You may have heard of a little movie called The Hunger Games? Well the next to last of the four-part story is heading into theaters today.
Jeffery Wright, (Boycott, Shaft) Mahershala Ali (House of Cards) and Evan Ross (ATL) join the cast in this incarnation of the story, which takes places as war breaks out in the Districts.
The American Music Awards airs this Sunday night. Mary J. Blige is on tap to perform with Sam Smith and Pitbull will handle the hosting honors for the second straight year.
Mint Condition, Mike Epps and Patti Labelle are among this week’s live entertainment choices and if you’re in the nation’s capital, you know what it is – the battle for the real H.U. is going down between Howard and Hampton. Here’s more of what’s on tap this weekend.
HOT ON TV:
All Times Eastern
Friday, November 21
NBA Basketball: Cavaliers at Wizards
ESPN, 8 p.m.
Last year, the visiting team won every time; The Cavs enjoy a four-game winning streak at the Verizon Center.
Saturday, November 15
An EnVogue Christmas
Lifetime, 8 p.m.
The group reunites when they’re asked to helped save the club where they got their start
Sunday, November 16
2014 American Music Awards
ABC, 8 p.m.
Pitbull hosts, Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith and more expected to perform
Sunday Night Football: Cowboys at Giants
NBC, 8:20 p.m.
Cowboys beat the Giants in October, can the Giants clap back in New York?
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