"The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete" - a powerful drama film starring JenniferHudson and executive produced by Alicia Keys - will be arriving in US theaters on October 11th. But the two ladies are already hard at work promoting the upcoming premiere. The R&B stars stopped by "Good Morning America" on Wednesday (Oct. 2) to speak about the movie, but also motherhood, and the 2013 Black Ball fundraiser to be held in November 7 in New York City.
J-Hud and AK told GMA's Robin Roberts about preparing for the role (as drug addict) and how the project landed on her hands, respectively. After showing a sneak peek of the movie, and prasing the two kids' performance, Robin went on to talk other matters. She asked the guest ladies about their sons (did I spot rivarly between them?) and Alicia had the opportunity to do a bit of promotion too for her upcoming fundraiser gala, The Black Ball. All proceeds will go to Alicia's charity, "Keep A Child Alive" which assists people affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.
Will you watching 'The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete'?
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