April 4, 2013
Hunky actor Omari Hardwick is the 2013 American Black Film Festival Ambassador and will be heading to Miami during the festivals launch June 19-23. Omari has been in several Hollywood films but most notably Tylers Perry's 2010 film, For Colored Girls.
His sweet and dapper appeal will definitely fit in well with all that epitomizes the ABFF for quality African-American body's of work.
The founder of the ABFF, Jeff Friday explained it best noting Omari's talent...Read Full Story
After touring with Mary J. Blige and D’Angelo, Melanie Fiona is kicking off 2013 with the long-awaited visuals for her Grammy nominated”Wrong Side of a Love Song” , and the Canadian chanteuse enlisted actor Omari Hardwick (Sparkle, For Colored Girls) as her leading man.
The visuals for the emotional narrative cut was directed by Larenz Tate, who cast Hardwick her love interest.
Larenz Tate, Melanie Fiona, Omari Hardwick
“The chemistry between Melanie and I comes out in the fact that our...Read Full Story
Spotted: Melanie Fiona on The Set of Her New Video with Omari Hardwick and Larenz Tate
Keep reading to find out who is the leading man on this ”Wrong Side of a Love Song” video
Larenz is directing while Omari will be Melanie’s leading man. Both can play a MEAN Love Interest!
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In today's must-read: Omari Hardwick sits down for an extended interview at IndieWire's "Shadow and Act." Hardwick played the closeted gay husband of Janet Jackson's character in Tyler Perry's For Colored Girls. Hardwick was asked to share his character motivation ... and it sounds like he is saying "pause."
"I can’t relate to being gay. It was a challenging role. It's challenging because I'm Black," said Hardwick, who was quoted as repeatedly saying that he focused on "being a deviant...Read Full Story
SoSoActive.comWith two great back-to-back performances by Macy Gray and Luke James, Verses & Flow Season 2 is the talk of the week for music and poetry lovers. Luke James helped kick off the season, bringing the energy and tearing down the stage with his phenomenal performance of “I want you” on Verses & Flow’s episode 2 on Monday, August 20th.
“Last night James appeared on TV One’s, “Verses & Flow” singing his vocally harmonized hit single “I Want You.” In case you missed that episode or...Read Full Story