On Wednesday, February 17, ABC Entertainment announced that Channing Dungey was named president of the entertainment group.
Romany Malco, an actor, had the opportunity to speak on The Breakfast Club where he spoke about the politics in entertainment.
“Well instead of Starbucks coffee on every corner you’ll find plenty of fried plantains.” –Ngozi, “An African City”
In 1998, “Sex and the City” kicked off the trend of shows about the complicated lives of professional women. However, when you watch shows of professional women trying to find themselves, the cast is normally white women in the United States. Now we don’t have to imagine what television classics would have been like if they included people of color because in 2016, “An African City” hits everything that “Sex and the City” missed.
Marvel Studios announced several new films set to debut over the next couple of years, and one of them features its very first black superhero.
42 and Get On Up actor Chadwick Boseman has been tapped for the lead role.
I truly and deeply apologize for the comments attributed to me on Twitter. Those comments were idiotic, untrue and not what I believe.
— CeeLo Green (@CeeLoGreen) September 3, 2014
Musician Cee Lo Green apologized Tuesday night for “idiotic” tweets about rape, but didn’t actually acknowledge that he made the comments.
The apology came in response to a few questionable tweets captured by Cee Lo’s followers before being deleted.
Alton Glass is a celebrated director, writer and producer. Now he can add history-maker to the list.
At the 18th annual American Black Film Festival in New York City, Glass won awards for his heartfelt drama, “CRU” in all nominated categories.
Adichie had previously hinted at the project, but the news was just confirmed recently via the Stylist Magazine blog.
Floyd “money” Mayweather’s set to make $70 million from Saturday’s fight he won against Marcos Maidana.
And the boxing champ wasted no time bragging about his come up on Instagram.
Queen Latifah will be playing Bessie Smith in a biopic, and Dee Rees, director of the movie Pariah, is slated to write and direct the film, which will air on HBO.
To say that singer India.Arie didn’t like this past Sunday’s Grammys would be an understatement.
In an open letter, the songwriter talked about the dearth of black award winners and black faces on the telecast, and called the awards show a popularity contest.