Emperor is based on a true story about African royalty rising against slave-owners in the pre-civil war south. The film stars Dayo Okeniyi and Kat Graham, and the actors spoke with Celebrity Page senior correspondent Arthur Kade about the movie's impact on today's social climate.
Sasheer Zamata in Spree and Woke<p>Sasheer Zamata burst onto the scene, playing icons like <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Michelle+Obama" target="_blank">Michelle Obama</a> and <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Beyonc%C3%A9" target="_blank">Beyoncé</a> on <em>Saturday Night Live</em>.</p><p>Now she's on the big screen, taking on a killer ride-share driver in the new horror comedy <em>Spree</em>.</p><p>In the film, <em><a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Stranger+Things" target="_blank">Stranger Things</a></em>' Joe Keery is trying to become a social media star at any cost, even if it means murdering his passengers. When speaking with Kade, Zamata shared inside details of the new film:</p><blockquote>"My character is Jesse Adams, she's a stand up comedian, and she has really built a career on social media. She's now analyzing how that plays a role in her life and what is taken away from her life."<br></blockquote><p>The film co-stars David Arquette, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/frankie-grande" target="_blank">Frankie Grande</a> and Mischa Barton and is out now in some movie theaters and On Demand. </p><p>Also look for Sasheer in the new comedy <em><a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Woke" target="_blank">Woke</a></em>, starting today on <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Hulu" target="_blank">Hulu</a>.</p>
Could four parents split a baby? The new movie Babysplitters shows us what would happen.
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Santa Barbara Film Festival<p>A new romantic comedy is here! <em>Babysplitters</em> promises to be as funny as the concept for the film is, couples splitting one baby. Correspondent Arthur Kade connected with co-stars <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Danny+Pudi" target="_blank">Danny Pudi</a> and <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Mark+Feuerstein" target="_blank">Mark Feuerstein</a> to talk about the film. While talking about the film, Pudi stated:</p><blockquote>"I think this movie is relatable in that it's the story of a couple that decide that for various reasons some of them want to have children and some of them don't and decide we just split a baby and then you're like "okay" and in our world I don't know if it would turn out so great"</blockquote><p>One person who relates heavily to the film is <em>Royal Pains</em> star Mark Feuerstein. While talking about the film, Feuerstein shared:</p><blockquote>"My wife just took my three kids to westport...I am kid free right now...I can see the merits"</blockquote>
The Cast<p>The cast includes: Danny Pudi, Emily Chang, Ben Goldsmith, Mark Dohner, Dione Kuraoka, Leah Kilpatrick, Ashleigh Crystal Hairston, Maiara Walsh, and Eddie Alfano. While speaking on the diversity of the cast, Pudi said:</p><blockquote>"I grew up without a lot of representation...it's exciting to be in a movie like this where Emily Chang and I are the two leads...I'm hoping there's more of it to come"</blockquote>
British actor, Scott Adkins, has had supporting roles in blockbusters like Doctor Strange and The Bourne Ultimatum...now he's front and center as the star of the new movie: Legacy of Lies.