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.
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I don’t think Chalky White is really about that life. Nope. Too bad he didn’t realize this before his oldest daughter, Maybelle, was fatally shot. Pretty sure many viewers didn’t see that one coming. Sunday’s “Boardwalk Empire” season 4 finale was full of surprises like this.
Oprah Winfrey and Diablo Cody are teaming up to develop an HBO comedy based on the book “Moody Bitches” by Dr. Julie Holland.
“Scandal” was something else last night! And Olivia Pope’s mother, Maya Lewis, is serious. She’s being kept in a maximum security facility that resembles something Hannibal Lecter was caged in during “The Silence of the Lambs.” Apparently her husband, who she calls Eli, but the secretive B-613 knows him as Rowan, felt her actions warranted such treatment.
Things are heating up for everyone on “Scandal.” And in season 3, episode 8 basically held no prisoners. Literally. Here are the top 10 moments from “Vermont is for Lovers,… More
Love it or hate it, “Preachers of L.A.” definitely has people talking. The freshman reality series premiered last month on Oxygen to mixed reviews with some people praising it and others like Bishop T.D. Jakes rebuking it.
A South Florida woman is suing the Black Entertainment Television network in a dispute over a Facebook page she developed to promote the show “The Game.”
I’m going go out on a limb and declare Amber Riley and her pro partner Derek Hough as “Dancing with the Stars” Season 17 winners.
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.
With the popularity of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and its subsequent spinoffs, Bravo continues to offer reality TV entertainment centered around the friendships–and drama– of black women.