Black actors

Actor Omar Epps appeared on The View on Friday to promote his new ABC show Resurrection. But what really got people talking was his outfit…

Indiana has made it share of exports to the world. There’s basketball star Larry Bird and actress Vivica A. Fox, and of course that famous…

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…

The Thanksgiving holiday is always filled with good cheer and good food but for this year’s celebration you can add a side of creepy. Spike…

Jamie Foxx has a shocking new look. The actor was spotted on the set of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ in New York City on Monday night, where we got the first glimpse at his transformation to play the film’s villain, Electro. And he’s blue!         With some metallic skin, colored eyes and raised veins, the bad guy’s look […]

Regina King and Malcolm Jamal Warner had ended their relationship. Sources claimed that it wasn’t in the most friendliest of terms. Supposedly, Malcolm asked Regina and her son to leave the home they shared together. Well today, Regina King tweeted a response to the story claiming that she and Malcolm are “good.” Maybe it’s just […]

In “The Help,” Viola Davis famously played a maid who discovers her own power. Her new film “Beautiful Creatures” is based on a book in which her character Amma is also a maid – but with telepathic power. All dark magic aside, the maid part of the deal, for Davis, caused initial hesitation in moving forward with […]

Ahh, the 90’s, one of the best decades in the history of the Black television series’. “Martin,” “The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air,” “Living Single,” “The Jamie Foxx Show,” “Moesha,” “The Wayans Bros,” “The Cosby Show” and “The Parkers”–all shows that will forever be timeless in Black TV. I can watch reruns of these shows over […]

Greg Carter spent the last three years scraping together $250,000 to write, direct and produce “A Gangland Love Story,” a gritty, urban retelling of “Romeo and Juliet.”

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