The special issue, which is centered around the upcoming Oscars features both Regina King and Viola Davis on separate covers donning stunning fashions and looking flawless, but it's not all eye candy. During their respective interviews, both Davis and King reflected on their biggest Oscar moments before sharing their individual highs and lows throughout their careers.


Black Panther is going to be the most lit Marvel movie release, ever. This is confirmed as the movie’s star cover the lastest Comic-Con issue of Entertainment Weekly. 


Even though she headlined the Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Festival in Southern California last month, Queen Latifah has no plans to open a discussion on her sexual preference. The notoriously private entertainment mogul denied making reference to her sexuality, despite reports that she said she was “proud to be among her people.” In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, […]

Nicki Minaj holds it down for the women in Hip Hop once again, topping EW’s Yearly Singles List with “Super Bass”.   You can say what you want about Nicki Minaj, but there’s no denying that she is indeed, talented.  She represents the voice of Hip Hop for females, and is