Jamie Foxx may have played a villain in 'The Amazing Spiderman 2' but he’s a hero in real life. The veteran actor pulled a driver from a burning car that crashed outside of his home in Hidden Valley, Calif.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the famous Birmingham Civil Rights movement, where Martin Luther King Jr. -- one of the movement's defining figures -- penned his highly regarded 'Letter from Birmingham Jail.' The BBVA Compass Concert for Human Rights will be held in Birmingham to help commemorate the event, and the star-studded concert will be hosted by Jamie Foxx.
Throughout his career, Jamie Foxx is known for heroic roles in such films as 'Miami Vice' and 'Django Unchained.' But it appears that he loves playing a bad guy now that he's portraying Electro in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2.'
‘Blame It’ by Jamie Foxx is an essential party track of the late 2000s.
The Auto-Tune -- blame that on T. Pain, who is featured on the track -- and stuttering made it beyond sticky to the human ear.
But after awhile, this became Jamie's one club hit and we were forced to reference it time and time again when conversations sparked surrounding his music...
Hoodies were worn as a sign of remembrance last night (Feb. 26), which marked the one-year anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death. To honor his life, people gathered in New York City's Union Square for a vigil. During the event, actor-singer Jamie Foxx expressed some heartfelt words to Martin's parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, and turned to song to have his sentiment felt.
R&B superstars Alicia Keys, Usher, Elle Varner and Jamie Foxx were among the big winners at the 2013 NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles Friday night (Feb. 1). The annual event honors achievements by African-Americans in the fields of music, television, literature and film.
Randomness doesn't get much better (and weirder?) than seeing Ron Howard in the Jamie Foxx video for 'Blame It.' From exiting Foxx's ride to the club, all the way to the dark VIP lounge where he sips champagne with the ladies, the famed 'Happy Days' star and film director earns kudos for really just being there, looking unexpectedly cool all the while...