Actor Terrence Howard has finally opened up about why he left the “Iron Man” franchise, and he’s blaming Robert Downey Jr.
During a recent episode of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen, a fan asked why he left the role of Air Force Lt. Colonel James "Rhodey" Rhodes after the first film in 2008.
Colon Cancer Alliance partnered with actor and longtime advocate Terrence Howard for a new PSA urging you to talk to those you love and urge them to get screened.
Winfrey recently made an appearance on “The Steve Harvey Show” and addressed Terrence Howard's appreciation on her "tig ol bitties” in their onscreen love scene in “The Butler.”
Oprah explained she is in the upcoming Lee Daniels movie, and that the scene “was supposed to be a little scene,” but “because Terrence Howard misbehaved, it turned into a bigger scene, and then a bigger scene. He's a misbehaving kind of boy. I heard him... he was on Twitter the other day talking about my breasteses."
Promoting his film, “Dead Man Down,” Howard talked to MovieFanatic.com about his other upcoming film, “The Butler,” in which he and Winfrey have a love affair.
"Oprah and I had such chemistry. To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol' bitties,” Howard laughed. “She's such a voluptuous woman. She’s very, very beautiful. That was wonderful."
Watch the interview!
Oscar nominated actor Terrence Howard is joining in the fight against cancer. He's hoping his emotional story can save lives. Howard's mother, Anita Williams, lost her battle with colon cancer -- and now Terrence hopes to raise awareness.
"Extra" will be on the red carpet at the Golden Globes January 11 -- and we're taking your questions directly to the stars!
We'll be with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio, Sean Penn, Anne Hathaway, Javier Bardem, Meryl Streep, Penelope Cruz and more -- what would you like to ask them? Upload your video comments now or post them below -- and you could be featured on "Extra"!
Oscar-nominee Terrence Howard is going from scripts to songs as he prepares for the release of his debut album, "Shine Through It." Howard invited "Extra" to the set of his first music video, and he's revealing why he made the crossover from actor to musician -- and what A-list couple inspired his first single!
"Shine Through It" will be glistening in music stores next week.