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We know that “Fences” and “Collateral Beauty” will open nationwide during their respective premiere weekends (at least 2000 screens I would assume); We also know that “Hidden Figures” was originally set to open wide in January, but the film’s distributor (20th Century Fox) opted to give it an Oscar-qualifying early release over the Christmas holidays, but in a limited number of theaters, before expanding nationwide on January 6.
In Everybody Hates Rejection, while Keisha moves away, Chris prepares for his first date with a new girl from the neighborhood.
Born in 1992, Paige started dating singer Pj Scott in 2007, but after two years, they went their separate ways in 2009.
After Pj, Paige's heart started beating for the Snoop Dogg's son, Corde Broadus. Similarly, after separating with Corde, she dated American rapper Vercy Miller for about two months from March 2010 to May 2010.
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But looking ahead to the month of December, let’s briefly break down the 6 films that are scheduled to premiere: One is based on a celebrated play (“Fences”) by a celebrated black playwright (August Wilson); another is based on a book (“Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race”) written by a black author (Margot Lee Shetterly); and still another (“I Am Not Your Negro”) is based on an unfinished book (“Remember This House”) by a literary icon (James Baldwin); three of them (“A Girl Like Grace,” “I Am Not Your Negro” and “Fences”) were directed by black filmmakers (Ty Hodges, Raoul Peck and Denzel Washington); two of the biggest stars in Hollywood (Will Smith and Denzel Washington) lead two of the films (“Collateral Beauty” and “Fences”); four of them are dramas, one is a romantic comedy (“The Bounce Back”), and one is a documentary (“I Am Not Your Negro”), so maybe a little more variety in genres would make this list even more exciting (maybe one sci-fi flick, one horror perhaps, or a mystery/thriller, etc); black women are central in two of them (“A Girl Like Grace” and “Hidden Figures”); and the work of a gay black man is central in another (“I Am Not Your Negro”); four of them are very much in the Oscar conversation (“I Am Not Your Negro,” “Collateral Beauty,” “Fences” and “Hidden Figures”); finally half of the 6 are independent productions, and the other half are Hollywood studio projects.
Now imagine if that happened every single month throughout the year.
Well, the Dallas native has a long history of dating.
Her first dating experience started at age 15, according to.
As she is walking home, Chris tells everyone that he and Tasha didn't do anything, and that he only did a favor for her.
Also appogizing to Tasha who without saying a word walks away.
The girl was giving Chris props for getting Tasha to be his girlfriend, he again replied with "Well you know", then Tasha replies "Well, you know what?