This year’s Emmy race for lead actress in a limited series or motion picture made for television is set to be a scrappy competition on par with the Oscars skullduggery dramatized in FX’s “Feud.” Indeed, Ryan Murphy’s saga about Golden Age fixtures Joan Crawford and Bette Davis warring over Hollywood recognition for their work in 1962’s “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” is one of two programs that have multiple shots on goal this year.His mother is Caucasian Jewish of Russian and Lithuanian descent.Meanwhile his father was African-American with some Cherokee roots.A seemingly drunk Lathan was seated on French’s lap in the back of a vehicle. I am not trying to be caught in the box of anything. Fans of both entertainers are taking the news of their romance with mixed reactions.Diddy has since deleted the clip, but thanks to the internet you can watch it here. “french montana smashing sanaa lathan is proof positive that you should never think you’re out of a woman’s league. Another fan can’t fathom why Lathan would choose someone like the Bronx rapper.Love Jones (1997) – Featuring spoken word poetry, plus music by Dionne Faris (“Hopeless”), the Fugees featuring Lauryn Hill (“Sweetest Thing”), and ‘90s soul stars like Maxwell, Groove Theory, Xcsape and even a cut by Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, the soundtrack is as smooth as the film.
And not to be forgotten, Shailene Woodley, as a woman haunted by the rape that made her a single mother, is competing in the category as well. “I love somebody who has a sense of humor and you know, who can laugh. It’s not easy dating somebody who goes to work and has to have love scenes with Michael Ealy and Morris Chestnut. I just love having long talks,” she explained, to which Big Boy replied, “You definitely not dating French Montana then.” The actress also revealed to Big Boy that sex scenes can be awkward — she needs someone with self-assurance to handle watching from the sidelines.She sang most of the tracks, including a remake of “I’m Every Woman,” “I Have Nothing,” and the classic “I Will Always Love You.” Poetic Justice (1993) – The John Singleton-directed film starred pop and hip-hop stars Janet Jackson as Justice and Tupac Shakur as her love interest, Lucky, but only Shakur performed on the soundtrack, along with Usher, Babyface, Tony! Deep Cover (1992) – The soundtrack to the 1999 Bill Duke-directed film, starring Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum featured a classic collaboration between Dr.Dre (in his solo debut after NWA) and his then-protege, Snoop Dogg.