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Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx, born Eric Morlon Bishop Jr., started as a stand-up comedian and moved on to a career in television with starring roles on "In Living Color" and "The Jamie Foxx Show." Foxx's big screen credits include roles in "Any Given Sunday," "Collateral" and "Dreamgirls." He won an Oscar for his portrayal of music legend Ray Charles in 2004's "Ray."

Foxx has also released three R&B albums: "Peep This," "Unpredictable" and "Intuition."
Jamie Foxx, born Eric Morlon Bishop Jr., started as a stand-up comedian and moved on to a career in television with starring roles on "In Living Color" and "The Jamie Foxx Show." Foxx's big screen credits include roles in "Any Given Sunday," "Collateral" and "Dreamgirls." He won an Oscar for his portrayal of music legend Ray Charles in 2004's "Ray."

Foxx has also released three R&B albums: "Peep This," "Unpredictable" and "Intuition."
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  • Film Review: Just leave 'Amazing' out of it

    Film Review: Just leave 'Amazing' out of it
    Presumably to avoid confusion, Sony has added the words "The Amazing" to the titles of its current Spider-Man series. What? He wasn't amazing the first time around? Was Tobey Maguire the Meh Spider-Man? This rebranding feels like a defensive gesture, given that the character (as played by Andrew Garfield in 2012) was no more amazing than his 2002 counterpart (Maguire). And the film was frankly somewhat less amazing.
  • Film Review: Same plot line, very different film

    Film Review: Same plot line, very different film
    In this action movie from apocalyptic blockbuster specialist Roland Emmerich ("Independence Day," "The Day After Tomorrow," "2012"), the White House is successfully invaded by terrorists, the president is captured and no one can save the day other than...

    DVD Review: 'Django Unchained' is a memorable film, good Blu-ray deal

    DVD Review: 'Django Unchained' is a memorable film, good Blu-ray deal
    "Django Unchained," Quentin Tarantino's double-Oscar-winning Southern Western — about a former slave (Jamie Foxx) trying to free his wife (Kerry Washington) from a vile plantation owner (Leonardo DiCaprio) with the aid of a witty German bounty...

    Film review: Quentin Tarantino ropes himself a Western with 'Django Unchained'

    Film review: Quentin Tarantino ropes himself a Western with 'Django Unchained'
    As diverse as Quentin Tarantino's first films (“Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown”) were in tone (tragic, comic and romantic, respectively), they all took place within roughly the same world and the same...

    Santa Clarita movie ranches corral Tarantino and other filmmakers

    Santa Clarita movie ranches corral Tarantino and other filmmakers
    On a cold, wet afternoon two cowboys trudge across a muddy street in a western town carrying saddles on their backs as a loud speaker blasts Jim Croce’s hit song "I got a Name." The scene was being played out at the historic Melody Ranch in Santa...