[Image seen @ Necole Bitchie]
Meagan Good is one of those actresses who has beauty on her side and talent but has made terrible film choices (You Got Served) but who has recently been in well performing box office films like The Unborn which comes out in the UK on Friday.
She was first in Eve’s Bayou, one of the most accomplished films I have ever seen. I think Meagan’s cool. She has a cool, detached aura about her.
I hope The Unborn does well for her in the UK. It’s nice seeing black women doing different kinds of roles like horror and thriller films, because frankly, those films make money at the box office.
Box office clout = equals better roles = more dosh = respect.
Go Meagan. I’ll be interested to see how her career plays out. NB, Jurnee Smollett was also in Eve’s Bayou.
I was watching the House* marathon on Hallmark today. I absolutely love House and it is right up there with Law & Order for me, (which to me is the pinnacle of television).
The episodes were from series 3 and were riotuous, witty and featured one of my favourite pieces of eye candy**. Jurnee Smollett even guest starred, who is in the Great Debaters and was the star of Eve’s Bayou! However, watching a dramatisation of doctors made me think about abortion and the merits of whether doctors should be made to perform them and waive the right to refer them to another doctor.
Again, I do not know a lot about how the GP system works with the NHS here in England but I am currently under the impression that if a doctor (under the NHS) does not want to perform an abortion, s/he can refer you to another doctor who can. Continue reading