Despite pandemic-related delays, the new biopic hits theaters giving fans a chance to witness the greatness of Aretha Franklin on the big screen.
We spoke to Marlon Wayans about his role in the "Respect" biopic and the seasoned actor revealed, "I had to create and imagine, and really understand why someone would hit a woman they love."
Following the rise of Aretha Franklin’s career from a child singing in her father’s church’s choir to her international superstardom, RESPECT tells remarkable true story of the music icon’s journey to find her voice.
Jennifer Hudson took a minute to stop by 'Entertainment Tonight' while on the carpet for interviews, and she made sure to not only pay her r-e-s-p-e-c-t to Aretha Franklin, but also give props to the late legend's Gospel music roots as well.
The film based on the life of the Queen of Soul features Forest Whitaker, Mary J. Blige, Marlon Wayans and Marc Maron and arrives in theaters on August 13.
National Geographic and Oscar nominee Cynthia Erivo reveal highly anticipated premiere date and new trailer for the Emmy award-winning anthology series, GENIUS: Aretha.
Patrice Covington’s gifts spread wide. She’s not only flourished on Broadway, but in the music studio and on the big screen, too.
The star-studded Aretha Franklin biopic, Respect, is set for a December release date!
In January of 1972, Aretha Franklin along with Reverend James Cleveland and the Southern California Community Choir got together at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles to record the album "Amazing Grace."
via BlackAmericaWeb/Veronica Wells: With Aretha Franklin’s Bio-Pic already in the works…One of her sons is not pleased….Aretha’s son, Kecalf Franklin, hopped on Facebook to share his grievances. According to the Detroit Free Press, Kecalf, who goes by the name Eradesent Views on Facebook, wrote in all caps: “Once again…the Franklin family (does not) support the movie that is in production!!!!! […]