‘Martin’ Reboot Looking Likely As Cast Reunite

For months, the rumor mill has been in overdrive about a possible remake of classic 90s sitcom ‘Martin’ – and it finally looks to be a go!

Full story below…

First Tisha Campbell (who played Gina) let the cat out of the bag during an interview (perhaps purposefully).

And now today, she was snapped alongside Tichina Arnold (Pamela) and the man himself Martin Lawrence. 

Sharing the snap on social media, the actor/comic simply wrote:

In the words of Ice Cube, today was a good day 
With @tishacampbellmartin & @tichinaarnold

It’s anyone’s guess what the specifics are, including where the alleged remake will land.

During its initial five season run, ‘Martin’ aired on FOX (from 1992-1997). Will it return to the network, which now houses Urban ratings winners such as ‘Empire’ and ‘STAR’? Or could a more unconventional partner be in the mix (ala Netflix)?

Reboots are tricky terrain, especially for beloved shows such as ‘Martin.’ Still, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t hyped for this.

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Camila Cabello To Star In ‘Westside Story’ Remake?

Camila Cabello may have bagged the leading role in a ‘Westside’ story remake.

Awesome news below…

Joseph Kahn, the awesome director behind a number of Taylor Swift videos, took to social media to suggest that he’d heard Cabello is to portray the character Maria.





Unfamiliar with the original?

The musical is inspired by William Shakespeare‘s ‘Romeo & Juliet’ and delves into the lives of two rival gangs living in the cultural melting pot that is New York City.

Keep it locked on TGJ for more on this developing casting story!

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Hit this link for details on her chart-scorching debut album.

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Watch: ‘Black Panther (The Press Conference)’ #Marvel

Only two weeks separates the world from the unveiling of Marvel‘s ‘Black Panther’, the Homeric movie fronted by Chadwick BosemanAngela Bassett and Forest Whittaker.

The movie is projected to earn $120 million in its opening weekend and this has given Marvel good reason to up the ante on a promotional tip this week. Their latest move?



A press conference that sees the movie’s stars and director Ryan Coogler shed a tonne of light on the project and give movie buffs even more reasons to soar into cinemas when it impacts the world on the 16th.

Watch below…

Brilliantly insightful.

Are you planning to see the movie? If so, let us know…

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Must See: Jackee’ Harry Spills Details On ‘Sister Sister’ Rival

Jackee’ Harry has shed fresh light on the logistics behind the potential ‘Sister Sister’ reboot during an appearance on the Porsha Williams fronted ‘Dish Nation.’

Why what she reveals may disappoint some of the show’s fans?

Find out below…

Harry seemed to insinuate hat efforts to solidify the show’s return are still yet to bloom because of money.

Hit the 1 minute 29 mark below.

Quite interestingly, this was the face she made when asked if all of the show’s original cast members would be returning.

Interesting, because there is talk that Marques Houston (who portrayed the beloved character Roger) has been axed from any potential reboots because he is still facing harrowing claims that he molested a number of African-American children in the early 90s.


He has always denied these allegations and has never been charged.

So, let us know…

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