Watch Yaya DaCosta Take On Whitney Houston's 'I'm Your Baby Tonight'
Just off the strength of the sneak peeks, this Lifetime Whitney Houston biopic is shaping up to be helluva lot better than whatever hot trash that Aaliyah 'pic was. Today, we're treated to a clip of Yaya DaCosta recording Whitney Houston's 1990 hit "I'm Your Baby Tonight," which is actually sung by Deborah Cox, who provided the vocals for all tracks in the film. G'ahead girl! [Jezebel]
If you're partaking in The Interview this Christmas, here's a handy dandy guide to its limited theatrical release. [Variety]
Nicholas Sparks can't be stopped. After depleting 75% of Kleenex's entire inventory with sappy romance movies like The Notebook and Dear John, he returns with The Longest Ride, where blonde hunk played by Scott Eastwood falls in love with a blond babe played by Britt Robertson. Oh, and dude rides bulls for a living. [TIME]
Stunting is a habit for Adam Sandler. But Forbes concludes that the guy who made Big Man, Waterboy and 50 First Dates DVR staples is the year's most overpaid actor (again). [Vulture]
Uncle Jeezy bought out an entire theater for charity kids to watch Annie and treated them to lunch at Gio's Italian restaurant in ATL for the holidays. Who says he's cold? [TMZ]