*A sequel to the 2006 hit film “ATL” is on the way, according to one of the original film’s stars, T.I.
The rapper confirmed the sequel, titled “ATL 2,” via social media. Loosely based on the lives of hip-hop stars Dallas Austin and TLC member Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, the first “ATL” movie grossed more than $11.5 million in its 1st week. In addition to T.I., the original “ATL” starred Lauren London (as New New), Evan Ross, and Big Boi of Outkast.
T.I. may be gearing up to add another “ATL” film to his resume as his upcoming film “Get Hard,” opposite Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell, hits theaters on March 27, but Nicole Beharie doesn’t seem to be getting any love on the small screen.
While folks would expect the producers to have asked Beharie to contribute commentary for the “Sleepy Hollow” season 2 DVD collection, it doesn’t look that way. Beharie took to twitter a few days ago to make her opinion known as she posted a picture with a caption reading, “When the show ur on doesn’t invite you do to DVD commentary…”
ClutchMagOnline noted that Beharie’s fellow “Sleepy Hollow” co-star Orlando Jones was also not invited to provide commentary for the DVD collection.
As for the source of the beef, the site mentioned that the drama appears to stem from Beharie’s character being scaled back a lot last season. Hence the animosity, which seems to also be fueled by a big push for one of “Sleepy Hollow’s” white female cast members.
Considering that Beharie is one of the leads in the show, it would be a great look and should be automatic to feature her commentary. Hopefully, the producers will wake up and remedy this quickly.