Jamie Foxx, Martin Lawrence Project Adds Halle Berry!

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We just discovered that the TV news magazine show EXTRA interviewed Jamie Foxx a couple of days ago and Foxx dropped a ton of news about his upcoming projects that he has coming, and the biggest news he dropped was that his upcoming film titled Skank Robbers just landed actress Halle Berry!

If you recall, on the BET Awards show from 2009 there was a sketch that featured Foxx and Martin Lawrence starring as their past characters on their infamous shows- Sheneneh from the Martin show and Wanda from In Living Color.

As we stated before Screen Gems acquired the film that Foxx is writing  and Martin will produce together through Foxx’s Foxxhole and Lawrence’s Runteldat production banners.

The reaction was strong enough that the duo decided to turn the concept into a real film. In case you missed the skit, Sheneneh and Wanda are modern day independent women trying to make it on their own, one bank robbery at a time.

Here is the interview;

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  1. 4reel

    Why is it Jamie and Martin can dress in drag and it not be bufoonery but when Tyler Perry does its buffoonery??

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