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Film & Television

Don’t judge me, but yes I’m in my late 30’s and still believe in fairytales. I believe in dream dates, flowers, all-night conversations, and surprises. I believe in moments like the montage from Love Jones, when Nina and Darius frolicked through the park in the rain. I also believe in the magnetic “love at first […]

With the recent death of the film's beloved director, we revisit his 1991 Academy Award nominated classic.

Tiffany Haddish is lining up two more film roles with Universal and New Line Cinema. Rack up another win for the Girls Trip star. Fresh off of her historic hosting gig on Saturday Night Live, Tiffany is already booking some leading lady jobs. reports that she is in talks to star in The Kitchen […]

Well look who had a, “come to Jesus” moment. Ex-Scandal star Columbus Short is finally spilling the tea on why he left the hit ABC show. Short stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Dec. 10, where he admitted his addiction to cocaine led to him being let go from the series. Short stated: I’ll be candid. I was struggling […]

Lupita Nyong’o is having the best year ever. The Academy Award winning actress topped People Magazine’s “Most Beautiful” list and there have been several reports of new projects coming her way. The latest report is that Nyong’o in negotiations to star in a the live-action/CG hybrid film adaptation of the Rudyard Kipling classic “The Jungle Book.” According to […]

Sundance comedy Dear White People is one stop closer to coming to a theatre near you! According to reports, Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions recently acquired all U.S. and Canadian rights to the satire, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and took home the Breakthrough Talent Award. The film, directed by young screenwriter Justin […]

There is a group of people who never get enough appreciation or understanding for all they do–single parents! This week check out five of the best movies with plots that center around fathers and mothers doing it on their own. The Pursuit of Happyness One of the best films of 2006, “The Pursuit of Happyness” […]

From Rock to R&B, here are some of the most entertaining and heart-wrenching music-themed movies to curl up to this weekend! Enjoy! Walk The Line Back in 2005 director James Mangold brought the life story of musician Johnny Cash to the big screen. Starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon (as Cash and his longtime love […]

If it isn’t broke, why fix it? Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry are sticking to their successful formula and partnering up for yet another scripted series. According to a press release, Perry expands his relationship with the OWN network by creating a new TV show based on his forthcoming feature film Single Mom’s Club. While […]

Want some history and drama this weekend? Look no further then my list of these five must-see period films! I’m talking grand costumes, old English accents, power struggles and love that you’ll swoon over. Enjoy stepping back into time this weekend! Elizabeth Set in England in the 1500s, Elizabeth chronicles the early part of “The […]

Sometimes our favorite movies to watch are ones we know have no chance of ever winning any kind of awards. No tea. No shade. Maybe it’s bad acting or a storyline that just doesn’t make sense, but whatever the flaws may be, we just can’t stop ourselves from enjoying every second. Must Read: 7 Tips […]

<p style=”text-align: left;”>Your votes are in and we’re happy to declare the victor of the Greatest Black Sitcom of All Time Competition:<strong> The Cosby Show!</strong></p> <a href=””>Related: Top 9 Episodes of The Cosby Show</a> <p style=”text-align: left;”><strong> </strong></p> <strong><a href=””><img src=”×300.jpg&#8221; alt=”” width=”277″ height=”300″ /></a></strong>Bill Cosby’s television depiction of an upper-middle class African-American family living […]