The Apollo Theater and FOX announced that “Showtime at the Apollo” has been picked up as a one-hour weekly series featuring Emmy Award-winning personality Steve Harvey as host. Set to debut during the 2017-2018 season, “Showtime at the Apollo” is ...
It’s bad enough that 7-year-old Tim has a new baby brother who completely saps his parents’ attention and energy, but Tim learns that his sibling is actually not at all who or what he appears to be.
Brother Nelson George has a wide-open smile that, at first glance, gives the appearance that you are staring into the eyes of a gentleman who’s been slumbering away.
“True Conviction” is another excellent documentary from this year’s Tribeca Film Festival that examines the vagaries of the legal system and law enforcement.
“Sleight,” J.D. Dillard’s strong directorial debut, a film that he co-wrote with Alex Theurer stars up and coming actor, Jacob Latimore, Dulé Hill and ingenue Seychelle Gabriel.
Wake up New York City. It’s film festival time and the power of the African and African-American creative voice is alive and well and just a MetroCard swipe away.
If you are a native of the Bronx, you’re quite familiar with the expression, “Shots fired!” and the actions associated with it.
There was a record 4,385 short films submitted for the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, and only 57 were chosen, including 36 world premieres.
Bill O'Reilly is done at Fox News, its parent company 21st Century Fox said Wednesday.
The usual reaction to news that your employer is changing locations is at least anxiety if not outright displeasure.
The film based on Masamune Shirow’s cult manga series of the same name, “Ghost in the Shell,” has taken big hits for the casting of white woman Scarlett Johansson instead of casting a Japanese woman in the lead role.
David and Tamela Mann’s new TV One show, “The Manns,” which premiered April 4 and will run Tuesday nights at 8 p.m., ET, has every ingredient for a bona fide hit show, and one without the negative stereotypes and lavish ...
“The House on Coco Road” is an intimate portrait of Fannie Haughton, an activist and teacher who moved her children from Oakland, Calif., to participate in the Grenada Revolution only to find her family in harm’s way of a U.S. ...
Now this is a story all about how the stars of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" thrilled fans with a single photo.
“Hustle & Soul,” WE tv’s new docuseries, is stirring up drama Thursday nights. The show’s recent red carpet reception at The Cutting Room was a successful, star-studded event. “Hustle & Soul,” a six-episode, one-hour series from Big Fish Entertainment actually ...