Tia & Tamera Mowry: EBONY Cover Girls

On April 8, 2014, in Celeb, by ayesha

Posted: April 8, 2014 by Jenny Schafer Twins, and Sister, Sister stars Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley, grace the May cover of EBONY and dish on family, career and growing up in the public eye. Tamera on discussing racism with her son Aden: “What I learned to just tell him, ‘They don’t know any better.

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Twins, and Sister, Sister stars Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley, grace the May cover of EBONY and dish on family, career and growing up in the public eye.

Tamera on discussing racism with her son Aden: “What I learned to just tell him, ‘They don’t know any better. This is what they’re taught.’ And those [people exist] on both sides; [There are] people who are racist against Blacks and people who are racist against mixed people. All you have to say is, ‘They don’t know,’ and just love them any way.”

Tia on their moments of hardships: “After Sister, Sister ended, nobody was calling. My sister and I were sick and tired of being sick and tired of sitting back and waiting for those phone calls. We had the mentality, ‘We’re not going to depend on anybody anymore, we’re not going to let someone else’s value of us diminish how we value ourselves, and we’re going to put action in place.’ We put our minds together and executed [our plans].”

Tamera on her interracial marriage with FOX news correspondent Adam Housley: “Honestly, growing up, I [just] knew I was going to marry a Black man. But, as I grew up, I learned to just be open. I just wanted to be with someone who was confident around me and who I felt comfortable being myself with.”

For more from Tia and Tamera, pick up the April issue of EBONY on newsstand now.

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Kate Moss & Lila: Beautiful In Brazil

On April 8, 2014, in Celeb, by ayesha

Posted: April 8, 2014 by Jenny Schafer Model mom Kate Moss and her 11-year-old daughter Lila were all smiles in Rio de Janeiro last week. Joined by friends, the pretty pair were seen enjoying the sights during their Brazilian getaway. The mother-daughter duo later hit the beach in bikinis and matching black sarongs as they soaked up the sun

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Model mom Kate Moss and her 11-year-old daughter Lila were all smiles in Rio de Janeiro last week. Joined by friends, the pretty pair were seen enjoying the sights during their Brazilian getaway.

The mother-daughter duo later hit the beach in bikinis and matching black sarongs as they soaked up the sun.

The British beauty, 40, is reprising her role of designer for Topshop once again, debuting her collection in this month’s issue of Vogue.

Moss first turned designer for the store back in 2007.

“I have really missed being involved in the design process, and working with the team at Topshop,” Kate said. “I am very excited to create a new collection that bears my name. Now more than ever with London being at the forefront of fashion as it feels like I’m back home working with Topshop.”

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Raze And 9 Other Films For Modern Grindhouse Fans

On January 11, 2014, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, Entertainment, Music, Videos, by nadia

With the release of Zoe Bell’s new flick, Raze, in theaters and on Video on Demand, we are reminded of all the modern-day grindhouse films that we’ve come to enjoy over the past 14 years. The genre, named after theaters (in particular defunct burlesque theaters in New York City) that primarily showed exploitation films, plays on its low budget, niche appeal and, often times, lurid subject matter.

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With the release of Zoe Bell’s new flick, Raze, in theaters and on Video on Demand, we are reminded of all the modern-day grindhouse films that we’ve come to enjoy over the past 14 years. The genre, named after theaters (in particular defunct burlesque theaters in New York City) that primarily showed exploitation films, plays on its low budget, niche appeal and, often times, lurid subject matter. Raze like the 9 other films on this list, keeps things bloody, raunchy and fun. (Just don’t watch these with your mother!)

1. All The Boys Love Mandy Lane

Shelved for several years before finally getting released in October of last year, this flick does its best to flip the horror genre on its head. Alcohol, drugs, sex and plenty of gore come into play when a group of kids decide to spend a weekend at a remote farmhouse.

2. Black Dynamite

Black Dynamite is a Blaxploitation film that blurs action and comedy in a tale of a former CIA agent who must avenge his brother’s death. This critically acclaimed film played on all the Pam Grier and Shaft films of the ‘70s and ‘80s.

3. Death Proof

Director Quentin Tarantino has never been shy about his love for exploitation films. Death Proof is his homage to carsploitation, mockbusters, slashers and giallo flicks. In Tarantino’s version, two groups of women who are terrorized by stunt driver who uses his Chevy Nova SS 396 to lure them in.

4. Drive Angry

Drive Angry is another exploitation film that features Amber Heard in the role of an ass-kicking woman mixed up with an undead criminal played by Nicolas Cage. The carsploitation film does what the title implies: drive angry. With Cage behind the wheel, it’s hard not to get campy, wild and all sorts of crazy.

5. Hard Candy

This 2005 thriller tosses subgenres, such as rape and revenge and sexploitation films, on their head with the role reversal of the young girl and older man. Ellen Page plays the cat to Patrick Wilson’s mouse in a devious revenge flick about child rape. The concept is a hard pill to swallow but expertly acted.

6. The Last House on the Left

The remake of the 1972 Wes Craven film was actually inspired by a Swedish flick, The Virgin Spring, which was based on a 13th-century ballad. Okay, regardless of all that, the film tells the story of parents who attempt to get revenge on a group of strangers. Brutal by nature, Last House on the Left dives into the world of rape and revenge films.

7. Machete, Machete Kills

Originally a fake trailer that aired during the Grindhouse double feature, Robert Rodriguez fleshed out the Mexican exploitation film about a former Federale. The film combines camp, machetes and tons of double-crossing, gun-toting women. The success of the first film spawned a sequel that upped the camp and the Lady Gaga.

8. Planet Terror

Released as a part of a double feature with Tarantino’s Death Proof, Planet Terror represented Robert Rodriguez’s take on zombie films. In an attempt to recreate a genre that nearly died out in the ‘90s, Rodriguez brings together a large cast that fill out all the stereotypical characters: the mysterious woman, the brooding hero, the damsel, the hapless police chief, the sinister doctor, the shadowy military official and, most importantly, zombies!

9. Raze

Starring Zoe Bell and Tracie Thoms, Raze tells the story of 50 abducted women forced to fight to the death in order to protect their loved ones. For nearly an hour and 20 minutes these women kick, punch and slap the shit out of each other in a film that plays on the whole women-in-prison subgenre.

10. Spring Breakers

Not your typical grindhouse flick, Spring Breakers tells the story of four female college students desperate to join in the festivities of spring break. The path to fan includes theft, sex, drugs and murder. One by one, the girls disappear as each reach their breaking point of reality. Harmony Korine’s movie plays on all the female exploitation subgenres, women-in-prison, revenge, sexploitation, and even cautionary tales.

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