Results related to “hollywood”
by Jamilah King on January 23 2014, 2:00PM
So she decides to do something about it.
by Jamilah King on November 18 2013, 12:55PM
Fourteen years after the original hit theaters, the sequel to Malcolm Lee’s 1999 film “The Best Man” made a big splash at the box office.
by Jamilah King on October 3 2013, 2:35PM
And even though everyone already knew, it’s still a big deal.
by Jamilah King on September 24 2013, 7:43AM
The director’s silence speaks volumes about the challenges facing openly gay black Hollywood filmmakers.
by Aura Bogado on July 3 2013, 8:45AM
The Disney blockbuster provides an opportunity for appropriation—and conversation.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Jamilah King on June 3 2013, 11:21AM
Years of carefully cultivating black talent is leading to a big year at the box office.
by Jorge Rivas on May 20 2013, 3:12PM
If entertainment industry insiders’ predictions turn out to be true they’ll also be host to an unprecedented number of black nominees in the best actor in a leading role category.
by Jorge Rivas on March 26 2013, 11:44AM
Actor Will Smith tells Entertainment Weekly he turned down the role of Django in Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’ because the slave character was not the lead in the film.
by Jorge Rivas on January 18 2013, 1:17PM
Writer and director Kyle Patrick Alvarez will premiere his second feature film at the Sundance Film Festival this coming Saturday.
by Dexter Gabriel on January 9 2013, 9:37AM
“Django Unchained” and “Lincoln” share a long history of Hollywood epics that feed our modern myths and expectations back to us, rather than genuinely explore our history.
by Jorge Rivas on November 26 2012, 10:55AM
Readers of the entertainment business magazine are calling them out for only featuring white actress in their “The Actresses Roundtable” cover story.
by Jorge Rivas on August 20 2012, 10:47AM
The allure of Whitney Houston’s final performance didn’t drive many crowds to “Sparkle.”
by Julianne Hing on July 31 2012, 3:45PM
And both BART and Grant’s family have given their okays for the film.
by Jorge Rivas on July 25 2012, 4:47PM
The film chronicles a woman’s struggle to adapt to life after her husband’s incarceration.
by Jarvis DeBerry on July 16 2012, 10:00AM
In the eyes of this New Orleanian, the film helps illustrate one of America’s greatest crimes: the systematic separation of black folks from their land.
Topics: Arts & Culture
by Jorge Rivas on May 4 2012, 11:42AM
“Chavez” started shooting earlier this week in Sonora, Mexico.