Between Riding in Cars With Boys and White Men Can't Jump, Rosie Perez has a heck of an iconic film resume. Both movies recently hit milestone anniversaries (20 and 30 years, respectively) — and the friendships made during White Men Can't Jump have endured for just as long as the movie's impact.
Rosie Perez Opens Up About Funny Oscars Moment With Woody Harrelson And Wesley Snipes (And There May Have Been Pot Involved)
While the conversation surrounding the 2022 Academy Awards has largely revolved around Will Smith slapping Chris Rock and the controversy over Amy Schumer’s bit with Kirsten Dunst, there were plenty of other memorable events from this year’s ceremony. For example, Woody Harrelson, Wesley Snipes and Rosie Perez reunited onstage for the 30th anniversary of their movie White Men Can’t Jump. However, upon seeing the playback of that moment, Perez has revealed that things humorously didn’t go exactly according to plan that night, and pot may be the reason why.
Rosie Perez is faux “pissed off” with Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes. On Thursday, the “Flight Attendant” star appeared on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” and jokingly revealed she was annoyed with her “White Men Can’t Jump” co-stars at the Academy Awards last month. “You were one of my favorite moments of the Oscars, that scene of the reunion of the cast of ‘White Men Can’t Jump’, that was cool to see on stage.” Noah began. But Perez was not having it. Rosie Perez joked that she was annoyed by Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes antics at the Oscars.ABC via Getty Images “I was...
Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes "p----- off" Rosie Perez at the Oscars, the actress has revealed. The three stars, who starred in "White Men Can't Jump" together in 1992, took the stage at the 94th Academy Awards on March 27 to present the award for best cinematography. Their reunion at the show commemorated the 30th anniversary of the release of the film.
Wesley Snipes has never hidden his comic book fandom. He pushed for a Black Panther movie in the ’90s before ultimately starring in a trilogy of Blade films that arguably helped pave the way for the X-Men and Spider-Man movies. Now, Snipes is revisiting the comic book realm with a brand new project.
Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Blade star Wesley Snipes and his Maandi House Studios have partnered with Gifted Rebels and PCB Entertainment on a new graphic novel, titled The Exiled. The comic will follow Detective Niles “Roach” Washington as he pursues a serial killer in the aftermath of a deadly gas attack. As the killer rips the spines from his victims, using tools over 5,000 years old, the world outcasts Roach for his theories. But his instincts keep pushing him forward. With enemies on all sides, and within, he wades into the darkness to find the killer and uncovers...
Oscars 2022: Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson & Rosie Perez Reunite for 'White Men Can't Jump' 30th Anniversary
This year's Oscars was a celebration of some of cinema's most beloved and indelible classics, and the show invited Wesley Snipes, Rosie Perez and Woody Harrelson to take the stage to commemorate the 30th anniversary of their film, White Men Can't Jump. The trio dressed to the nines for the...
Mila Kunis, Wesley Snipes and John Travolta are among the latest batch of celebrities who have been added to the Oscars telecast, producers Will Packer and Shayla Cowan said Friday. The show is two weeks out and under pressure to reverse declining ratings, which last year hit an all-time low.
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