"Blinding Lights" singer The Weeknd may be the latest chart-topping Black performer to be snubbed by the Grammys, but he's far from alone.
If "The Mandalorian" is the "Star Wars" version of a western, "WandaVision" was, finally, Marvel's take on a love story. Yet in keeping with the company's interconnected universe, the finale of the Disney+ show also planted seeds that will bear ...
Michael B. Jordan is coming for the Russians. The trailer for Amazon's "Without Remorse" has dropped and it features Jordan as a top-secret agent bent on revenge after a Russian assassination squad kills his family.
"Coming 2 America" was clearly designed to be crowd-pleasing back when crowds were possible, and as such it's among the few movies redirected from theaters to streaming that have genuinely lost something because of it. That said, it's still a ...
Chef/author Eddie Huang makes his movie debut as the writer-director of "Boogie," a warmed-over collection of cinematic cliches that misses its shot what could have been a fertile premise, in don't-quit-your-day-job fashion.
Janet Jackson is getting the star treatment with a two-night documentary event that will air simultaneously on both A&E and Lifetime.
Michael B. Jordan is coming for the Russians.
When audiences see Eddie Murphy's Prince Akeem, prince of the fictional African nation of Zamunda, living in his enormous palace, they'll probably not realize it's actually an Atlanta, Georgia home that belongs to rapper Rick Ross.
There was a moment filming "Judas and the Black Messiah" that star Daniel Kaluuya will not forget.
It's a Golden Globes first, but hopefully, not a Golden Globes last.
Nominations for the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards, celebrating the best in television and film, were announced Wednesday.
Ryan Coogler is taking "Black Panther" fans back to Wakanda in a new TV series for Disney+.
"The Little Things" is actually based on a screenplay written in the 1990s, and those dark roots show, in a psychological crime thriller that notably resembles a relic of that era, "Seven." Grindingly slow, the best one can say is ...
"I Wanna Dance With Somebody" has reportedly found its star. According to the Hollywood Reporter, British actress Naomi Ackie has been chosen to play the late singer Whitney Houston in the planned biopic.
Some musicals and a superhero film made this year's list of America's most influential motion pictures to be inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.