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If you’re anything like us, you’re so excited to see Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall‘s new film, When The Bough Breaks, which hits theaters nationwide on September 9th. But in case you’ve been hiking in the Sahara with no television access, engaging in a vow of internet and media silence, living under a rock or any combination of […]


One of the most anticipated films of the year has finally released its full-length trailer to further intensify fan frenzy. Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation offers a deeper look into the movie courtesy of a sneak peek ahead of the Fall 2016 release.


Legendary comedian Eddie Murphy and Netflix could be teaming up for a project.


The ultimate girl’s getaway is set to be some of the best fun you’ve had in the theaters in awhile, as Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Regina Hall are all confirmed to star in the upcoming film Girl Trip. As reported by Shadow and Act, the Universal Pictures release will be helmed by The Best […]


UK actor Idris Elba is gearing up for the release of his new movie Bastille Day in April and let’s just say if there was any…


Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse - a funny ode to the end of the world and boy scouts, of course - is in theaters today.

Even after almost 60 years in business, the Alvin American Dance Theater is still breaking ground as a modern dance company.

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Viewers were confused to see the episode titled "Hot Ghetto Mess" with no indication for its reasoning - other than the episode's focus on Brown and diversity.


When Disney Channel announced it optioned for a film about Little League champ and memoirist Mo’ne Davis, we were beyond excited about it! The film, tentatively titled Throw Like Mo, will be based on Davis’ journey as a little girl with dreams of playing baseball and how she helped the Philadelphia Taney Dragons win the U.S. Little League World […]

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” […]

Last year was supposed to be a banner film for Black filmmakers. Fruitvale Station, The Butler, and 12 Years a Slave were released and their…