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Marlon Wayans Announces Cast For ‘A Haunted House 2’



Marlon Wayans knows how to keep a good thing going. Following the success of his spoof film A Haunted House, the comedian has announced plans for A Haunted House 2.

The original film was a box office hit and starred Marlon, Essence Atkins, Dave Sheridan and Affion Crockett. Luckily, those cast members are set to return alongside some more funny folks. Gabriel Iglesias, Jamie Pressly and Ashley Rickards will join the sequel that is already in production.

Hmmm, wonder what characters they will play. A Haunted House 2 is set to hit theaters March 28, 2014. Are you excited for the sequel?

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  1. marcus mims

    August 27, 2013 at 4:02 PM


  2. To'Kella Carr

    August 28, 2013 at 8:53 AM

    Can’t Wait To See Previews

  3. Father BeyHive

    September 3, 2013 at 7:11 PM


  4. Kevin

    October 9, 2013 at 4:27 AM

    are you serious? this movie is blatantly racist towards white people. Turning the white man into a cuckold and the white woman into a black dick whore. You people should be ashamed of yourself for watching this movie, much less being excited for a sequel. If it was the other way around people would be in an uproar claiming racism. it goes both ways. You people should be ashamed and I hope you are someday punished for this disgusting trashy movie that isn’t even funny.

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Oprah Loved Being A Braided Blonde Bombshell In ‘A Wrinkle In Time’



Oprah Winfrey is a blonde bombshell in Ava Duvernay’s “A Wrinkle in Time” and she loved every minute of it. HipHollywood sat down with the media mogul along with Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling to talk about playing the Mrs. and their elaborate hair, make-up and costumes.

“Girl we had hair for days,” gushed Winfrey. “My favorite was the ponytail, the braid.”


Celebrity hair guru Kim Kimble, who frequently works with Beyonce, headed up the film’s hair department. For the film she turned Lady O into a blonde, Reese into a red head and gave Kaling fab braided locks. “They were like [hair] sculptures,” said Kaling who plays Mrs. Who.

So how long did it take to get these ladies out of this world ready? “Hours,” joked Winfrey and Reese in unison.

To be exact, the ladies were in hair and make-up 3-5 hours daily as lead hairstylist Kim Kimble and make-up artists LaLette Littlejohn and Derrick Rutledge got them camera ready. “I think Kim and the team worked for days before, sculpting and making it right,” added Winfrey who plays Mrs. Which.

Derrick Rutledge, Winfrey’s personal makeup artist who also worked on the film, designed rhinestone eyebrows for each Mrs. Which ensemble. Meanwhile costume designer Paco Delgado drew from volcano explosions and depictions of galaxies to create costumes that made Winfrey shimmer and appear larger than life.

In the Disney big screen adaption, the three celestial beings – Mrs. Which, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Whatsit lead 13-year-old Meg (Storm Reid) and others on a journey to rescue the girl’s scientist father (Chris Pine) from evil otherworldly forces.

It’s better seen than simply described, so be sure to check out A Wrinkle In Time in theaters now!

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