Queen of Hip H0p Soul Mary J. Blige serves up regal fierce for the latest cover of ‘Variety.’ 

Taking to the publication to dish on her critically acclaimed new movie, ‘Mudbound’ (set for select theaters and Netflix premiere on November 17th), the singer/songwriter graced the pages alongside the movie’s co-stars, Dee Rees and Carey Mulligan.

The film – based on the Hillary Jordan novel of the same name – also stars Jason Clarke, Jason Mitchell, Garrett Hedlund, Rob Morgan, and Jonathan Banks.   Curious to see what this awesomely assembled crew came up with?

See the Netflix revealed trailer inside:


Kanye West and Kim Kardashian‘s family unit is expanding.

For, the couple are reportedly expecting their third child.

Full story below…


Laverne Cox has found a friend and employer in Beyonce.

After revealing that they had been hard at work on a new project, Cox was elated to reveal that she is the new face of Ivy Park, Bey’s new clothing brand.


Holiday maven Mariah Carey is bringing her special brand of festive to the animated movie arena.

As reported, Mimi’s classic ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ is being spun into a cartoon film – voiced by Carey herself.

The flick, which features the iconic track together with a brand new song, arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray later this year. And to whet appetites, the diva has unwrapped a first look trailer.

Check it out after the jump…


Mark those calendars because ‘Scandal’ is back for one last run.

Shonda Rhimes‘ political drama returns on October 7th and promises a colossal climax for Olivia Pope and co.

Season 6 ended in dramatic fashion and in many ways changed the landscape of the entire show. But it also wrapped leaving several questions to explore for its 7th and final season.

Ahead of its premiere, ABC have unleashed a titillating trailer…


Disney has been accused of attempting to white wash their Guy Ritchie-led ‘Aladdin‘ reboot after creating and placing a brand new white character with no ties to the original movie and throwing him into the mix.

Why it now faces the threat of a boycott?

Full story below…


Porsha Williams, the star of Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’, has revealed that she is to take to the stage for a ‘Two Can Play That Game’ remake alongside Vivica A. Fox.

Good news for the fan favourite below…


Adele may be heading to the big screen!

Details on her supposed ties to a remake of the Dickens classic ‘Oliver Twist’ below.


‘Insecure’ has us hooked!

The HBO comedy has struck a chord with millions thanks to its wonderfully witty and immersive take on the story of two friends – Issa and Molly.

Anchored by Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji, the series is set in Los Angeles and follows the ladies as the navigate love, life, and all else in between.

The season 2 finale airs this coming Sunday. Peep a preview for ‘Hella Perspective’ below…


VH1 look set to heat things up this winter with a new addition to the ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ franchise.

Naturally named ‘Love & Hip-Hop Miami,’ the freshly announced production arrives in January and, as reported, will be anchored by Trina, Trick Daddy, and Pretty Ricky.

So what can folk expect?

Well, we caught up with creator Mona Scott-Young at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards and she spilled all.

She also had a word for those who critique her shows for their (arguably negative) depiction of Blackness.

See what she had to say above and then let us know…

Your thoughts?

Epic movie alert!

Heading to theatres soon is ‘Brown Girl Begins’ inspired by Nalo Hopkinson‘s ‘Brown Girl in the Ring’ penned in 1998.

Built on the back of crowdfunding the movie tells the following tale..

In 2049 the poor are confined to an island off the mainland of Toronto renamed The Burn. Ti-Jeanne, a reluctant priestess, must resurrect Caribbean spirits and survive the possession ritual that killed her mother or her people will die.

More below…


The fall-out from L’Oreal‘s axing of a transgender model continues.

As reported, Munroe Bergdorf was dropped from the cosmetics giant’s new diversity driven campaign after comments she made about White supremacy following the violence in Charlottesville were “taken out of context” and published by a newspaper.

In the time since the news hit, there has been an outpouring of support for Bergdorf and a b(l)acklash of  sorts against L’Oreal from many critics.

With the drama snowballing into a bigger debate, the mixed raced model was invited onto Channel 4 News to expound on her stance.

See what she had to say below…


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