Halle Berry As Aretha Franklin?
ReRe the Body revealed to People magazine
that she would like Halle Berry to portray her in the television movie based on her life. UM?!
Jennifer Hudson, yes. Frenchie Davis, sure. Queen Latifah, okay. But Halle, the hell? I vote no. Well, unless she appears as Stretch Mark #837 On Aretha’s Tittayballs. Lord, somebody must have slipped her ass some bad hog’s head cheese. That shit will make you delusional.
ReRe also said that she had a verbal commitments from Billy Dee Williams to play her father and the tang master himself Slickback Ivanhoe (Terrence Howard) to portray Smokie Robinson.
Listen Aretha, now is not the time to turn your back on Team Chunk. If you really want to impress people give an unknown actress a shot. Better yet, dress Catfish Wilkerson
up in drag. That would win a Lady of Soul Award, no questions ask!
Star Tracks: Aretha Franklin
and her hot piece of ass Willie Wilkerson were hand-in-hand the entire time they strolled the New York City streets. When photographers asked what she was doing in town she replied that she was there to “get fitted for a gown.” ReRe the Body also revealed that the couple have plans to tie the knot.
Well alright! I don’t know much about ReRe’s man but he looks like he can fry the hell out of a catfish.
The tradition of tossing the wedding bouquet to a crowd of women is played. It’s 2007, she should sling one of her drawstring ponytails instead. I would happily clothesline a bitch to be the next in line to recieve a kitchen ass weave. Thanks.
I hope they decide to make a sex tape on the night of their honeymoon. I’ve got my fingers crossed.
Jennifer Hudson As Aretha Franklin?
The latest buzz surrounding Jennifer Hudson is that she will play Aretha The Body in an upcoming film based on her life. In my expert opinion I think they should role with Samwell
Aretha was overheard talking about Jennifer at the Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Monday night.
But she was a little more guarded when speaking to Access Hollywood, saying: “The producers want to know how I feel about it, about her playing me. What I’d like to see is three different people playing me.”
[Stop laughing, it's not funny. Let her finish. - - Fresh]
She added: “Perhaps someone playing me from the age of 25 to about 40 and then someone else beyond that.” (source)
Whoever ends up in the role (or roles) may not have to worry about nailing down the legend’s distinctive vocals.
“There may even be a little lip synching here and there,” Franklin explained to Access Hollywood. “We’ve gotta go with some of these records [I made throughout my career]. They were classics, and some of it, it will be verbal but not vocalized in its entirety.” ReRe will work closely with the production of the film, which is scheduled to begin auditions this May in Detroit.