Oprah Winfrey, Octavia Spencer, and Lupita Nyong’o are among the six actresses chosen for The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual ‘Actress Roundtable.’
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A much-anticipated remake of the classic comedy “Uptown Saturday Night,” starring Will Smith and Denzel Washington, is still in the works, according to a new report from Variety.
Fans already excited about Don Cheadle’s upcoming Miles Davis biopic “Kill the Trumpet Player” should welcome some new casting news.
“Star Trek: Into Darkness” star Zoe Saldana has reportedly been cast opposite Cheadle as Frances Davis, the legendary jazz musician’s first wife, who appeared on Davis’ iconic “Someday My Prince Will Come” album cover.
Director J.J. Abrams’ much-anticipated continuation of the “Star Wars” saga has been earning plenty of headlines before a script, shooting schedule or cast has even been established.
“Key and Peele,” the popular sketch comedy show starring biracial MAD TV vets Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael-Key, has been renewed for a fourth season.
Kanye West is catching flak these days for all sorts of reasons. Among his endless feuds and controversies is his curious choice to prominently feature the confederate flag on T-shirts for his ongoing “Yeezu”s tour.
Oscar winner Whoopi Goldberg is making her directorial debut with the HBO documentary “Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley,” the story of Jackie “Moms” Mabley,” an African-American stand-up comic who was once billed as “The Funniest Woman in the World.”
Magic Johnson’s son, Earvin Johnson III, appeared on E!’s “Fashion Police” last week to share his insight on the latest style trends worn by celebrities.
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.
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.