Actor Terrence Howard jokes about his loss in the 2007 Cadillac Super Bowl Grand Prix.
This is a second thing we ever filmed. It features the characters Bob and Terrence in their first on screen adventure. Incidently the script for this short was expanded for an hour long pilot that we later shot. This short has been shown on public access tv on at least 3 occasions as filler.
Sadly we spent more time recording the radio show that Anthony shuts off than we did and the actual clip. Peter did his best Steve LaVellie impersonation as he portrayed the character of "Franki Figg" host of the "Frankie Figg Cheesecake Extravaganza."
This is part of a pilot we made for our local access channel back in 2005. It follows the adventures of Bob and Terrence as the try to avoid their landlord and go to work. It was never aired and so we decided to cut it up into little segments that would fit on YouTube. Unfortunately I don't feel like re-editing this piece so I had to download it from YouTube. Part 2 of 5 segments will be available for viewing here on Metacafe as soon as "part one" gets at least 500 views. Just a quick note the focus in the first part of the video is shakey because the backf ocus of the camera was out of adjustment. Plus we were unable to go back reshoot the opening so we're stuck with what we've got.
In this rare screentest from 2001, Anthony Arsenio and Richard Paradise appear as "Bob and Terrence" in a short skit entitled "The Switch." This three act mini-play was never completed, but we would like to present it here for your amusement. This video was shot by Peter on his old crappy VHS-C camcorder. Christina is backstage pulling the curtains for this production shot in the auditorium at Endicott College in Beverly, MA.
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Special thanks to IMP Entertainment.
Terrence Howard is interviewed at FSO 2008.
According to Timewave Theory is accelerating towards the escheton. On December 21, 2012 our world "we be at the end of known possibilities" according to Red Elk's Prophecy. According to Terrence McKenna.,the Universe will descend into Infinite novelty on that day. Distributed by Tubemogul.
BlackTree TV's own Brooke Christopher sits down with Terrence Howard and gets his take on the significance of Disney's The Princess and the Frog. The relevance of this picture in discussing Dr. Kenneth Clark's Doll test, and just what it means to be a Disney animated character.
JAMES (voice of Terrence Howard) is Tianas inspiration and she is the legacy of his love. A strong, loving father who has instilled his daughter with her ethics and with a familiar bond in New Orleans residents: their love of good food. You see, James tells little Tiana, food brings folk together from all walks o life. It warms em right up, and puts smiles on their faces—and when I open my own restaurant people are gonna line up for miles, just to get a taste of my food.
Our food, Tiana lovingly corrects him.
Supervising animator Ruben Aquino says, Its the core of what she wants and why she is the way she is. Ive got to sell the audience on showing how much love there is in the family and how James loves Tiana so much. He is always present in Tianas heart.
During the 1940s, psychologists Kenneth Bancroft Clark and his wife, Mamie Phipps Clark designed a test to study the psychological effects of segregation on black children. In 1950 Kenneth Clark wrote a paper for the White House Mid-Century Conference on Children and Youth summarizing this research and related work that attracted the attention of Robert Carter of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Carter believed that Clark's findings could be effectively used in court to show that segregation damaged the personality development of black children. On Carter's recommendation, the NAACP Legal Defense Fund engaged Clark to provide expert social science testimony in the Briggs, Davis, and Delaware cases. Clark also co-authored a summation of the social science testimony delivered during the trials that was endorsed by thirty-five leading social scientists. The Supreme Court specifically cited Clark's 1950 paper in the Brown decision.
Terrence Jones Highlight Blue White Game
Terrence Howard's wife files for divorce after only one-year of marriage.