Film & TV

Beyoncé’s ‘Homecoming’ Is An Unapologetic Celebration Of Black Culture

“In each of us, another woman or a young girl might see a reflection of herself; of her worth, of…

BET Orders Comedy Series ‘Twenties’ From Lena Waithe

Shortly following the second season pickup of Lena Waithe’s Boomerang reboot, BET has ordered yet another series, Twenties, from the…

‘The Last O.G.’ Returns for a Second Season

The Last O.G. kicks off its sophomore season right where it left off, with lovable lead character Tray (Tracy Morgan)…

Produced By John Legend, ‘Jingle Jangle’ Will Become Netflix’s First Live-Action Musical

It was only a matter of time before Netflix began to add original musicals to their platform, alongside every other…

Samuel L. Jackson Is Delightfully Whimsical In ‘Unicorn Store’

From Pulp Fiction to Captain Marvel, we’re used to Samuel L. Jackson starring in badass, action-packed roles. But recently, Jackson…

‘Juanita’ Review: A Black Woman’s Journey Outside Her Comfort Zone

Starring the often underrated Alfre Woodard, Juanita follows a single mom who works long hours as a nursing assistant at a…

Tune In To Netflix’s ‘Turn Up Charlie’

Executive produced by and starring Idris Elba, Netflix’s Turn Up Charlie follows once popular DJ, Charlie Ayo (Elba), whose fall from…

We Need To Talk About That Glaringly Huge Plot Hole At The End Of ‘Us’

When Jordan Peele, a new filmmaker, creates what is often referred to as a masterpiece on his first try, the…

‘If Beale Street Could Talk’: Slices of Black Life

While Regina King’s monumental win of both the Golden Globe and Oscar for If Beale Street Could Talk is a testament…

‘The Last Black Man In San Francisco’ Sheds Light On Gentrification In Expressive First Trailer

A24 has released the first trailer for the Sundance award-winning film, The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Directed by…
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