Samuel L. Jackson Tells It Like It Is
EBONY'S Hollywood Issue Turns The Lens on Rising Stars & Hollywood South
CHICAGO, Feb. 14, 2012
CHICAGO, Feb. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — In its March issue, on newsstands February 21, EBONY magazine rolls out the red carpet and shines the light on Hollywood's $7 billion man, and sizzling new stars.
In this issue, cover star and "King of Hollywood," Samuel L. Jackson sits down with EBONY for a candid one-on-one interview, covering his upbringing, his father, and views on President Obama and Hollywood.
SHOOTING STARS introduces 10 emerging actors that are heating up Tinsel Town that represent big budget/Oscar-worthy films, independent scene and what's hot in TV. See what Keke Palmer, Romeo Miller, and Katerina Graham have to say about their rising stars, humble beginnings and guilty pleasures.
ATL: HOLLYWOOD SOUTH takes a close look at why Atlanta has quickly become known as the Hollywood of the South. Key players like Tyler Perry, Steve Harvey and BET, which produces Academy-award winner Mo'Nique's hit show, Mo'Nique Show, have transformed the ATL into production central and the new home of many talented industry professionals who are leaving the 323 for the 404.
Features You Don't Want to Miss:
THE EBONY DEBATE: CAN A BLACK CONSERVATIVE BE PRO BLACK? The Reverend Al Sharpton and former RNC chairman Michael Steele give their views as the Great Right Hope-hunt rages on.
STYLE has your Spring Style Guide with 25+ Killer Fashion Finds; tips to shop on a budget and look fashionable with Smart Shopping; Make Up Bag Must-Haves; and The 10 Rules to Dress By for men.
LIVE is serving up the heat with Chef Roble Ali, star of the recent Bravo hit series Chef Roble' & Co.; going inside the Work and Spiritual Space of singer-turned-doula, Erykah Badu; and experiencing Europe's new Hip spot Prague.
CONNECT presents The Dating Detective; the pros and cons of investigating your date; and the quiz: Is It Love, Lust, Infatuation or Addiction?
ACHIEVE, an EBONY and the National Urban League Partner Project, looks at The Top 10 Cities for Black Business.
SOURCE EBONY magazine