Jaimie Alexander stunned on the red carpet as she arrived at Radio City Music Hall in New York for the 2015 NBC Upfront Presentation. She was accompanied by her co-stars from the forthcoming drama 'Blindspot', including Audrey Esparza, Rob Brown and Sullivan Stapleton.
Actor Rob Brown's racial discrimination lawsuit against bosses of U.S. retail giant MACy's has reportedly ended after the two parties reached an undisclosed settlement.
The Treme star filed a class-action complaint against the department store chain last year (13) after alleging he had been handcuffed and questioned by undercover police at the company's New York venue.
Staff had suspected him of using a stolen credit card to buy a $1,350 (£900) watch for his mother, and Brown alleged he was "paraded" through the store like a criminal before being released without charge 45 minutes later.
Continue reading: Rob Brown Settles Lawsuit With Macy's
Jay-Z has released a statement stating he will be launching his line at Barneys, despite complaints made against the store alleging it racially discriminates against its customers.
Jay-Z has released a statement announcing he will go continue with his controversial business arrangement with Barneys, despite allegations of the store racial profiling. Jay-Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter, has released a statement on his website announcing he will continue launching his line at the New York store.
Jay Z has released a statement on his website.
Barneys New York Inc. and Macy's Inc. are currently being investigated by the New York state attorney general following a number of black customers complaining they were stopped by police after making expensive purchases. Whether or not the stores racially profile is being investigated and they have been ordered to provide the Attorney General with information on their policies for questioning and detaining customers.
Continue reading: Jay Z Will Launch Collection At Barneys Despite Racial Profiling Cases
Black actor Rob Brown has filed a new class-action complaint against bosses at U.S. retailer MACy's over multiple allegations of racial discrimination.
The Treme star revealed last month (Oct13) that he had been handcuffed and questioned by undercover police at the company's flagship New York store after store clerks suspected him of using a stolen credit card to buy a $1,350 (£900) Movado watch for his mother.
He claims he was "paraded" through the department store like a criminal, but released without charge after 45 minutes in custody when officials realised who he was.
Continue reading: Actor Rob Brown Files Class-action Suit Against Macy's Bosses
With this writing-directing debut, Joseph Gordon-Levitt delivers a remarkably assured comedy-drama while also giving himself a role that's far against his usual type. It's raucously hilarious but also surprisingly involving as it reveals the vulnerabilities of a strutting hard-man. And we're having so much fun that we barely notice that the script's approach to addiction is somewhat simplistic.
The title character is such a dude that his friends call him "the don", in reference to New Jersey gangsters. And Jon (Gordon-Levitt) has his life figured out, with a list of things he cares for: his body, home, car, family, church, friends and girls. In that order. But above everything else, his main obsession is porn. Then while hanging with his friends Bobby and Danny (Brown and Luke) he spots Barbara (Johansson), a perfect "dime" who's worth playing the long game for. Except that she has zero tolerance for pornography, so he has to hide his addiction from her, only confessing to his parish priest and an unexpectedly sympathetic fellow student (Moore) at night school.
Like a character from Jersey Shore, Jon is such a charming loser that we can't help but love him. But despite the macho swagger and gym-honed physique, he's also deeply devoted to his parents (the fabulous Danza and Headly) and happiest when he's cleaning his flat. Gordon-Levitt wouldn't be the first actor you'd think of in this role, but he plays it perfectly, letting us see the little boy behind the tough-guy posturing and making us believe that he's fallen for the charms of this idealised woman (Johansson is simply hysterical).
Continue reading: Don Jon Review
Actor Rob Brown has filed a lawsuit against bosses at top U.S. retailer MACy's amid allegations of racial discrimination after he was suspected of using a stolen credit card to purchase an expensive watch.
The Finding Forrester star, 29, claims he was handcuffed in the company's flagship New York store for no reason in June (13) after buying a $1,350 (£900) Movado timepiece as a gift for his mother, Myra, who had graduated from Metropolitan Community College.
He continued shopping after paying for the watch, but alleges he was quickly surrounded by "at least three" plainclothes officers who detained him and "paraded" him through the store like a criminal as they took him upstairs to be questioned.
Continue reading: Actor Rob Brown Suing Macy's Over Racial Profiling Allegations
Jon Martello enjoys his routine lifestyle which involves working out, maintaining his apartment, driving a flash car, seeing his family, going to church, hanging with his boys, pulling pretty girls and, crucially, watching porn. The expectations he builds watching X-rated internet videos is a massive contribution to the fact that he doesn't have long lasting relationships with anyone, despite his friends nicknaming him Don Jon for his ability to take home a stunning woman whenever he likes. However, after setting eyes on a beautiful blonde at a club, he has more than just a one night stand on his mind and arranges to meet her for a date. When they appear to begin seeing each other regularly (to the delight of his grandchild-less mother) things seem to be going better for him than ever before; that is, until, she catches him enjoying his daily dose of obscene web action. Jon now realises he has a lot of lessons to learn if he wants to be with the woman of his dreams.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt ('Looper', 'Lincoln', 'Inception', 'The Dark Knight Rises') stars in his directorial feature debut 'Don Jon' which also marks his first full-length screenplay. It's a comedy about a seemingly normal New Jersey guy who, though happy as he is at the present, could be slowly destroying his future. It will hit UK cinemas in the Autumn on November 15th 2013.
'21 Jump Street' actress Brie Larson has joined the cast of 'Don Jon's Addiction', Joseph Gordon-Levitt's forthcoming directorial debut.
Brie Larson has joined the cast of 'Don Jon's Addiction'.
The '21 Jump Street' actress will play the sister of Joseph Gordon-Levitt's titular character - a porn addict who resolves to become a less selfish person after meeting a recently widowed older woman (Julianne Moore) - in the dark comedy.
Continue reading: Brie Larson Joins Don Jon's Addiction Cast
Rob Brown, Clarke Peters, Melissa Leo and Wendell Pierce - Venida Evans, Rob Brown, Melissa Leo, Wendell Pierce and Clarke Peters New York City, USA - Cast members of HBO's 'Treme' sign copies of the complete first season on DVD and Blu-Ray, held at Best Buy in Union Square Thursday 31st March 2011
If you've seen the trailer, you know the story. The local Bronx kids live in fear of "the window," a ghostlike man who stares down at them creepily while they shoot hoops. On a dare, young Jamal (Brown) sneaks into the place, finding it cluttered with books. He's given a scare and Jamal runs off, leaving his backpack behind.
Continue reading: Finding Forrester Review
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