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Get On Up is an upcoming American biographical drama film about the life of singer James Brown directed by Tate Taylor and written by Jez and John-Henry Butterworth.  The film stars Chadwick Boseman as Brown.  
The film is set for an August 1, 2014 release date
Chadwick Boseman starred as Jackie Robinson in the movie “42” last year and director Tate Taylor directed the movie “The Help” in 2011.
My High Note on the concert with Brown & Pavarotti
James Brown performed with Luciano Pavarotti in Pavarotti’s home town in Italy on May 28,2002 at a concert titled, “Pavarotti & Friends” benefiting victims of war. Brown died in 2006 and Pavarotti died 8 months later in 2007.  Both men were still performing or making plans to continue performing in their 70’s at the time of their passing..
Directed by Tate Taylor
Produced by Brian Grazer
Mick Jagger
Tate Taylor
Victoria Pearman
Erica Huggins


  • Chadwick Boseman as James Brown
  • Nelsan Ellis as Bobby Byrd
  • Brandon Mychal Smith as Little Richard
  • Jill Scott as Deidre “Dee-Dee” Jenkins
  • Tika Sumpter as Yvonne Fair
  • Viola Davis as Susie Brown
  • Octavia Spencer as Aunt Honey
  • Keith Robinson as Baby Roy
  • Lennie James as Joseph “Joe” James
  • James DuMont as Corporal Dooley
  • Dan Aykroyd as Ben Bart
  • Nick Eversman as Mick Jagger
  • Josh Hopkins as Ralph Bass
  • Kirk Bovill as Announcer
  • Ralph Tresvant as Sam Cooke
  • Aakomon Jones as Bobby Bennett


The Hundred-Foot Journey is a comedy-drama film directed by Lasse Hallström from a screenplay written by Steven Knight. The film stars Helen Mirren as  Madame Mallory  

The film is set for an August 8, 2014 release date

Helen Mirren starred as Elizabeth II in movie “The Queen”.in 2005 and Lasse Hallström directed the movie “The Cider House Rules” in 1999,


Hassan Kadam (played by Manish Dayal) and his family are displaced from their native India. They settle in a small French town to open a restaurant, but once the ice-queen proprietress of the French restaurant across the street, Madame Mallory (played by Helen Mirren), catches wind of it, she gives them hell
Oprah’s “favorite summer read in 2010”
 In an interview, Oprah Winfrey quoted, “Food allows to blend cultures and gives ability peek in other’s life. It is about a hundred foot divide between cultures.” 
She quotes, “It’s about human beings coming to understand other human beings and more importantly, after you get to experience or step into somebody else’s shoes or see them for a real human being, how you understand that you’re really more alike than you are different”
Directed by Lasse Hallström
Produced by Steven Spielberg
Oprah Winfrey
Juliet Blake


  • Helen Mirren as Madame Mallory
  • Manish Dayal as Hassan Haji
  • Om Puri as Papa
  • Juhi Chawla
  • Charlotte Le Bon
  • Amit Shah as Mansour
  • Rohan Chand as Young Hassan Haji

Camille Mitchell

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