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Aaliyah Biopic Finds A New Lead Actress

Aaliyah was a rising star in her teens; by the time she turned 21, she had broken into Hollywood and dominated music charts with her infectious beats. Her tragic death in a plane crash at the age of 22 left fans heartbroken around the world and led to a lengthy lawsuit after it was determined that the pilot of the …

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Zendaya Coleman Quits Aaliyah Biopic

19-year-old Disney Channel Star Zendaya Coleman has pulled out of the Aaliyah biopic that was set to begin filming this summer for Lifetime. “Because it’s someone that I honor and I respect so much, it has to be 128 percent, especially for all her fans, including myself,” said Coleman. “I didn’t feel like it was all the way there, so …

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Zendaya Coleman Drops Out of Aaliyah Biopic

Zendaya Coleman has dropped out of Lifetime Network’s Aaliyah biopic a mere two weeks after announcing she’d play the role in Aaliyah: Princess of R&B. Lifetime confirmed on Sunday via Twitter: “We are sad Zendaya will no longer portray Aaliyah. Production is currently on hold.” A rep for Zendaya also confirmed to E! News: “Zendaya is no longer involved in …

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Zendaya Coleman Quits Aaliyah Movie, And Here’s Why

Zendaya Coleman exits Aaliyah biopic project just weeks after Lifetime announced the movie. In a statement on Twitter, Lifetime said, “We are sad Zendaya will no longer portray Aaliyah. Production is currently on hold.” The biopic entitled Aaliyah: Princess of R&B was scheduled to begin filming over the summer with a premiere date in the fall. The script for the …

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Zendaya to Play Aaliyah Amidst Blacklash

Zendaya Coleman–known to her fans simply as Zendaya–believes she is the perfect fit for her role as Aaliyah in an upcoming film about the late singer’s life. It was announced on Monday that she had won the role. “I really want it to be perfect for her and show young people what she was able to do and what she …

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ObamaCare: White House Says Delay Helps Insurers

The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as ObamaCare, will see a delay in its second enrollment next year. Formerly slated to begin on October 15, 2014, it will now begin a month later on November 15th instead. White House spokesman Jay Carney denies that the push is for tactical purposes, although it causes one to notice that the administration pushed …

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