Friday, January 25, 2008

Stylish Bikin fashion

"This a historical moment for me, my first starring role in a movie," Combs, 38, told Reuters. "Some of the audience is going to want to see did I do good or did I fall flat on my face?"

Combs was discussing his part in a new film adaptation of the 1959 play "A Raisin in the Sun," which has been remade several times for stage and screen -- most recently in a 2004 Broadway production starring Combs in the role of a young, struggling black American, Walter Lee Younger.

Now Combs is back in a made-for-television "Raisin" set to air on ABC on February 25 to an audience that may be unfamiliar with the story about U.S. race relations, inner city struggle, hopes, dreams and the strength of family bonds.