Harvey, who hosts a television talk show and the game show “Family Feud,” received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today in the radio category. Mr. Harvey was joined by some of his old acting buddies from “The Steve Harvey Show,” TV personalities and his very on family. In attendance was “The Game” actress Raquel Robinson, Cedric The Entertainer, Dr. Phil, Samuel L. Jackson, Ellen Degeneres and more. The unveiling of the Walk of Fame’s 2,497th star coincides with the start of the nomination process for the Neighborhood Awards, which Harvey and his producer, Rushion McDonald, created to honor local businesses, schools, teachers, coaches and leaders.
Juice is a 1992 American crime drama film that stars rapper Tupac Shakur and Omar Epps. Additional cast members include Jermaine “Huggy” Hopkins, Khalil Kain, and Samuel L. Jackson; the film features cameo appearances by Queen Latifah, EPMD, Special Ed, Ed Lover, Doctor Dré, Flex Alexander, Fab Five Freddy, and Treach. The film was directed by cinematographer Ernest R. Dickerson who has directed and written other Hollywood films such as Surviving the Game and Bulletproof as well as some television series such as ER and The Wire.
The film touches on the lives of four black youths growing up in harlem. It follows the day to day activities in the young men’s lives starting out as innocent mischief but growing more serious as time passes by. It also focuses on the struggles that these young men must go through everyday as well such as police, harassment, and their families.
The film was shot on location in New York City mainly in the Harlem area.