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Jamie Foxx was beside himself with pride after watching his daughter, Corinne Foxx make her big screen debut in 47 Meters Down: Uncaged. Father and daughter attended the Los Angeles premiere with his youngest daughter, Analise, 10, on Tuesday.

Jamie, 51, couldn't wait to brag about his firstborn daughter's acting skills on Instagram.com.

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"Brilliant performance!!!!!! God is beyond great!!! My daughter just stunned everybody in Hollywood tonight!!!" he wrote in an Instagram post.

In another Instagram post, he wrote, "Not only was she amazing the movie is a must see!!! So proud of her!!! She put that work in!! Please please everybody go see her movie this Friday!!! August 16th!! #daddydaughtertime".

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Later, in an Instagram story, Jamie couldn't hold back the tears. "I'm crying in the car. I don't know what to do. I got butterflies. This is amazing. My baby did great!"

Corinne said her father didn't hesitate to give her acting tips while constantly FaceTiming her on the set. "My dad's acting advice is the worst," she said.

The underwater thriller also stars Sylvester Stallone's 21-year-old daughter, Sistine Rose Stallone.

In the shark drama, four teenage girls (Corinne Foxx, Sistine Stallone, Sophie Nélisse, and Brianne Tju) go diving in an underwater cave looking for lost treasure. They quickly realize they entered the territory of the deadliest shark species in the submerged caves. The girls must rely on each other to get out safely.

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In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Sistine Rose joked that she FaceTimed her dad from the set for daily acting advice. She said the Rambo star didn't always see eye-to-eye with her director, Johannes Roberts. Sistine said her dad told her, "This is what you should be doing... Instead of swimming away, confront the shark head-on', which I don't think would've play out well."

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(L-R) Nia Long, Sylvester Stallone, his daughter Sistine Stallone, Jamie Foxx and his daughter, Corinne Foxx, attended the Los Angeles premiere of 47 Meters Under: Uncaged on Wednesday. In the shark drama, four teenage girls (Corinne Foxx, Sistine Stallone, Sophie Nélisse, and Brianne Tju) go diving in an underwater cave looking for lost treasure. They quickly realize they entered the territory of the deadliest shark species in the submerged caves. The girls must rely on each other to get out safely.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Sistine Rose joked that she FaceTimed her dad from the set for daily acting advice. She said the Rambo star didn't always see eye-to-eye with her director, Johannes Roberts.

The 21 year old, who attended the Los Angeles premiere with the Rocky star, her sisters Scarlet and Sophia, and their mother Jennifer Flavin, said her dad told her, "This is what you should be doing... Instead of swimming away, confront the shark head-on', which I don't think would've play out well," she told Entertainment Tonight.

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Disney's 2019 remake of the classic The Lion King has been named the highest-grossing animated movie of all time - despite Disney marketing the movie as "live-action".

The film, which stars part-time pop singer Beyonce voicing the part of Nala, is based on the 1994 animated movie classic. The sequel scored a staggering $1.34 billion in the worldwide box office, surpassing Disney's 2013 blockbuster Frozen, which earned $1.276 billion and was previously the highest-grossing animated movie of all time.

With ticket sales of over $1.3 billion, The Lion King roared past Beauty and the Beast to claim the throne as the highest-earning animated film ever.

But critics grumble that the studio marketed the movie as "live action", therefore it shouldn't qualify as an animated cartoon.

Box office analysts Exhibitor Relations argued the point in a tweet on Sunday:

"Disney stated that The Lion King ($1.33B) passed Beauty and the Beast ($1.264B) to become "the highest grossing Disney live action release of all-time. Um. So this was live-action?"

The Lion King is currently the second highest grossing movie of 2019, behind Avengers: Endgame, which was recently named the highest grossing movie of all time.

Beyonce is credited as the main box office draw for the live-action film. But it wasn't a win across the board for the 37-year-old singer. Her album, The Lion King: The Gift, flopped at the box office.

Beyonce may be the current box office queen, but low album sales perhaps signal the end of Beyonce's reign at the top of the music charts.

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Eddie Murphy dropped the first trailer for his much-anticipated comedy film Dolemite Is My Name. Murphy heads a star-studded cast of bold name Black comedians and rappers from the past and present.

The top heavy cast includes Wesley Snipes, Keegan-Michael Key, Mike Epps, Snoop Dogg, Tasha Smith, Luenell, and a barely recognizable Tip "TI" Harris.

Dolemite Is My Name follows the life of X-rated comedian Rudy Ray Moore, whose bootleg adult comedy albums helped fund his first feature length blaxploitation film Dolemite.

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Snoop Dogg plays another blaxploitation film legend, the late actor D'Urville Martin.

Dolemite Is My Name will stream on Netflix before hitting theaters this fall.
 

Paramount's much-anticipated Coming to America sequel is officially on schedule for a 2020 theatrical release. The 1988 comedy starred Eddie Murphy as Prince Akeem of Zamunda, a fictional country in Africa.

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Rather than marry a women who was chosen by his parents to be his wife, Akeem travels to America with his loyal servant Semmi (Arsenio Hall) to find his bride-to-be.

Shari Headley played the headstrong daughter of a fast food restauranteur who steals the prince's heart. After her star turn in Coming to America, Headley married rapper Christopher Martin, of Kid & Play. They are pictured here in 1994 before their divorce a year later. Their union produced a son, Skyler.

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Headley, 55, officially joins the original cast that includes Murphy, Hall and James Earl Jones, who played Akeem's father, the King.

Paul Bates and John Amos (James on Good Times) will also reprise their roles in the all-star cast.

Newcomers to the cast include Wesley Snipes, Jermaine Fowler, Leslie Jones, Rick Ross, and KiKi Layne.

According to Deadline.com, the plot follows former Prince Akeem who is set to become King of Zamunda when he discovers he has a son he never knew about in America - a street-savvy Queens native named Lavelle. Honoring his father's dying wish to groom this son as the crowned prince, Akeem and Semmi set off to America to find his son.

Coming to America 2 is slated for a December 2020 release in theaters.

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Universal Studios has cancelled its upcoming film 'The Hunt', in which "elite liberals" hunt down Trump supporters, aka "deplorables", for sport.

The film is from the producers of the social commentary thrillers Get Out and The Purge.

The term "deplorables" was used by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during a campaign fundraising event to degrade and demean Trump supporters.

Universal cancelled 'The Hunt' after two mass shootings in Texas and Ohio left 31 people dead last weekend.

After viewing the trailer, there was some confusion among the news media over whether the "hunted" or the "hunters" are the heroes of the film.

Calling their film a "satirical social thriller," Universal said, "We stand by our filmmakers and will continue to distribute films in partnership with bold and visionary creators, like those associated with this satirical social thriller, but we understand that now is not the right time to release this film.”