Terrence Howard Will Be In 49 Movies This Year
The San Bernardino County Sun is reporting that Terrence Howard is in talks to star in three different biopics--on singer Rick James, boxer Joe Louis and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. A film based on the life of the late funk legend James has been talked about for a number of years, while a biopic on the Brown Bomber [Louis] has been done at least twice before – including 1953's "The Joe Louis Story." Spike Lee was rumored to have a Joe Louis film in the works with Vin Diesel in the title role.
In the wake of his Oscar nomination, Howard has signed on the dotted line for three movies. He'll play a police officer helping (and loving) a grieving, revengeful Jodie Foster in "The Brave One." He'll portray an inspirational coach in the true-life "PDR" and a social worker in the ensemble drama "August Rush."The range of projects speaks volumes about Howard's versatility. (For the record: He's most interested in playing Marshall. "Everyone knows his name, but there's very little known about him," Howard says.) Howard is also writing a father-daughter movie of his own, taking seriously the advice George Clooney recently gave him about "making the system beholden to you."
Does Hollywood only have one black actor now? I could've sworn we were up to eight. I think Slickback would make a great Rick James. He has that crazy, I'll-burn-a-white-girl-with-a-crackpipe look.
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