It has been reported that film and theater mogul Tyler Perry has partnered with Viacom to create a new BET streaming service.
Diversity, diversity, diversity and its sister word—inclusion—have become new buzz words used (so often) to announce that the entertainment industry is making needed changes in their white-as-usual programming in television and film.
Is “Spider-Man: Far From Home” worth your hard-earned money? Yes, yes it is. You might even kick yourself (hard) that you didn’t spring for that big box of popcorn.
Woody (Tom Hanks) is back and so is Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and the rest of the gang and in this new chapter, they are involved in Bonnie’s first day of kindergarten, a family road trip and the discovery of ...
It’s 2019 and John Shaft has taken up residence inside the historic building that’s owned by the New York Amsterdam News—can you dig it?
X-Men, the mutant humans born with superhuman abilities, return to the big screen. In “Dark Phoenix,” the mutants do battle with one of their own, Jean Grey, who possesses telepathic and telekinetic skills.
“Rocketman” quite simply is the evolution of Reginald Kenneth Dwight from a shy lonely kid into the internationally known music phenomenon Elton John.
A group of teens, sitting in the parking lot of a liquor store, take turns trying to get adult strangers to buy alcohol for them.
Gentrification is a BS word thrown around this great, big country of ours as a polite excuse for forcing low- and medium-income people—mostly of color—out of their homes and communities so higher earning (mostly white) people can move in (seize) ...
The Queen Sugar Season 4 press luncheon, with Rutina Wesley (Nova), Dawn-Lyen Gardner (Charley) and Kofi Siriboe (Ralph Angel), provided details about season four “Queen Sugar” presented by OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network.
As the film begins, we hear a voice describing a conversation with their father:
Jessie T. Usher plays J.J., aka John Shaft Jr., a cybersecurity expert with a degree from MIT.
Historical and recent migrations have resulted in the merging of cultures and shared experiences.
It’s almost summer and it’s time for the annual DOC NYC—the largest documentary festival in the U.S.
The second year of Netflix’s “She’s Gotta Have It” is even more relevant than ever.