The highly anticipated third season of Being Mary Jane kicks off tonight on BET.
The show will immediately pick up where we left off in the season two finale, with Mary Jane having been in a serious car accident.
Friends and family will rally around her bedside, and with emotions running high, all sorts of secrets start to be revealed.
First Look: Being Mary Jane Season 3 Trailer
BET has just unveiled their first official Being Mary Jane season 3 trailer. With the show less than a month away, fans are being gifted with an early look at what they can expect when heroine Mary Jane Paul returns to tackle another season of love, loss and betrayal.
As previously reported, singer Jill Scott and actress Loretta Devine will be joining the cast in recurring roles. Devine plays a bookstore owner, while Scott will play the mother of Raven Goodwin’s character Niecy.
Jill Scott Joins Being Mary Jane for Season 3 Recurring Role
Being Mary Jane, the hit BET drama series starring actress Gabrielle Union, is getting an infusion of female talent when it returns for its third season on October 20.
According to published reports, singer Jill Scott and veteran actress Loretta Devine will both be joining the cast in recurring roles. Loretta will play a bookstore owner, while Jill will play the mother of Raven Goodwin’s character Niecy.
The ever youthful Angela Bassett is covering the March edition of Essence magazine. The 52 year old actress will be honored at this month’s Black Women in Hollywood Awards Gala alongside Viola Davis, Jennifer Hudson and Loretta Devine. You’ll also be able to catch Angela in three movies set to be released this year- “This Means War,” “Green Lantern” and “Jumping the Broom.”
I guess when you’re as talented as Angela, age ain’t nothin’ but a number and the work will just keep rolling in.
According to Box Office Mojo, Tyler Perry’s “For Colored Girls” is on track to rake in just over 20 million dollars during its opening weekend. That means quite a lot of people went to this movie and I can proudly say that I was one of them. I took my daughter and we both supported Tyler and my favorite singer/actress Janet Jackson.
I usually wait until the second week to see most films, as I like to read other people’s reviews and then decide whether or not to waste my money. Last night however I was bored and on Twitter- a very bad combination. After reading dozens of rave reviews I decided to get up and check out a late night screening.
I went into this film with majorly high expectations. The cast, the material from which the script was taken from- all had me hoping for something amazing. Sadly, my hopes may have been a bit too high because I left this movie feeling only relief that it was finally over.
I enjoyed the overall performances of most of the cast- especially Anika Noni Rose, Thandie Newton and Loretta Devine. Despite these great performances however, I still left the theater feeling a bit blah. I thought character development was lacking and most scenes seemed to drag on and on and made little to no sense at all. The poetry was mostly unintelligible and in my opinion often slowed down the film and seem to come out of nowhere. At one point the film became so unbearable for me that I contemplated walking out. It truly went on forever and the many sob stories that made up the plot just left me cold and unmoved.
This could have been a really great movie had the script been better written and not so gosh darn predictable.
So, did any of you guys go see the film and if so, what did you think?