With the hype being bestowed upon Kevin Spacey and his third season of House of Cards, it might be easy to forget that there are some really great Hip-Hop movies on Netflix, too.
As accusations against Bill Cosby continue to roll in, Samuel L. Jackson shared his thoughts on the entertainer in the “Plead the Fifth” segment on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live.
The film industry, which is designed to make dreams manifest on the big screen, has a very limited in scope in matters of race. An even sadder side of the game is exposed when film goers, fans, etc. react when a Black actor or actress takes the role of a traditionally white character.
Samuel L. Jackson is a bad man. The renowned actor can still kick his famed “Ezekiel” speech from Pulp Fiction from memory, and he did so on the BBC’s The Graham Norton Talk Show.
Disney-Pixar are cashing on with some of their most established characters as the multi-billionaire dollar brand made a bombshell announcement via their official Twitter account.
Samuel L. Jackson is a world renowned Black actor. Laurence Fishburne is a world renowned Black actor. They looking nothing alike.
Tupac “2Pac” Shakur was just as known for his acting chops along with his celebrated rap career, and showed range in classic films such as Juice and Poetic Justice. But according to an industry insider, 2Pac was pegged to read for a part in one of Hollywood’s most beloved franchises in George Lucas’ Stars Wars […]