Mariah Carey To Box Ali’s Daughter In Next Film

Syndicated columnist Marilyn Beck reports that is getting in training to portray a boxer in her next big-screen project, ‘The Sweet Science’, where she’ll step into the ring with real-life women’s boxing champion Laila Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali. “At first she was going to play the part of the boxing manager but then she insisted on playing the boxer,” said producer Anthony Esposito. “She’s been taking boxing lessons as part of her training.” Carey will also record the soundtrack for ‘The Sweet Science’.

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6 thoughts on “Mariah Carey To Box Ali’s Daughter In Next Film

  1. Rhilee says:

    they also said that she will likely record and perform one or two tracks but the soundtrack will be her producing songs for other artists. Kinda like what she should have done for the glitter soundtrack. I am looking forward to this movie because it sounds like it could turn out to be something with substance after a first film that was so so.

  2. Monarc_2002 says:

    I hope this movie comes to theaters, and if it does, it will be great. After all Glitter was released in theaters on September 11, 2001! The day of the bombings and all that week no one wanted to go places. I’m sure this will be an excellent movie.

  3. Brentwood_Babe says:

    Glitter the album was released on Sept. 11th, not the movie.

  4. Arman80 says:

    I checked VideoETA and it says that The Sweet Science is estimated to be in theaters sometime in August, but other places say 2004. Does anyone know? First she was going to be Gloria the manager but now she will play the actual boxer. It sounds intense, I’m ready to watch it!

  5. MariahsMan says:

    I think Mariah is doing a great job choosing her movie roles now. It’s gonna be interesting to see Mariah as a boxer!

  6. catfightreport says:

    Whatever happened to this?

    That would have been so hot!

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