It’s been about a year since Kerry Washington has made news around here, let’s end that streak tonight. Dressed in purple and black, with obligatory star shades, Kerry Washington was spotted, this afternoon, walking into The Ed Sullivan Theater for an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, which will air tonight. This weekend her new movie, Mother and Child, will be in theatres in a limited NY/LA release.
What’s it about? Let’s check the official Sony synopsis..more..
Michelle Obama was happy during Barack Obama’s run for president. When they weren’t together on the campaign trail, Michelle would occasionally speak at another event in the state; holding it down and promoting the cause for Change. Now that Barack Obama is the Commander in Chief, The Washington Post is reporting that Michelle Obama is wondering what exactly she’s supposed to do with this First Lady thing ..more..
It seems celebrities only get their close-up in the public’s eye during their worst moments. Yeah, it makes for great gossip (I read it and talk about it) but sometimes it’s nice seeing them involved in things outside of la’ nonsense. Usher and Kerry Washington are doing just that: as official surrogates, they stumped for Barack Obama in South Carolina.
Last week, Kerry Washington was at the Essence Oscar gathering; asked by Inside Edition how and why she was involved with Barack Obama’s campaign, Kerry was ready with the goods (thanks to blacktreemedia).
The only reason to see Chris Rock’s “I Think I Love My Wife” (now on DVD) is to catch Kerry Washington in her black freak-me dress.
Oh, I’ve been a fan since Our Song, although back then she was just a chubby little something. Our Song was an independent movie and I believe her first film.
Since then Kerry Washington has made her presence felt in Ray, Last King of Scotland, the Fantastic Four series, a bit part in Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and helped Spike Lee recreate his deviant fantasies in She Hate Me.
Tack on the Loreal endorsement contract she signed last year and that’s a nice climb from waiting tables in the East Village to keep the lights on.more..