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Whitaker portrays Cecil Gaines, a man who has been a part of America history as a White House butler, in the trailer for the film which also stars Oprah Winfrey.
The 'Last King of Scotland' star asks that, in the future, the Upper East Side market 'change their behavior and treat the public in a fair and just manner.'
Whitaker portrays Eugene Allen, a 'pantry man' at the White House who served eight presidents, in this Lee Daniels-directed movie.
The special screening at AMC Loews Lincoln Square was attended by the actress' cast mates from her TV series, including Eric Mabius and Ana Ortiz.
Being set to play and direct an upcoming biopic about Louis Armstrong, Forest Whitaker reveals that he will expose the most controversial aspects of Satchmo's life.
The actor has been booked a regular job on television, playing a loyal leader who profiles criminals outside FBI bureaucracy.
Leading the pack are 'Up in the Air' and 'Where the Wild Things Are' which grab six nominations each and will be up against each other in three categories.
Attended by many celebrities including Tom Hanks and Blake Lively, the special screening event takes place at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center in New York City.
Following reports that 50 Cent has been cast in 'The Expendables' to replace Forest Whitaker, Sylvester Stallone comes out with an explanation of his decision for the choice.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have chosen Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker to accompany the Academy president Sid Ganis in announcing nominees for the 81st Annual Academy Awards.
will.i.am brings in Seal, Bono, Mary J. Blige and Faith Hill to perform his Barack Obama-inspired composition 'America's Song' for the first time in 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'.