Fashion designer Joseph Altuzarra walked actress Indya Moore, from the upcoming show “Pose,” down the Tony carpet.
“Solo: A Star Wars Story,” directed by Ron Howard after directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller departed several months into the shooting, is a Ron Howard film, except with African-American characters, courtesy of the original Lucasfilm, which chose to be inclusive long before the entire galaxy knew the terms “hashtag” and “diversity”—So thank you, Mr. George Lucas.
Ronke Adekoluejo joins Stephen Rea in “Cyprus Avenue,” which begins previews Saturday, June 2, at The Public Theater. The new play is written by David Ireland and directed by Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone. Rea last performed at The Public in 2008 in Sam Shepard’s “Kicking a Dead Horse.”
Festival celebrates filmmakers who represent the present and anticipate the future of cinema, showcasing the daring artists whose work pushes the envelope in unexpected ways.
Our team was invited to cover Oscar’s 90th celebration with host Jimmy Kimmel whose hilarious performance had the assembled press laughing throughout the evening.
Our team was invited to cover Oscar’s 90th celebration with host Jimmy Kimmel, whose hilarious performance had the assembled press laughing throughout the evening.
“Black Panther” costume designer Ruth E. Carter found Douriean. As the costume designer on the groundbreaking “Black Panther” movie, directed by Ryan Coogler, Carter’s already legendary status might reach another level altogether.
Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther,” is the story of T’Challa, a young African prince who takes on the mantle of king and superhero, and the centuries-old legacy that comes with it.
Leonard James III has a voice that is as comforting as running water. It’s low, resonating, authoritative—and it lingers in the mind.
While covering the Oscars on behalf of the New York Amsterdam News, I asked John Legend what he loved about being a “storyteller” after he, and Common, won for Best Song, “Glory,” from the film “Selma,” which chronicled the 1965 civil rights march in Selma, Ala.