According to Deadline, producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson recently shared how they decided on the ending of how to kill Daniel Craig’s Bond character before alluding to

According to Variety, the "WAP" rapper is set to star in the Paramount comedy as the lead character "Amber",  a small-time crook who finds herself in over her head when a heist goes wrong. On the run from the cops and her former crew, she struggles to find anywhere to hide. Running out of options, Amber disguises herself as an elderly woman and hides out in the one place no one will look — her estranged grandmother’s nursing home.

Vince Staples just landed his first-ever lead role in the indie feature, Punk. It’s lit.

Mary J. Blige pulled from her emotional depths usually reserved for songs and displayed superb acting chops in Dee Rees’ Mudbound film in 2017. The R&B star and new divorcee will take to the screen once again in a leading role in the upcoming horror-thriller, Body Cam.

It would be safe to say that Spike Lee’s Chi-raq trailer isn’t what people were expecting. The reviews have been mixed, but Rhymefest thinks Lee “exploited” the people of his home city by making the film into an adaptation of Lysistrata, the Greek play where women withheld sex to end war.

It’s official, Chris Rock will return as host of the Oscars next year. This means the show won’t be as boring as it’s been recently.

The trailer for the final Star Wars: The Force Awakens film has a lot of racists (and sexists) upset because the cast is fronted by a Black guy, and a woman. You can’t please everybody.

Will Smith‘s role in Concussion looks powerful, to say the least. The trailer for the film dropped today, giving us a first look at Smith playing a Nigerian doctor who discovered a link between excessive head trauma and mental illness in NFL players.

Your childhood should be happy with this story. A series based on the epic Disney film The Lion King is in the works, and Gabrielle Union will voice Nala.

Azealia Banks will make her silver screen debut in the musical drama, It Doesn’t Have to Rhyme, directed by RZA. The Lionsgate/Codeblack production is based on an aspiring rapper who finds her passion for slam poetry.