If director Rupert Wyatt had his way, Hollywood films wouldn’t play into “historically racial stereotypes.”
Category Archives: Black Entertainment
If you’re like me, then you’re wondering what the hell is Marty Kaan going to do since being “effectively removed” from the management consultant firm he built, Kaan and Associates, on the Showtime hit “House of Lies.”
Taraji P. Henson had no intention of starring in another television show when her manager sent her the pilot script for Fox’s new series “Empire.”
It wasn’t quite the interview I expected but it was a good one nonetheless. Tuesday morning I conducted a phoner with “black-ish” stars Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross to discuss the midseason return and the show’s family dynamics.
The holiday season may be winding down but there’s still time to hang out with your family and friends. Check out these trailers for four movies that you may worth checking out this weekend. You can thank me later!
Don’t have any plans for tonight or tomorrow? No sweat, I’ve got you covered! Curl up with your remote (or laptop) and binge, yes, binge, on a few of fall’s highest-rated series before they return from their mid-season finales in January. From “Scandal” to ‘Grimm,” it’s time to catch up on your favorites. Happy New Year!
From start to finish, the past year brought us plenty of highs (Lupita Nyong’o's amazing year in Hollywood) and lows (Michael Brown’s death). Take a look at eight stories that had our attention at XFINITY CelebrateBlackTV.com.
En Vogue members Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron talk to me about whether the Jones and Robinson will rejoin the group, meeting Bill Cosby and the current state of the music industry.
The “Selma” star talked to XFINITY CelebrateBlackTV.com Editor Aisha I. Jefferson about the jouney to getting “Selma” made, the challenges he faced while completing the film and his bestie in the industry.
The list of sexual abuse claims against the once beloved comedian continue to grow.