Mo’Nique And Lee Daniels Make Amends On Stage After 13 Years

After not talking for 13 years, Lee Daniels and Monique made up on stage in Staten Island on Friday!

Yes #Roommates you learn that proper! The pair took the stage and Lee Daniels took the time to publicly apologize to Mo’Nique.

But the excellent news doesn’t finish there! According to Deadline, Mo’Nique and Lee Daniels not solely ended their ‘Precious‘ feud, but they will work together on the Netflix thriller ‘Demon House.’

Mo’Nique final labored with Lee within the 2009 movie ‘Precious,’ the place she earned the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. She is ready to switch Octavia Spencer within the position of a social employee who helps a household by a sequence of exorcisms. After Octavia needed to drop out as a result of a schedule battle.

You might keep in mind again in 2019, when Mo’Nique alleged Oprah and Lee Daniels had been the rationale she was blackballed from the trade. Mo’Nique claimed it was as a result of her lack of participation in award-season promotion for the movie, one thing Mo says wasn’t in her contract. Lee Daniels, Oprah, and Tyler Perry have at all times denied blackballing her, but it surely’s price mentioning that we haven’t seen Mo’Nique star in any main TV or Film initiatives since. Mo has additionally said that Tyler Perry didn’t help her publicly, despite the fact that she alleged that he informed her in personal she wasn’t within the incorrect.

‘Demon House’ follows a number of exorcisms that plagued Latoya Ammons and her three kids in Gary, Indiana round 2011. Mo’Nique is ready to hitch stars Andra Day, Glenn Close, Rob Morgan, Caleb McLaughlin, and Aunjanue Ellis. Roommates are you trying ahead to watching the Netflix thriller?


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