Friday, April 7, 2017

GIRL POWER THURSDAY: TARAJI P. HENSON TO LEAD 'PROUD MARY' ACTION THRILLER! 19TH CENTURY TV SERIES ON VICTORIA WOODHULL 1ST FEMALE AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

  TARAJI P. HENSON TO KEEP
 ON BURNIN' AS 'PROUD MARY'
Girl power day today at the spy's, people! New cast has been added to PROUD MARY thriller drama which will be toplined by Empire's own Cookie Lyon - Oscar nomineeTaraji P. Henson. She will be joined by Neal McDonough, Xander Berkeley, Danny Glover and Rade Serbedzija in the movie which will see her play Mary who, working as a hit woman for an organized crime family in Boston, is completely turned around when she meets a young boy whose path she crosses when a professional hit goes bad. He syddenly  awakens in her a maternal instinct she never knew she had!

  'VICTORIA WOODHULL' SERIES 
ON 1ST FEMALE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN AMERICA
Here's another new period set project for you: Neal H. Katz' novels Outrageous: The VICTORIA WOODHULL Saga will be turned into a ten part mini series! As 'Deadline' reports, Victoria Woodhull was the first woman to run for U.S. President back in 1872. The series will chronicle the life of Woodhull and her sister Tennessee Claflin, who was the first woman to be invited to address Congress on the issue of women’s right to vote and the first woman to own a publishing house and newspaper, Woodhull & Claflin’s Weekly. They also were the first women to own and operate a New York brokerage house.

10 comments:

  1. The Victorial Woodhull series sounds just like my cup of tea!

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  2. Taraji P. Henson, Neal McDonough, and Danny Glover? Now that's an interesting cast.

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  3. Phew. For a minute there I thought Proud Mary was going to be another movie about Tina Turner. Glad it's not.

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    1. what, you don't like my Tina? Tina's da original Cookie Lyon aka da Queen Moma!

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    2. Love me some Tina, just not ready for yet another movie about her life ;)

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    3. I've never seen one, I must admit

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  4. I'd much rather Outrageous than Proud Mary the wet nurse assassin.

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