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 Angela Bassett Defends Decision To Direct Whitney Houston Biopic

Plenty of folks are still unhappy about the upcoming biopic on Whitney Houston.

Critics say Angela Bassett didn’t know the superstar well enough to direct the movie about her life but the… 138 more words

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Angela Basset on Whitney film: 'I know about being in the spotlight'

Angela Bassett is standing by her Whitney Houston project.

In an interview with HuffPost Live, first-time director Angela Basset defended her upcoming Lifetime movie on the famous singer. 216 more words

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[WATCH] Angela Bassett Responds To Whitney Houston Biopic Backlash

Despite Whitney Houston’s family disagreement on the Lifetime Biopic, directed  by Angela Basset, she is still moving on to create her story. The movie stars Yaya DeCosta will be playing the leading role as Whitney Houston and Cissy Houston believes that the creators did not know the real Whitney and shouldn’t be involved in her biopic. 50 more words

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Angela Bassett Defends Whitney Houston Biopic

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Angela Bassett is standing by her work on Whitney Houston‘s biopic for Lifetime.

Over the last year, Lifetime has definitely been on a kick about sharing the stories of celebrities that have passed on. 308 more words

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Angela Bassett defends Whitney Houston biopic

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Angela Bassett is standing by her work on Whitney Houston‘s biopic for Lifetime.

Over the last year, Lifetime has definitely been on a kick about sharing the stories of celebrities that have passed on. 359 more words

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Angela Bassett Defends Whitney Houston Biopic

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Angela Bassett is standing by her work on Whitney Houston‘s biopic for Lifetime.

Over the last year, Lifetime has definitely been on a kick about sharing the stories of celebrities that have passed on. 358 more words

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Born To Run - Frankie Goes To Hollywood

BBC Music recently announced the results of their “Greatest Covers” poll, the winner of which was Pet Shop Boys’ “Always On My Mind”. The usual suspects, such as Whitney’s “I Will Always Love You” and Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah” were featured towards the top of the list of 50, with tracks like the rather superb “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” by Urge Overkill edging into the bottom half of the list. 151 more words