Tracee Ellis Ross is looking forward to the day that there is no longer discussion about diversity in Hollywood.
Candice Patton has broken new ground, appearing in the CW Network’s “The Flash” as the potential love interest of the show’s superhero lead.
"The Nightly Show" is coming to an abrupt end.
“Nine Lives,” the animated comedy starring Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Garner and Christopher Walken, did the impossible. This jumble of a film made cats not cute.
The first thing that hits you about Harry Lennix is the booming sound of his voice. It’s deep and comforting and sounds like God but not the “fire, hail, brimstone, hell bound” version of God.
L.A. Williams: If success creates opportunities, then Emmy winner Viola Davis, Oscar winners Ben Affleck and Jared Leto, and Oscar nominee Will Smith have a wide option of projects to star in. So why collaborate in “Suicide Squad,” a comic ...
Time stops for no one, even in space. In reviewing the Captain’s Log, with a birthday approaching, Captain James Tiberius Kirk, finds himself deeply depressed.
A veteran star of "Sesame Street" is saying today's story is brought to you by the letter "F" -- for "fired."
If you build it, they will come and help to make you billions of dollars in sales. That is just one aspect of what Comic-Con International has done, but for fans of the comic book genre, it’s much much more.
Paramount Pictures has given an awards season December release to Denzel Washington’s “Fences,” with a limited opening in New York and Los Angeles Dec. 16 and a wide release on Christmas Day, according to Variety.
“I hate to be pinned in front of the camera because that’s what I do people,” Robert Frank, the legendary photographer, tells the audience early on in “Don’t Blink—Robert Frank,” the new film by Laura Isabel, which will be showing ...
Courtney Kemp Agboh is the only woman show runner of a crime drama and the only woman of color with a number 1 original show in the premium cable space, and yet she takes time to live tweet during each ...
It’s been 30 years, but the ghostbusters are back!
Monday night's "Hip Hop Honors" was a chance to honor both the first ladies of hip-hop and bring attention to racial unrest in this country.
After a series of politically charged incidents involving law enforcement and young African-American men, Frontline's "Policing the Police" provides a bracing and illuminating look at the issue.