Morris Chestnut

Morris Chestnut Talks ROSEWOOD, The Perfect Guy And More In Short New Orleans Interview!

August 6, 2015

For the Morris Chestnut fans, just in case you missed his interview about all the work he’s doing for this year – and I mean he’s really turned things up a notch – check him out as he gives the run down to FOX8. For more detail on any of these shows, click here because […]

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Watch the Trailer for ROSEWOOD, the New TV Series Starring Morris Chestnut!

August 3, 2015

I’ve been exceptionally busy but I wanted to drop in to show those who haven’t seen the latest for ROSEWOOD starring Morris Chestnut, you know that show I gave you the deets on back in March. It’s catch up time. Here is the trailer that I skipped by as I have been finishing my novel […]

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Find Out What Happens WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS, Starring Theo Rossi, Morris Chestnut & Regina Hall

June 30, 2015

So there’s this new thriller slash mystery slash drama all rolled up in one to release on September 16 of 2016 starring Theo Rossi, Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall titled WHEN THE BOUGH BREAKS, and don’t you want to find out what happens? I do. The gist of the movie is about a surrogate mom […]

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THE MOVIE GO-SEE: The Perfect Guy, Starring Sanaa Lathan & Morris Chestnut (Trailer)

June 7, 2015

So the trailer for The Perfect Guy starring Sanaa Lathan, Morris Chestnut and Michael Ealy looks like a definite winner, just like I thought about it when I first caught wind of this thriller. I’m personally a fan of the romance gone nuts as any of you know from reading my novels AIN’T QUITE WHAT […]

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Morris Chestnut Lands Leading Role As A Doctor In New Drama ROSEWOOD

March 11, 2015

It looks like Morris Chestnut has landed a leading role in the television series titled Rosewood which is headed to FOX.  He will play a doctor, a pathologist out of Miami, Florida who is the best at breaking down the dead and finding things that no one else can within the morbid bodies.  I assume […]

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