Recently, the trailer for Janelle‘s upcoming movie, Moonlight, was released.
Trevante Rhodes stars in the film as Chiron, an African American man struggling to be himself over three periods of his life, trying to come out as gay all while dealing with racism, bullying, and religion.
Moonlight will be the big-screen debut for Janelle, who also stars in Hidden Figures coming out early next year.
Moonlight is set to be released on October 21, 2016.
Watch the trailer below!
Moonlight Official Trailer
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On her relationship withScott Disick: “The idea of having my family together is amazing, but it’s not the way things ended up. They may end up there. I’m not sure. To me, it’s in God’s hands. If it’s meant to be, then things will line up… We definitely tried for a long time. But relationships are exhausting! Being able to focus on the kids and me right now is good. We say to each other all the time, ‘I’m the coolest ex-girlfriend/baby mama you could ever ask for!’”
On future children: “I would have more. I could see myself with six kids. I just don’t know what’s in God’s plan.”
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Drake and Rihanna emerge from his concert holding hands on Tuesday (August 30) in Miami, Fla.
The duo have been long rumored to be a couple, but have never officially confirmed anything! Later in the evening, Drake and Rihanna were seen hitting up E11EVEN nightclub, and video emerged of the pair looking very flirty.
When Fox decided they wouldn’t pay writers Paul Wernick And Rhett Rheese to be on set every day even though Ryan wanted them to be there, he paid them out of his own pocket!
“We were on set every day. Interestingly, Ryan wanted us there, we were on the project for six years. It was really a core creative team of us, Ryan, and the director Tim Miller. Fox interestingly wouldn’t pay for us to be on set. Ryan Reynolds paid out of his own money, out of his own pocket,” the men explained during AMC’s Geeking Out.