Recently, we've seem Jamie Foxx as a gun slinger (Django Unchained), an action hero (White House Down), but his upcoming role in the 2014 film, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, may just garner the most attention.
What does "White House Down" actor and recording artist Jamie Foxx think of the last three men to hold office as President of the United States? Perhaps surprisingly, Foxx has nothing but good things to say about Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush and Barack Obama.
Jamie Foxx is expanding in the scripted television world, producing and developing a new series for TNT. Tentatively titled "Dad, Stop Embarrassing Me," the effort is loosely based on his relationship with 18-year-old daughter, Corinne.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jamie Foxx is in negotiations to join the youngest actress to receive a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress, Quvenzhané Wallis, in the upcoming remake of the classic musical “Annie.”
Jamie Foxx has been busy shooting for the upcoming "Spider-man" flick, "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." A new photo surfaced from the film over the weekend, showcasing Foxx as Max Dillon, the alter-ego of Electro.
The film Django has been in theaters for almost a month now, but criticism of the film is still going strong. Spike Lee has been public about his boycott of the film, due to its incessant violence, and use of racially-charged words and insults...