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  The one and only Samuel L. Jackson  was joined by his Shaft co-star Regina Hall to chat about their first kisses, first Hollywood friends, and wild fan experiences (hint: Sam’s includes John Travolta). Peep the video down below to see what these two hilarious people have to say about their first times, their new movie Shaft, and so much […]

Quvenzhane Wallis is making leaps and bounds in the publishing world by landing a four-book deal with Simon & Schuster.

While most were surprised by David Oyelowo’s (pictured left) Oscar snub for his portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the critically acclaimed “Selma,” the actor…

Porscha Coleman is all in our face and we like it. The L.A. based multi-hyphenate has embarked on a new endeavor as an on-air personality…

Tasha Smith detailed why she feels there’s “less opportunity” for African American actresses during an interview with HuffPost Live today. The Why Did I Get Married…

At a recent luncheon celebrating the 2014 Oscar nominees, a group of A-list stars, directors, sound mixers and more gathered round a life-size model of…

When people talk about Black Hollywood, it’s always about how we have to fight and struggle to land noteworthy roles. However, we need to be…

Black actors were not ignored in the 2012 nominations for Oscars!

Tune in to an all new episode of “Cinema In Noir” for the latest in film and casting news, hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon.  Our topics include: (1:50 minute mark) FILM Reviews: KINYARWANDA, SHAME and THE MUPPETS (16:30 minute mark) Casting News: TLC biopic on VH1, Forest Whitaker and Common (22:35 […]

When Steve Harvey published his relationship book “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man” men everywhere gave him the collective side-eye. After becoming a best-seller the book has now been turned into a movie starring Kevin Hart, Michael Ely, Tariji P. Henson, Meagan Good, Gabrielle Union, Terrence J and many more. Watch the trailer […]

Heavy D will be remembered by many music fans for his classic songs like “Don’t Curse”, “Now That We’ve Found Love” and “Mr. Big Stuff.” But Dwight Myers was one of the first rappers to make the leap to Hollywood. The Jamaican born artist put his hometown of Mt. Vernon on the map musically but […]