Vondie Curtis-Hall will direct the upcoming Paul Robeson biopic with shooting set for early next year. “Robeson” is being produced by Richard Akel through his Four Stars International in association with Fred Pittman and his Brookdale Entertainment Group.
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Over the past 24 hours we learned that former South African President Nelson Mandela died at the age of 95. It’s still very hard for some to accept his passing. Though Mandela, who fought against South Africa’s apartheid regime, was on my list of people I’d like to meet, we never would.
The network will air 18 episodes instead of 22 of the Shonda Rhimes drama’s third season.
After two weeks, “Scandal” returns with YOLO, Episode 309. Here are the top ten moments from the show, which left me with so many questions! YOLO – Quinn is naked… More
Toni Braxton and Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds, who together have an all-time total of 16 Grammy Awards, are preparing to release their first album of duets entitled “Love, Marriage & Divorce.”
Shonda Rhimes loves to make you identify with Scandal’s characters, and then remind you over and over again of how low they can go.
It will be tough for the midseason finale of “Scandal” to be more shocking this episode. There were huge, genuinely surprising plot twists, the most frightening scene of dental torture… More
By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA and MARCUS ELIASON JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Nelson Mandela was a master of forgiveness. South Africa’s first black president spent nearly one-third of his life as a prisoner… More
Beats Music, the digital music spinoff from the maker of Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, is set to launch in January.
Riding a wave of Oscar buzz and big earnings at the box office, Lee Daniels’ acclaimed film “The Butler” will return to theaters for a limited run Dec. 6.