Legendary actor reveals what he overcame to become a Hollywood legend and the voice of Darth Vader.
"Straight Outta Compton" sets another record, "We Are Your Friends" sets a NEGATIVE record, and James Earl Jones is NOT dead!
The Internet needs to stop killing off people who aren't actually dead. James Earl Jones is the latest star to fall victim to a death hoax. According to E! News, the 84-year-old actor is still very much alive, but after a parody website posted news of his supposed demise many thought he had passed away. The link, however, took users to a page that declared, "You got owned!" Not everyone caught onto the hoax, as Facebook saw the death announcement and posted the news on the social media platform. But rest at ease. Mufasa is still very much alive and will even be voicing the former lion king in the new TV movie sequel, The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar. http://www.eonline.com/news/691763/james-earl-jones-is-alive-star-falls-victim-to-internet-death-hoax?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-topstories&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_topstories http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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James Earl Jones, the legendary actor/voice actor, hasn’t died. That’s just a hoax being unfold via Facebook. It was announce on Feednewz.com, a website that enables users to make faux Facebook books posts. According to Snopes.com: Anyone will produce a “prank” headline on FeedNewz.com, a website that fosters users’ spreading false however sensational claims across the web then encourages those that have already been fooled to continue sharing the joke. The web website has additionally been to blame for promulgating false rumors regarding Taco Bell’s closing, Mountain Dew’s being out of print, and MMA champion Ronda Rousey’s failing a drug check. Regarding Jones, it absolutely was according last week that he’ll be in a very sequel to Disney’s “The Lion King.” According to CBS News: James Earl Jones can lend his voice to the first king of the jungle, Mufasa. He can come to the “Lion King” sequel “The Lion Guard: come of the Roar” to reprize his role as Simba’s father, reports Vulture. It adds: “The series can follow Kion and his friends from all levels of the Animalia, together with a Mellivora capensis named Bunga, associate heron named Yoko Ono, a big cat known as Fuli and a hippo named Beshte. The motley crew can patrol the Pride Lands with their leader, however in fact, Jones’ voice can reign supreme.”
Legendary actor James Earl Jones is breaking his silence after secretly battling diabetes for two decades. Jones who's known around the world for his unmistakable voice and iconic stage and screen roles was diagnosed with Diabetes at the height of his career in the mid-90's. Now the 85-year-old acclaimed actor says he simply wants to raise awareness about a disease that over 1.4 million people are diagnosed with each year. "It is the most challenging job that I've ever had for a while... living well with type 2 diabetes," Jones said in an exclusive interview with theGrio.com. "I want to get to the point where I can live as if I didn't have diabetes. If I can get control if it, that means I can continue working for instance. I love working." Follow Us : http://thegrio.com/ https://twitter.com/thegrio http://thegrio.tumblr.com/ https://www.facebook.com/theGrio http://instagram.com/thegrio https://foursquare.com/thegrio http://www.pinterest.com/thegrio/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+thegrio Video news from www.thegrio.com.
Cecilia Hart, wife of James Earl Jones, has died Actress Cecilia Hart, the wife of actor James Earl Jones, died Oct. 16 after a year-long battle with ovarian cancer. She was 68. Hart’s death was reported by Westportnow.com, a website based in Westport. Conn. where Hart played in a 2015 production of “Bedroom Farce” at the Westport County Playhouse. Hart and Jones married in 1982, the same year that he played Othello opposite her Desdemona on Broadway. The couple had met several years earlier on the set of the Steven Bochco series, “Paris,” in which Hart played the young detective Sgt. Stacey Erickson and Jones the titular role of police Capt. Woody Paris. In addition to “Othello,” Hart also appeared on Broadway in revivals of “The Heiress” and “Design for Living,” as well as in Tom Stoppard’s “Dirty Linen & New-Found-Land,” for which she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award in 1977.
From 1990, here is a rare CNN 10th Anniversary ID, with James Earl Jones doing the voice!