Looks like ABC is not about to let the Roseanne revival die, even after its titular star, in a state of allegedly Ambien-fueled racism, sent out a tweet describing former Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett as a product of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Planet of the Apes.
The blackest Marvel movie is making its way to America’s blackest museum.
Trailblazing director Ava DuVernay can add another important “first” to her list. With A Wrinkle In Time, she’s become the first black female director whose movie earned more than $100 million domestically.
Charlamagne tha God is bringing his controversial questions and topics to HBO.
Luke Cage is coming back to us for a second season, and this time, shit gets real! There are new characters, like Mariah Dillard’s (Alfre Woodard) estranged daughter, played by Gabrielle Dennis, and we get to see Woodard be sexy in her new love affair with Shades.
Have you watched season 2 of Dear White People yet? If you haven’t, what are you waiting for? This season digs deeper into the issues that black students in a white college face, like subtle and blatant racism, and, honestly, those that a kid in any college might face, like dealing with pregnancy, depression, coming…
It was only a matter of time before we’d see “Michael Jackson: The Musical.”
Michael B. Jordan is back in the ring as Adonis Creed in MGM’s Creed II, and it looks as if an old-school rivalry is getting a reboot. Life has changed for Creed: He’s now a father and is still trying to live down his own father’s legacy.
Akon is no stranger to innovation. In 2014 the Senegal-born singer launched Lighting Africa, an initiative that is bringing solar power across the continent.
There are certain moments in Black Twitter history that you had to be there for in order to understand their cultural significance. Among those are the infamous “Meet Me in Temecula” fight that never happened, #HasJustineLandedYet, the revelation that Mojizel allegedly had a daughter he was hiding/not taking care of,…
Following the blockbuster success of Straight Outta Compton, Dr. Dre is at the reins of another movie project, this time a much anticipated film about legendary soul singer Marvin Gaye.
Did you know that R&B was renamed as “rhythm & blues” from “race music” by Billboard magazine in 1949? The name change reflected upwardly mobile Negroes working diligently to change their social and economic statuses. But, of course, with growth and downright swag comes theft. R&B caught the ears of white audiences,…
The world of Wakanda inundated this year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards, and we’re not mad about it at all.
If nothing else, we all know that Beyoncé and Jay-Z are about their money. Every move they make in business is calculated, and this latest one from Jigga is no exception. As global shoe and sportswear company Puma looks to get back in the basketball game, it has tapped Jay-Z to be the president of Puma’s basketball…
Are you ready, #BodegaHive?
Updated: Monday, June 18, 2018, 6:50 p.m. EDT: According to WPLG-TV, XXXTentacion was shot in Deerfield Beach, Fla., not Miami.
As part of a new initiative to promote diversity, HBO will tell the story of Yusuf Hawkins in the film Storm Over Brooklyn. Hawkins was the black teenager who was trapped by a group of white youths in Bensonhurst, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, and shot to death in 1989.
Kim Kardashian—who recently helped commute the sentence of 63-year-old Alice Johnson—is using her privilege yet again to bring attention to a prisoner she believes has been wrongly convicted.
Responding to rumors published online last week, a representative for Bill Cosby spoke out Friday to assert that “there are no issues” in Bill and Camille Cosby’s marriage.