In moments like this, you realize that fame is a blessing.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
With the impending release of The Best Man Holiday — arguably one of the most highly anticipated movies with a predominately black cast in recent memory — Hall has been given another opportunity to further solidify her claim as one of Hollywood’s most utilized, yet underrated stars.
A modest Hall is not interested in popularity at all.
“In moments like this, you realize that fame is a blessing,” she tells celebrity journalist DeWayne Rogers. “But to be honest, I don’t think about it all that much. I don’t even know that I think of myself as famous. In the end, what does fame really mean? You have to get closer to God and to what spirituality means to you. In the end, it’s good to work.”
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