The beautiful Nia Long is covering the April issue of JET magazine. The actress and mother of 2 dished on her relationship with San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Ime Udoka, her alternate career path, and, of course, the upcoming Best Man sequel.
The stunning Nia Long and her two sons Massai Jr. and Kez Sunday are the cover subjects of the August issue of Essence. Inside the magazine, Nia speaks about raising her children, being happy, and finally filling fulfilled.
Since its release in 1995, Friday has gone on to become a fan favorite with 3 sequel films following in its tracks. Well, if rumors are true, it looks like Ice Cube and Chris Tucker are in talks to create a new Friday movie with the original cast.
The 1999 hit movie The Best Man will be returning to the big screen soon. Director and producer of the original film, Malcolm D. Lee has confirmed rumors that a sequel to the movie is now in the works.
The beautiful Nia Long is the cover woman for the November issue of Ebony. The actress and expecting mother graces the double covers of the issue, showing off her growing baby bump. Inside the pages, Ms. Long discusses her surprise pregnancy, starting a new chapter in her life with boyfriend and former NBA player Ime Udoka, family, and much more.
Nia Long and her baby bump were looking beautiful at this year’s BET Awards. The mom-to-be shared with Us Weekly how she found out about her pregnancy. “I was supposed to go to Ghana to do a film and that’s when I found out I was pregnant. I had a doctor’s appointment to get the yellow fever shot and they were like, ‘Miss Long, we can’t give you a shot.'”
Don’t miss this movie. Opening in select theaters today, Mooz-lum tells the story of Tariq Mahdi (played by Evan Ross) as he struggles to come to terms with being both an American and of Islamic faith. Nia Long plays his mother is the film. Read my review of the movie here and see pictures from the NYC screening here.
Cities where you can see Mooz-lum are: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Washington DC, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philly, and San Francisco.
Watch the trailer for the movie below.
During last fall's Urban World Film Festival in New York, I attended many screenings but not one touched me like the screening of MOOZ-lum. Why? Because the story was so real and indicative of how prejudices of any kind affect…