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Jennifer Hudson: 'Winnie' Poster with Terrence Howard!

Jennifer Hudson: 'Winnie' Poster with Terrence Howard!

Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard share a romantic moment in the poster for their new movie, Winnie.

The 30-year-old actress and singer stars in the drama, which chronicles the life of Winnie Mandela from her childhood through her marriage and her husband’s incarceration.

Be sure to check out a first look at Jen and Terrence as Winnie and Nelson Mandela if you missed it!

Winnie was released this year in South Africa and will go into a wider release in the coming months.

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9 Comments

# 1

That is not a movie poster.

# 2

She is an awful actress; she’s just going to be Effie again, with a South African accent. Unless she’s singing in this movie, I don’t think anyone will see it. And Terrence Howard as Nelson Mandela? At least when Forest Whitaker played Idi Amin, he looked the part. Terrence doesn’t look a thing like Nelson Mandela.

# 3

mandela MUST BE DARKER

# 4

This is a terrible idea! Who thought this up…really?!

# 5

Of course he doesn’t look exactly like Nelson, but did Angela Bassett Look like Tina Turner? Or the movie Notorious… Did any of the actors actually 100% dead on look like the people they were actually suppose to be?? Ah no not even by half, so lay off of it.

# 6

Excellent scene there, I love that one.

# 7

Check out the official Facebook page at:

http://facebook.com/WinnieFilm

# 8

That is not true this movie has not been released in South Africa.Part of this movie was shot @ a school in Johannesburg along Oxford road and Terrence Howard was very pleasant to the learners at the school. Hope to see this movie when it is EVENTUALLY released in South Africa.

# 9

Hope to see this movie when it is EVENTUALLY released in South Africa.

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