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Beyonce And Ali Larter’s Obsessed Catfight Over Idris Elba Tops Weekend Box Office


Beyonce and Ali Larter are proving that everyone loves a catfight, especially when it’s over a brother man like Idris Elba, as their Fatal Attaction-esque thriller Obsession tops the box office this weekend.

Already surpassing it’s modest $20 million budget, Obsessed is quickly redeeming Beyonce from her over-hyped and under-performed role as Etta James in Cadillac Records and securing Idris Elba as a leading man.

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  2. “otherwise good” compared to beyonce’s performance. and i applaud your progressive attitude that you’d rather see two “chicks bust each other’s ass”.

    distortion or not (as most historical films are) the problem at large is that more black audiences would love “obsessed” over say “secret life of bees”(also not a great film, but more of an effort that two chick bustin’ ass, so you’re probably not interested.)

    i suggest you go to target and buy the entire shelf of straight-to-video “black movies”. You’ll never haver to worry about distorted history, just distorted self and social image, which you obviously don’t care about.

    you’ll be pleased to know that the “next day air” opens may 8th. it looks right up your alley.

  3. Are you really saying Cadillac Records was a good film?! That crap was a Hollywood whitewash of how that Chess Producer took advantage of black musicians. The ONLY good portrayal was Howlin’ Wolf. I would rather watch Obsessed and watch those chicks bust each other’s ass over some dude than get fed some twisted history of OUR music.

  4. Right. By taking a GIANT step backwards for women and cinema, Beyonce has “redeemed” her awful performance of Etta James in an otherwise good film. Wtf?

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