Don Cheadle will follow up last year’s Miles Davis biopic with a project that sheds light on another real life hero of cultural significance.
Don Cheadle has acquired the film and TV rights to “Prince of Darkness: The Untold Story of Jeremiah G. Hamilton, Wall Street’s First Black Millionaire” by Shane White, with plans to adapt the 2015 book as a starring vehicle. Steven ...
Anthony Mackie will join Comicpalooza’s expanding guest lineup as a headliner for Texas’ largest pop culture festival.
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"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" had a magical night at the Olivier Awards on Sunday.
The death of Paul Walker is still being felt by his "Fast and Furious" franchise costars.
“Empire” star Terrence Howard has been cast in the teen romantic drama “Life in a Year,” directed by Mitja Okorn for Will Smith’s Overbrook Entertainment, reports Deadline.
The commercial success of projects like “Blackish,” “Luke Cage,” “Atlanta,” “Insecure,” “How to Get Away with Murder” and several others reflect the American audience’s revived interest in black narratives.
Drake is headed back to series television…across the pond.
Director Jordan Peele has become the first black writer-director to gross more than $100 million with his debut film “Get Out.” The Universal and Blumhouse pic is on track to reach a $154 million global box office, per TheWrap.
Last August, Universal swore that its “The Fate of the Furious” stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Vin Diesel had moved beyond their beef that simmered on set, but reports from the film’s press tour on Wednesday suggest otherwise.
“Power” co-star Rotimi Akinosho joins Mike Epps and Bruce Willis in the action film “Acts Of Violence,” reports Deadline.
Beyonce is director Jon Favreau’s first choice to voice Nala in his forthcoming remake of “The Lion King,” according to Variety.
The board of governors for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted to retain the services of accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, despite the best picture mix up at the Oscars in February.
Adapted from a 2007 young-adult novel, and counting writer-director Tom McCarthy ("Spotlight") and Selena Gomez among its creative team, the series oscillates between the recent past and present, gradually puttying in the circumstances surrounding Hannah (Katherine Langford), who, a la ...