Don Cheadle Takes On The 1987 Stock Market Crash In "Black Monday" Series

Apparently, if you combine up a Lamborghini, lots cocaine, Don Cheadle in an afro and also you run all of it again with Lil Wayne’s “Uproar” within the background, you get the makings what appears to be a promising new fering from the nice individuals over at SHOWTIME.

In their newest endevaor, the community has recruited Cheadle, Andrew Daniels, Regina Hall, and even Kevin Durant for a grandiose account the 1987 inventory market crash within the aplty-titled Black Monday sequence, taking over the epithet what was one the worst financial occurences on the earth’s historical past.

On the anniversary the fiasco that happened on October 19th, SHOWTIME has dropped the sequence’ ficial trailer, highlighting the darkish comedic themes the present, all powered by an all-star solid led by Cheadle, Daniels, and Hall whereas using the abilities Bruce Dern, Horatio Sanz and extra. 

The precise trigger the 1987 inventory market crash remains to be unknown and has been left up for debate amongst analysts for many years, however this retelling the story locations Cheadle’s character, Mo, on the middle  all of it. As Deadline studies, the sequence is “the story how a gaggle outsiders took on the blue-blood, old-boys membership Wall Street and ended up crashing the world’s largest monetary system, a Lamborghini limousine and the glass ceiling.”

Black Monday is epxected to reach in January 2019, till then benefit from the theatrical trailer down under.

Jennifer Lopez To Play Former Stripper Who Goes After Wall Street Clients In "Hustlers"

Jennifer Lopez just recently turned 49 and she doesn’t look a day over 35. She’s still dropping hits and seen rocking some the best looks and now the singer turned actress is readying her next flick that will be inspired by a New York Magazine article. According to Variety, Jennifer will be starring in the upcoming flick, Hustlers about a group former strip club employees who link up to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients. 

Jennifer is set to play the main woman who really takes charge getting her piece. 

“The film is an empathetic look at women and men, our gender roles, what we’re valued for, what we’ve been told is our value in every movie, TV show, every corner culture,” director Lorene Scafaria told the publication “Men have been told they’re worth the size their bank accounts. Women have been told they’re worth the symmetry their faces, their bodies, their beauty and that’s what this film is based on. The rules the club are the rules the world.”

She added: “There is no other actor who could embody this raw and dynamic character with such complexity, humanity and intelligence. It’s always been her. She’s fucking Jennifer Lopez.”