Archive for the ‘Martin Lawrence’ Category
Posted by Media Outrage on April 22, 2010
Posted by Media Outrage on April 14, 2010
Martin Lawrence, the man who made millions laugh for years, finally came out of hiding when he attended the LA premiere of “Death At A Funeral” at Pacific’s Cinerama Dome. Martin had a beautiful lady on his arm. They make a pretty couple. How many would love to see Martin return to TV?? How many would lay down hard-earned cash to watch him do stand-up again?
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Posted by Media Outrage on October 28, 2009
Martin Lawrence hit up the LA premiere of This Is It yesterday with his daughters Lyana 8 (left) and Amerie 6 (right). Which daughter resembles Martin more? It’s rare to even catch a glimpse of Martin out and about, so to see the brother is a good thing. What kind of role would you like to see Martin portray?? Peep Vivica Fox, Will Smith, Bill Bellamy and Nia Long when you Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on February 19, 2009
Not that kind of hunt you trouble makers….smh. 50 who is addicted to touching major chedda is on the hunt for a few good comedy scripts for he and Martin Lawrence. 50 has a film production company and is interested in bringing some real comedy to the big screen. Well this shouldn’t surprise you after seeing stuff like this.
Posted by Media Outrage on October 28, 2008
Martin Lawrence hit up a Heavy D listening party last night in West Hollywood. It’s not often that photogs catch Martin out and about. Evan Ross, Heavy D, Daphne Wayans, and actress Sophia Vergara were also on hand for the party. Would you like to see Martin hit the television scene with another sitcom or just stay on the big screen? Has there ever been a sitcom funnier than Martin?
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Posted by Media Outrage on March 4, 2008
Martin Lawrence, Raven Symone who was looking pretty good and busty, Kim Whitley who bears a close resemblance to 227 actress Jackee Harry, Rondell Sheridan, and others showed up to the premiere of College Road Trip last night in L.A.
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Posted by Media Outrage on February 7, 2008
Martin Lawrence hit up ‘TRL’ in NY on Tuesday to promote his newest movie ‘Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins’. Certain faces he makes takes you right back to his show ‘Martin’ and those hilariously unique characters that he portrayed. That’s a talented dude.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 29, 2008
Martin Lawrence, Mo’Nique, Mike Epps, Ced, Michael Clarke Duncan, Boris Kodjoe his wife Nicole Ari Parker, Barry Bonds and more came out last night for the premiere of “Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins”. Martin, Ced, and Mo’Nique were on Oprah yesterday and Mo’Nique shared a moving story about how she met Oprah when she was a broadcaster on Baltimore TV and Mo was still a little girl and she told Oprah she wanted to be just like her and Oprah told her it will take a lot of hard work.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 23, 2008
Tichina Arnold recently spoke with Essence about her career and her former cast members from ‘Martin’.
Essence.com: So do you still keep in touch with Martin Lawrence?
T.A.: Yes, I still keep in touch with Martin. I haven’t talked to him for a minute. I talk to his family.
Essence.com: Your best friend Tisha Campbell Martin and her hubby Duane Martin said the beef they had long ago with Martin Lawrence was squashed. Did you ever feel trapped in the middle of that past drama?
T.A.: Honestly, Tisha and Martin never put me in it. They did a great job of leaving it amongst themselves. Although it broke up a family because the entire cast—we were all very close. It was something that happened and we dealt with it, but it’s long been squashed.
Essence.com: A few Black actresses criticized the Black female bloggers regarding the comments and rumors they’ve made about them. Do you explore the blogosphere and read what they’re saying about you?
T.A.: Yes, I love them! I think they are hilarious especially concreteloop.com. I really don’t get offended by what they say. I remember one time I went to this event and I thought I was decked out. I think my stylist was unavailable and I dressed myself, I can’t remember, but you couldn’t tell me I wasn’t looking good and they said something like, ‘We love Tichina, but she looks like Boy George!’ and I looked at the picture and thought, Damn, I do look like Boy George and I just fell out because to me it’s all about comedy. Another blog said I had chest hairs and I’m like, They trippin’! I look good and I don’t have no damn chest hairs (laughs)!’ Most of the times when the media decides to talk about me I’m like, I don’t care what the hell they say as long as my picture looks good. But it’s only when the comments gets vicious that I can understand where folks are coming from about the negativity and hate, but I just don’t take myself that seriously. I love reading the blogs!
Essence.com: You’ve also been under the same fire as Tisha and Duane regarding your sexuality. There have been silly rumors that you left your first husband for MC Lyte and dated her for a few years before hooking up with your daughter’s father.
T.A.: (Laughs) No, not at all. You know you’re not famous until someone accuses you of being gay. I know a lot of people in Hollywood so I can see them making up stuff like that. It doesn’t bother me. I pay it no attention.
Essence.com: Why do you think it is that everyone is so fascinated with what celebs are doing in their bedrooms?
T.A.: Because it comes with the territory. It’s our responsibility as public figures to be cognizant of how we’re being seen. If you don’t want to be accused of being an alcoholic, then don’t be seen drunk. Unfortunately, creating rumors is a business. Unfortunately, you can’t control rumors and I don’t worry about dispelling any because to do that would mean I’m giving credence to any lies that might be out there about me.
Essence.com: If someone asked you to make a personal assessment about yourself what would it be?
T.A.: That I worked hard, I’ve made all the right choices in my life and even in my mistakes that people have and will learn something. I’m a realist not a sugar coater, so it’s not easy. But I believe in always letting people know what their obstacles are. And at the end of the day, I just want to be respected for my hard work.
To read the rest of Tichina’s interview click here.
Posted by Media Outrage on December 22, 2007
Jamie Foxx continued his 40th birthday celebration at Jet nightclub in the Mirage in Las Vegas last night. It’s good to see Martin Lawrence out and about. Two of the funniest comedians in hollywood photo’d together. We still will never understand why Jamie marked his head up with that crazy tattoo.