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‘Zoolander 2’ not runway ready

In 2001, “Zoolander” told the story of two unlikely models, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson), who took the fashion world by storm.

‘How to Be Single’ worth the price of admission

Movie: “How to Be Single,” Alice (Dakota Johnson) meets Josh (Nicholas Braun) during her freshman year of college and after.

BET, American Black Film Fest partner up for 2016 ABFF Awards

The 2016 American Black Film Festival on Feb. 21 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel (Los Angeles).

Road Trip Hollywood: Pan African Film Fest

“Do you know Ayuko Babu? You should know Ayuko Babu. Hold on, I will find Ayuko Babu for the [Amsterdam News].”

‘Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ premieres February 16 on PBS

Change was coming to America and the fault lines could no longer be ignored—cities were burning, Vietnam was exploding and disputes raged over equality and civil rights.

Tanya Wright: A butterfly rising

Former child star Tanya Wright reflects on finding her way back to work after the loss of her brother.

SAG: Diversity and inclusion

The SAG Awards presented diversity, but popular entertainment media might give evidence to the contrary.

Deacons for defense film showing

The film "The Deacons for Defense" shares a different side of black men during the Civil Rights Movement.

Michael Jackson didn't want a white actor to portray him

With controversy raging over Joseph Fiennes' casting as Michael Jackson in a British TV production, a 1993 video has surfaced of the late singer saying he didn't want a white actor to portray him on screen.

CNN/ORC Poll: Most opposed to Oscar boycott

When it comes to diversity at the Academy Awards, most Americans shrug their shoulders, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll.

‘Preachers of Atlanta’ premieres February 3

The new reality series “Preachers of Atlanta,” which premieres on Oxygen Media, Feb. 3, is riveting, fascinating and engaging entertainment.

The SAG Awards: Road trip 2016

The annual Screen Actors Guild Awards can’t be accused of lacking diversity.

White actor to play Michael Jackson in British TV show

With all the controversy over #OscarsSoWhite, now may not have been the best time to announce that a white actor has been cast as African-American pop star Michael Jackson.

Oscars CEO on diversity changes: 'It's not about political correctness'

The sweeping new measures designed to enhance diversity at the Oscars were not motivated by "political correctness," the CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said in an interview published on Wednesday.

Dr. Sam Anderson discusses 'Black Holocaust for Beginners' on MNN

Black talk show "Books That Matter, People Who Matter" presents "Black Holocaust for Beginners" on air Monday night at 10:30 p.m. on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN).