Beyoncé Joins the Cast for The Lion King Due to be Released Next Summer

The cast for The Lion King set to be released the summer of 2019 has been unveiled and guess who’s voicing the character Nala? Well you got it right! None other but Beyoncé Knowles Carter. Other actors on the casts includes; British/Nigerian actor Chiwetel Ejiofor, Donald  Glover, James Earl Jones amongst others. We certainly can’t…

ABC’s ‘Scandal’Is Going To End After The 7th Season 

Shonda Rhimes is pulling the plug on ABC’s political drama, ‘scandal.’ According to Deadline, the show starring Kerry Washington will end after its 7th season.  Rhimes has vocalized her uncertainty about the future of the show because of the country’s current political climate.  She told Hollywood Reporter during an interview for it’s 100th episode that:…

Reasons Why Connecticut Schools Are Against The Netflix Series-“13 Reasons Why”

Connecticut schools have joined forces to exile the hit Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”-which they say depicts suicide as “a viable and/or romanticized options” for teens. Two school heads sent letters to parents advising them to discuss the Netflix hit with their children. the school officials also asked the parents to include information about how…

LIBS Of ORC: Pain,  Suicide And The Series “13 Reasons Why”

​”13 Reasons Why” is based on best-selling author Jay Asher’s 2007 young adult book of the same title. Actress and pop star Selena Gomez co-produced the 13-episode Netflix adaptation. According to her: “We wanted to make something that can hopefully help people.” And, Selena did it. They’ve made it hard to stomach the depictions of adolescent…

Female Smurf Removed From Billboard In Religious Israeli City

Promotional billboards for the new movie Smurfs: The Lost Village were unveiled across Israel on Sunday, but in one Israeli city the images have been tweaked to exclude Smurfette, the lone female of the bunch. The ultra Orthodox Bnei Brak region of Tel Aviv erased all images of Smurfette, because Jewish men are forbidden to…