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Fans on X are celebrating the early success of Bad Boys: Ride or Die, seemingly confirming that fans are embracing Will Smith again.

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Filmmaker Avery Kelley—who is 15—is adding her name to the list of creatives eager to present authentic and respectable images of Blackness to the world.

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Jay-Z is back on Instagram. The “Politics As Usual” rapper has returned to the social media platform to promote The Book Of Clarence movie.

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One of the most beloved rappers will finally have his story told. Showtime is producing a documentary on Biz Markie titled All Up In The Biz.

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Cardi B is taking her talents back to Hollywood. This time she will work with her family to voice the Baby Shark’s Big Movie! movie.

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A cult classic is coming back to a major streaming service with a twist. Omay Sy will play the lead in Peacock’s update to The Killer.

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The first time is definitely the charm for Questlove, whose first-ever documentary showing footage from the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, dubbed "the Black Woodstock" won big at the ceremony.

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A new film from an award-winning Hip-Hop producer looks to inspire meaningful conversations on culture appropriation by allies and privilege in a "Hip-Hop musical" style.

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Big props go out to Radha Blank for her latest win as Sundance Institute's 2020 Vanguard Award recipient for her breakout film. The writer-director-actor will add this to her ever-growing list of accolades since debuting the film in January of this year.

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Marvel Studios has tapped Nia DaCosta to film "Captian Marvel 2," making her first black woman direct a Marvel film, ever! After wrapping her second film with Jordan Peele for "Candyman," and garnering praise for the directorial debut of her 2017 film "Little Woods," the budding filmmaker is quickly appearing Hollywood's radar.

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Watch what you say in front of the mirror. It looks like our favorite homicidal urban legend will soon be back on the big screen.

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When Harlem up and comer Neek Bucks suggested that he was going to be the game’s next Jay-Z, many fans brushed it off as common optimism from a rapping rookie. But no one knew that the “Love” rapper would truly follow the blueprint that the Brooklyn icon left behind.