking into account the queen of all queens, Oprah!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!
The two have a love scene in their upcoming film The Butler, but sounds like it wasn’t meant to be as romantic as it turned out to be. A “misbehaved” Terrence may have gotten a little heated whilst filming, says Oprah to talk show host, Steve Harvey: “he’s a misbehaving kind of boy.”
As for the comment they’re referring to in the video, watch the clip to hear Terrence swoon over Oprah’s “tig ole’ bitties" …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Terrence Howard is known around Hollywood for being a little full of himself, and kinda hard to work with. We're glad he's doing something to change that frame of mind, because we really do think he's one hell of an actor!
Terrence has joined the Colon Cancer Alliance, and has recorded a new PSA for the group — all about getting people the proper screening for colon cancer, which is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in America. It's also very preventable with the right kind of screening!
Unfortunately, it couldn't be prevented in Terrence's mother, and that's why he has taken up this fight:
“I miss my mother’s voice and her gentle kindness. But despite my loss, my mom would love to know that her battle with colon cancer helped save others."
Virtually equal numbers of women (69,140) and men (73,680) are diagnosed with colon cancer each year, and yet people still view it as a "man's disease."
Check out Terrence's inspirational PSA (above), and make sure you get screened!
Colin Farrell is going Down!
Er, we mean he's starring in the new movie Dead Man Down, directed by original Girl With The Dragon Tattoo trilogy helmer Niels Arden Oplev.
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see Colin, Noomi Rapace, and Terrence Howard share amazing words of praise for the auteur.
And to see some action-packed (and shirtless!) clips of the movie!
We’ve been hearing so much about Movie 43, that we just had to hit up the red carpet last night at the flick’s premiere to find out more!
The film has been in the making for years and contains a cluster of celebs who take on some HIGHlarious roles!
Everyone from Andy Dick to Shameless’ Jeremy Allen White turned up to tell us a little bit about it!
Check out our EXCLUSIVE coverage from the El Lay premiere (above)!!!
LOLz! Jimmy Bennett in his tampon suit jacket definitely took the prize for best-dressed! Ha!
Movie 43 premieres this Friday and from what we heard, it sounds pretty dayum funny! CLICK HERE to watch the trailer!
Another celebrity with outstanding debt?
Are the bills getting lost in the mail?
We sure hope so because now it’s Terrence Howard who’s racking up some debt.
Mister Howard had a lawsuit filed against him last month by American Express because he hasn’t caught up on his bill totaling $33,474.79 despite their demands.
Oops! Maybe the amount was so insignificant to him it slipped past?
Or maybe he's been putting his money elsewhere?
Either way, he better catch up on it quickly because American Express now wants the payment plus 10 percent interest since accrued on Terrence’s account and legal fees.
And that's not a fun way to spend your money.
Time to Get Rich or Die Tryin'…LOLz!
[Image via Carrie Devorah/WENN.]
Ever since he finished filming the Transformers franchise, Shia LeBeouf has been getting pretty serious.
You can watch him play a Prohibition era bootlegger in Lawless this weekend and he's about to start bangin' on film in the next Lars von Trier movie, The Nymphomaniac. To add to his new image, we'll get to see him play an investigative journalist who exposes fugitive members of militant protest group The Weather Underground!
The 26-year-old stars alongside an incredible cast consisting of Hollywood veterans like Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Nick Nolte, Stanley Tucci, Julie Christi and Terrence Howard in The Company You Keep.
The first trailer for the drama (above) features LeBeouf in the center of it all after a story he writes causes Redford's character to go on the run from the law after 30 years in hiding.
It looks like a top-notch political thriller if U ask us and should definitely make the world take Louis Stevens a little more seriously.