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2012
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Exclusive Photo Of Lenny Kravitz On Set Of His New Film “The Butler”

Here is an exclusive photo of Cuba Gooding Jr., Lenny Kravitz, and Forest Whitaker on the set of "The Butler" a film by Lee Daniels set for release in 2013.

Not only does the film star Lenny Kravitz and Cuba and Forest, it also stars Oprah Winfrey, Leiv Schreiber, John Cusack, Minka Kelly, Alan Rickman, Terrance Howard, and Jane Fonda.  That is quite the star-studded cast!

Lenny had this to say exclusively to drfunkenberry.com about the film;

"The Butler is an American story, and an important part of our history."

For more information on The Butler, click HERE.

I would like to thank Mathieu Bitton for sharing the photo here before anywhere else.  It is always welcome and appreciated.

Thanks again to Lenny and Mathieu.-DocFB

Diagnosis: For more great photos taken by Mathieu, make sure to follow him on Instagram: Candytman

Comments (11)
  1. Thanks for posting. Cannot wait to see this film. Amazing Mathieu shared this photo from set with you/us. Love it

  2. Lenny Kravitz an actor? Oh shit! The Poseur has striked again

  3. you are an butthole if you think black people did not have their own holocaust..over 400 years of slavery and 300 years of that was chattel slavery ignorant fool..the jews of germany wasnt the only ones..smh..study your history

  4. @Troy Lee U are such an ignorant ! (Do not use word Holocaust in ,,Black conteXT” anymore !!)

  5. i hope this is not another slavery movie showing black people kissing the white mans arrogant and evil azzzz.black people have such a wonderful history beyond their black slave holocaust…blacks have done so much for science,arts,culture,music and knowledge…blacks deserve better films..more on their royal history in Africa and Asia and America and so on.

  6. i hope this is not another slavery movie showing black people kissing the white mans arrogant and evil azzzz.black people have such a wonderful history beyond their black slave holocaust…blacks have does such much for science,arts,culture,music and knowledge…blacks deserve better films..more on their royal history in Africa and Asia and America and so on.

  7. Lenny is right, this movie will exhibit a part of American history….we have come a long way, but we still have a long way to go…..

  8. Thank you 🙂

  9. Looking forward to seeing this movie. I suspect it is based on Eugene Allen’s life, intriguing.

  10. I DON’T THINK BAFANA CAN MADE IT

  11. Cool and classic photo. Looking forward to seeing this film. Thanks for sharing.


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