One-On-One: Vivica A. Fox Chats About Her New Movies And Inspiring Podcast! | Celebrity Page

It seems like there is nothing that Vivica A. Fox can't do! Along with the release of two new movies, Rev and Arkansas, Vivica is now hitting the airwaves with her own podcast, Hustling with Vivica A. Fox.

Vivica began her podcast in April of this year and since has interviewed so many amazing entertainers. Mary Wilson, Blair Underwood, Kym Whytley, and Tami Roman have all made appearances. Vivica also gives listeners advice, shares personal stories, as well as things she wished she knew when she was younger.

Vivica Is Holding Nothing Back

When it comes to her podcast, Vivica believes fans will get to see the real side of her.

"My podcast is uncensored and unfiltered. So, it is real and it is real raw."

An Experience Unlike Any Other

In Fox's new movie, Rev, she teams up with a young thief and police to find and bring down criminals. The movie is now available on DVD, digital, and on demand. Fox shares with us why filming Rev was such an enjoyable experience for her.

"It was working with these guys. That was an amazing experience for me."

Starring Alongside A Hemsworth

Vivica also stars in Arkansas, a movie based on how a drug dealer, played by Liams Hemsworth, and his business partner, played by Clark Duke, find themselves in trouble when their usual run does not go as planned. When asked to describe the movie, Vivica told us:

"It is kind of like Napoleon Dynamite meets New Jack City."

Make sure to be on the look out for new episodes of Vivica's podcast and check out her newly released films!

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