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24 Jun 2012

Eddie Murphy’s “A Thousand Words” film becoming available on Blu-Ray, DVD, On Demand and for Digital Download

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June 24, 2012 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

By Florence Anthony


While speaking at a Summer Olympics press conference in Paris, San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker revealed he’ll miss a week of practice due to an eye injury he sustained in the Chris Brown/Drake brawl in New York City. Said Tony: “I was with my friend Chris Brown and me and my friends took some punches. They started throwing bottles everywhere. I don’t know what happened.” During the fight, Tony sustained an injury to the cornea of his eye. He says he can’t do anything for seven days. So, he will be missing the start of the French team. Says Tony: “But I was lucky. The injury won’t prevent me from competing in the Olympics in any way.” I say he needs to thank God that he’s lucky he still has an eye.


When every single word counts, what do you choose to say? That is the question answered to comedic effect in “A Thousand Words,” debuting on Blu-Ray and DVD on June 26th from Paramount Home Media Distribution. The film will also be available On Demand and for Digital Download on June 22nd. Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy is Jack McCall, a fast-talking literary agent, who can close any deal, any time, anywhere. He has set his sights on popular New Age guru Dr. Sinja (Cliff Curtis) for his own purposes. The film also features Kerry Washington, Allison Janney, Clark Duke and Jack McBrayer.


Cadillac is presenting the 2012 American Black Film Festival (ABFF) Black Movie Trivia Competition in the Cadillac Lounge at the Ritz Carlton Hotel on South Beach, Miami, Florida, June 21-23. In addition, Cadillac salutes four extremely talented filmmakers nominated for Best Director: Matthew Cherry – “The Last Fall,” Sheldon Cands: LUV,” Russ Parr: “The Undershepherd” and Storm Saulter: “Better Mus’ Come.”


“SS Nirvana,” a story of love and jazz on the high seas will make its Brooklyn, New York premiere on June 24 at the new Cafe’ Denim, 1114 Franklin Street at 3 pm. Dinner and show is $55 per person. Starring Natasha C.Coward as Madame Royale, the “SS Nirvana’s” stage is set as “Madame Royale’s” Supper Club, a marvelous, magical room that spotlights legendary artists both past and present. The swinging play will be presented as dinner theatre to celebrate the grand opening of this new fine dining venue.


According to reports, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West headed out for a fancy evening at Ferdi on June 17 in Paris, France. Earlier in the day, the coosome twosome were spotted sightseeing in the City of Lights.

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