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The show from writer Marissa Jo Cerar and director Gina Prince-Bythewood will focus on Mamie Till Mobley, the mother of murdered teenager Emmitt Till
08/28/2020 by Rick Porter
The former South Carolina governor said Monday that, “in much of the Democratic Party, it’s now fashionable to say that America is racist.”
08/24/2020 by Associated Press
Take a look at the films that will disappear from the premium outlet this month.
09/04/2020 by Lexy Perez
A wave of coordinated social media activity in several Asian countries over the weekend urged for filmgoers to skip the movie because of past controversial comments made by its star Liu Yifei.
09/06/2020 by Patrick Brzeski
The new video for the track off her LP, 'The Album,' sees the musician dressing as Malcom X and donning a hoodie in honor of Trayvon Martin alongside footage and audio from violent police encounters with Black Americans.
09/04/2020 by Abbey White
"We must continue to fight to end systemic racism," host Keke Palmer shared in her opening remarks of the socially distanced awards show.
08/30/2020 by Sharareh Drury
News of the five-time Grammy nominee’s ill-health came just weeks after his last known performance, on a national live-stream during Jamaica’s Emancipation and Independence celebrations in August.
09/12/2020 by the Associated Press
'The Glorias' Trailer: Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander Are Feminist Firebrands in Gloria Steinem Biopic
Janelle Monáe, Lorraine Toussaint, Bette Midler and Monica Sanchez also star in the Julie Taymor-directed film based on Steinem's 2015 book, 'My Life on the Road.'
09/03/2020 by Abbey White
On July 23, the voice legend dropped a music video on YouTube titled "Son in Law" where he sings, acts and does a shimmy dance — all as President Trump.
08/19/2020 by Chris Gardner
Kim Kardashian, Kerry Washington, Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Ruffalo and Dwyane Wade are part of the campaign organized by a coalition of civil rights groups that want Instagram owner Facebook to curb racism, misinformation and hate speech on its platforms.
09/16/2020 by Natalie Jarvey
“We've been doing it now for six months, and last Friday we had 750,000 people following us across all platforms,” Fonda said of her latest virtual Fire Drill Friday.
09/09/2020 by Abbey White
If "Film Is a Fling, TV Is Like a Marriage": TV Directors on Everything From the Social Justice Movement to "Difficult" Actors
Anna Boden, Deborah Chow, Jon M. Chu, Alex Garland, Janet Mock and Jonathan Nolan discuss how the state of the world affects them ("The news just got darker and darker — I found myself not being able to concentrate"); what it's like to speak for an underrepresented community ("I just don't want to f*** up") and anxieties of going back on set: "Recession kills people the same way viruses do."
06/26/2020 by Rebecca Ford
The rules change comes 10 days after a number of businesses in Los Angeles reopened in protest of shutdown orders.
08/28/2020 by Emily Hilton
"Instead of focusing on the climate and listening to the scientific message, people are instead listening to and talking about me," the climate activist told a virtual Toronto Film Festival discussion.
09/19/2020 by Etan Vlessing
ViacomCBS Says CEO Was Investigated Over Sexual Misconduct Claim But Probe "Did Not Support the Allegation"
"An independent review of the alleged incident has concluded," the studio said in a statement regarding the claim made against Bob Bakish.
09/24/2020 by Etan Vlessing, Georg Szalai