Mary J. Blige to Produce Fox Dance Drama

Mary J. Blige to Produce Laurieann Gibson Drama for Fox

Mary J. Blige and Laurieann Gibson Join Forces

Singer Mary J. Blige is set to produce 8 Count, a new Fox drama inspired by the life and career of choreographer Laurieann Gibson. According to published reports, the hour-long series will be a music-fueled look into the life a young dancer who must join forces with an up-and-coming singer in order to salvage her fledgling career.
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Mary J. Blige Ends 2018 On a High Note


Mary J. Blige Praised for ‘Mudbound’ Role

Singer Mary J. Blige is capping off 2017 on a very high note. In addition to Fox picking up a new dance drama she’s producing, the R&B veteran was also recently recognized for her performance in the Dee Reese film Mudbound. Mary was honored with the Breakout Performance Award at this year’s Hollywood Film Awards, for her role as a depression-era mother trying to raise her children in the deep south.
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Mary J. Blige’s ‘Mudbound’ is Coming to Netflix


Preview Mudbound with Mary J. Blige

Mary J. Blige’s recent independent film with director Dee Rees is officially coming to Netflix and select theaters on November 17th. Mudbound, which tells the story of two impoverished families, one black and the other white, struggling to survive in the impoverished Mississippi Delta post World World ll, was first screened at the Sundance Film Festival and then purchased by Netflix for $12.5 million dollars.
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Mary J. Blige Ordered to Pay Cheating Ex 30K a Month

Mary J. Blige to Pay Estranged Husband Spousal Support

Mary J. Blige to Pay Estranged Husband Spousal Support

At her most recent divorce hearing, singer Mary J. Blige was ordered by a judge to pay her estranged husband, Kendu Isaacs, $30,000 a month in temporary spousal support. The bright side, if you can imagine there is one, is that the figure is significantly less than the $130,000 a month Isaacs was originally asking for.
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Mary J. Blige Preps ‘Strength of a Woman’ Documentary


First Look: ‘Strength of a Woman’ Documentary

Another day, another artist forced to release a documentary to sell music that is otherwise uninspiring and lackluster. I hate to be a Negative Nelly, but remember when all it took to make you love or hate a song was listening to it? Remember when music used to capture your imagination and take you places? I do, and that’s why this documentary bandwagon artists have jumped on annoys me. Good music doesn’t require explanation. I don’t need to know what you felt while you were writing the song. I don’t need to see the pen and paper you wrote the lyrics on. I just need good music… sans the unnecessary and ineffectual hype.
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