“Nappily Ever After,” the new romantic comedy produced by Tracey Bing and based on the novel of the same name by Trisha R. Thomas is now playing on Netflix.
It is a singular experience to be in a theater watching a film as it’s viscerally affecting the audience at the same time.
Before you push into the review, it’s important to know that Lady Gaga can act, very well, and actor Bradley Cooper can direct—even better. It’s safe to say that here, “stars are born.”
Taraji P. Henson, has taken strides to confront the stigma of mental health in the Black community.
With “Where Hands Touch,” British-Ghanaian director Amma Asante revisits her roots by making a film with young adults at its center.
This year features a slate of 69 official selections and seven high-profile Spotlight selections that include Viola Davis’ upcoming crime caper, “Widows.”
Empire star Taraji P. Henson has denied rumors that she is with child.
Throughout history, for intelligent women with a strong will and a desire to have the most out of life, these qualities alone have been enough to brand them as “witches.”
From her turns in Rick Famuyiwa’s “Dope” to her highly anticipated role as Iris West in the feature film “The Flash,” Kiersey Clemons is blazing a path for the new generation of Black and biracial actresses.
It took three failed attempts to connect with the busy man behind the Starz docu-series “Warriors of Liberty City,” but it turned out to be well worth the wait.
Before Kenya Barris left his overall deal with ABC Studios, he sold one last project to the studio in a deal with them, Sony TV and Sony's Davis Entertainment.
In the old days, before Spike Lee was a legend—when he first stepped out with “She’s Gotta Have It,” in 1986, the Hollywood system didn’t think very much of Mr. Lee or anyone who looked like him.
In the old days, before Spike Lee was a legend—when he first stepped out with “She’s Gotta Have It,” in 1986, the Hollywood system didn’t think very much of Mr. Lee or anyone that looked like him.
From placing Blow Pops in hair buns as a kid to creating afro wigs with personality for Spike Lee’s upcoming film, LaWanda Pierre makes it clear that hair styling is a form of artistic expression.
The uber bright executives at Disney know how to please kids, and in the new family comedy “Christopher Robin,” directed by Marc Forster, they have collaborated beautifully to make a great kids’ film that is perfectly suited for adults.