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Stars Season 2 To Film In Atlanta

Foxís hit TV series Star is now in production. According to Project Casting, casting directors are now hiring background actors to work on the new season of the hit Lee Daniels production. Producers are looking for newborns, nurses, and doctors for featured roles. Filming is expected to begin shooting July 19th in Atlanta, Georgia. Star was created by Lee Daniels and Tom Donaghy for Fox. The TV series centers around three talented young singers who attempt to break through into the music industry. The show, which is set in Atlanta, features original music and appearances by famous musical artists. The TV series stars Queen Latifah, Benjamin Pratt, Amiyah Scott and Quincy Brown.

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HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III

Marvel Adds Two New Villains

There will be some new faces around Harlem when Marvelís Luke Cage returns for season 2. Mustafa Shakir (The Night Of) and Gabrielle Dennis (Insecure) have joined the second seasonís cast, Marvel announced Wednesday. Shakir will play John McIver, who is described as a ďnatural leader brimming with charisma, whose mission is focused on Harlem and vengeance.Ē In the comics, John McIver is also known as Bushmaster, a criminal mastermind who crosses paths with Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Dennis has been cast as Tilda Johnson, a brilliant holistic doctor who canít seem to steer clear of Harlemís trouble no matter how much she tries. Comic book fans may know Johnson as Nightshade, a criminal who boasts super-genius intelligence

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Jphn Singleton Talks About Snowfall

Snowfall is proof that, more than 25 years after breaking through with his Oscar-nominated debut film, Boyz n the Hood, John Singleton hasnít forgotten his roots or, most importantly, his responsibility. Different from Rebel, Singletonís first scripted television show as an executive producer for BET earlier this year, Snowfall digs deep, very deep. Whereas Rebel, with a woman orchestrating the beatdowns, struck more as a modern-day reimagining of the iconic Shaft (which Singleton revamped on the big screen with Samuel L. Jackson nearly 20 years ago), Snowfall raises the stakes considerably. Singleton, who co-created the series, aims to tell the story of one of the most devastating eras in modern black American historyóthe crack cocaine period. And for the Los Angeles native, this story is very personal.

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HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III
We examine two of the most important functions of HTTP that HTML authors will be interested in: redirecting and form submission. By Stephanos Piperoglou. 0316

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HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III
We examine two of the most important functions of HTTP that HTML authors will be interested in: redirecting and form submission. By Stephanos Piperoglou. 0316
HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III
We examine two of the most important functions of HTTP that HTML authors will be interested in: redirecting and form submission. By Stephanos Piperoglou. 0316

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HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III
We examine two of the most important functions of HTTP that HTML authors will be interested in: redirecting and form submission. By Stephanos Piperoglou. 0316
HTTP for HTML Authors, Part III
We examine two of the most important functions of HTTP that HTML authors will be interested in: redirecting and form submission. By Stephanos Piperoglou. 0316
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