It may be hard to believe a career in microbiology could lead to a burgeoning Hollywood film franchise, but “I, Frankenstein” screenwriter Kevin Grevioux defies career protocol set by the general population.
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Essence magazine has just released the results of its “Images of Black Women in Media” study. Featured in the November issue of the magazine, the Essence study was conducted to provide a sounding board for confronting a growing crop of negative images of African-American women, while providing a message of hope for revitalizing contemporary views of them.
Steven Spielberg’s children Theo, 25, and Sasha, 23, have taken after their father’s creative skills and formed their very own music group.
An upcoming “South Park” episode spoofs the controversial George Zimmerman case.
Anticipating the release of “12 Years a Slave,” producer Harvey Weinstein has attributed the successful year in black cinema to an “Obama Effect, ” an erasure of racial lines triggered by the nation’s first black president.
Rapper 2 Chainz appeared on “NOW with Alex Wagner” recently and talked about his sophomore album, “BOATS II: Me Time” – which also, surprisingly, comes with a cookbook.
The game creators hope to bring at least one part of black history to the forefront in an exciting video game format. It’s too bad no black people are involved with the project.
R&B superstar John Legend is riding high off the release of his fourth solo album, “Love In the Future,” but that doesn’t mean he’s afraid to push buttons with provocative remarks about the music industry.
Boardwalk Empire is back Sunday and this season it appears to be blacker than ever before.
For the second straight year, Philadelphia will serve as the center of the Musical Universe for at least one weekend, as the “Made In America” music festival descends upon its Art Museum steps over the Labor Day Weekend.