It's been a few weeks, Jamie Foxx reportedly hospitalized and in critical condition; family and friends ask for prayers and positive thoughts.
Jamie Foxx's family and friends ask for prayers as his hospitalization reportedly worsens, three weeks after his daughter announced he was already on the way to recovery.
Jamie Foxx's condition following his hospitalization while filming in Atlanta remains a concern for fans, and while his body doubles have taken over on the set of "Back in Action," Foxx and his daughter won't be returning to "Beat Shazam.
Jamie Foxx stars alongside Glenn Close, Kyle Chandler, and Cameron Diaz in the upcoming Netflix action-comedy film "Back in Action," directed by Seth Gordon, with plot details still under wraps.
Jamie Foxx has several upcoming projects, including the animated movie "Strays," action thriller "God Is a Bullet" with Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and sci-fi comedy "They Cloned Tyrone" with John Boyega and Teyonah Parris.
Jamie Foxx is not the only celebrity to have experienced a long hospital stay recently, as Jay Leno and Jeremy Renner both also required hospitalization in late 2022 and early 2023 respectively.
As we send well wishes to Jay Leno and Jeremy Renner, we're now focusing on Jamie Foxx's recovery, hoping for his loved ones to rest and support him and for him to heal and return home soon, with more updates to come on GFR.