Rosario Dawson: The Sin City star weighs in on making Unstoppable, co-starring Denzel Washington and Star Trek hunk Chris Pine. “Under brutal conditions—in the cold, in the snow, in the rain,” she tells host Tim Gordon. “Helicopters swooping down and pushing the limits of what could and should be done to get these images on celluloid.”
Kimberly Elise: The actress who played Denzel Washington’s wife in the 2002 flick John Q drops in on Lady Charmaine Live’s Charmaine Bassett to discuss her starring role opposite Whoopi Goldberg, Janet Jackson and Macy Gray in Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls.
Bronwyn Marmo: The author of The Food Is A Lie: The Truth Is Within—who, after battling obesity for decades, is now free of food addiction—discusses her new documentary, The Inner Weigh. Bronwyn also chats about her organization Blessed Beyond Belief, which empowers women to make peace with their bodies.
Tanna Frederick: The star of director Henry Jaglom’s Hollywood Dreams and Irene in Time stops by to discuss her new flick, Queen of the Lot, a comedy starring Noah Wylie and David Proval, which tells the story of a up-and-coming actress under house arrest.
Orrick Ewing: The Grammy-nominated jazz bassist, who formerly played with P-Funk and Crowd Pleasers—which charted with the R&B track Freaky People and launched the career of Kenny “BabyFace” Edmonds—drops in on Jazzin Em Up host Cres O’Neal to sample his latest work.