“Paula Abdul ain’t s—,” Houston says in the footage.
“I don’t care what the critics say,” the “BlacKkKlansman” director told reporters.
“It’s time for me to move on,” the actress says.
The Chicago-set legal drama was introduced on the “Suits” season finale.
The mom-themed thriller debuted with $16.5 million this weekend.
“As urban press, we’re pretty much relegated to the ghetto of red carpets,” says EURweb founder Lee Bailey.
Sinbad, Jessica “Hilarious” Moore and Jordan L. Jones will co-star.
The buddy-cop film will pair Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, once again.
The company says it wants to “create a more healthy and stable business base.”
The film is slated to arrive in theaters on March 15, 2019.
The projects will explore the singer’s history of alleged sexual abuse of underage girls.
Expect more fights and one-liners like “keep my name out of your mouth.”