This year Spike Lee will be honored with the President’s Award at the NAACP Image Awards.
Earlier tonight, Bryan Singer confirmed via Twitter that Alexandra Shipp has been casted as Ororo Munroe, also known as Storm in the upcoming film X-Men Apocalypse. Shipp is (in)famously known for her roles in Drumline: A New Beat and Aaliyah: The Princess… Continue Reading
So, when a series debut, they usually draw decent to big ratings. Then the ratings drop as the hype wears off until they more or less stabilize. But not Empire. Empire already tied the record (with How to Get Away… Continue Reading
Black Actress is mockumentary following the life of an actress as she reengages the acting world after a break. It has some big names in its arsenal. The first season is already available out. The trailer for season 2 is… Continue Reading
Half-Resurrection Blues, the first installment in Daniel José Older’s Bone Street Rumba fantasy series, was released earlier this month and it has already been optioned. Anika Noni Rose, a Tony Award winning actress, has picked up the Film/TV option to… Continue Reading
The Founders’ Keeper is a film that has been released as a web series on YouTube. It has taken fraternity life to a whole new level. Check out what happens when someone is willing to do anything to protect the… Continue Reading
Oh Madea. She’s back, but in a new way. We’ve seen Mabel Simmons in plays, TV shows, live action films, and even a book, but today she comes to us in a new medium: animation.
The ratings are in. Whitney was a hit. It achieved the best rating for a Lifetime film since Flowers in the Attic. 4.5 million viewers turned in, with 2.1 million of those viewers falling in the 18-49 demographic.
I have good news and bad news. Bad news first. The season finale of The City Hates Us is here. The good news? It’s twenty minutes long. So bust out the popcorn, sit back, relax, and take in the finale.… Continue Reading
Happy Martin Luther King Day. There will never be another like Dr. King. A leader in the Civil Rights Movement, his speeches and his actions still inspire to this day. The legacy of Dr. King is often pacified for mainstream… Continue Reading