Here’s what’s cooking today: Katt Williams, officially out of retirement, will tape an HBO comedy special and Shonda Rhimes sets the record straight about recasting Harrison Wright on “Scandal.” Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (Michelle Obama’s latest tweet) and not (Jet magazine folding print edition). Enjoy!
Posts Tagged Queen Latifah
Here’s a couple of things to whet your appetite: Queen Latifah will show off her acting chops in an HBO biopic. And Donald Sterling continues to dominate the news as various outlets speculate on the Los Angeles Clippers’ future, which could include the likes of Oprah Winfrey or Magic Johnson. Plus there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (the legends joining Broadway’s “After Midnight”) and not (Beyonce stans–yikes!). Enjoy!
Apparently there is life after death. At least in the entertainment world. BET Networks announced Tuesday that it will broadcast the recently-axed series “Single Ladies” on Centric, BET Networks’ 24-hour music and entertainment network.
Black beauty is a powerful thing. It encompasses the broad range of beauty reflected in women of color from Zoe Saldana to Kelly Rowland. And while millions have always admired the allure of black women, the billion-dollar beauty industry has lately been taking note.
Here’s a list of the Top 10 Streampix picks for Black History month, including a pair of classic Spike Lee joints, along with vehicles for superstar stand-up comics-turned-actors Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby and Chris Rock.
I see why my father and millions of others really like Bruno Mars. This multitalented musician totally jammed Sunday during the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime show, attracting a record-setting 115.3 million viewers.
Coming off the groundbreaking achievement of Alfonso Cuaron’s multi-Oscar nominee “Gravity,” Streampix offers a selection of science fiction classics that also takes you into the future.
Never did I imagine that I could be watching the Grammys on network television and see 33 couples, many of them same-sex couples, get married live on the air as a gay anthem is being performed.
Give credit to “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels. The man knows how to build—and rebuild—a franchise. Marking the show’s 39th season as a late-night fixture on NBC, Michaels has managed to keep the cast fresh, and this year is no exception.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A University of Missouri graduate whose dance video announcing she was quitting her job was offered another employment opportunity during a taped appearance on a… More