‘The Batman’ has official found its Catwoman in actress Zoe Kravitz.
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ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a sixth and final season. And fireworks are promised!
The legal drama, which stars Emmy-winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.
For six years, viewers have been engrossed with the seemingly endless array of twists and titillating turns. And for its penultimate run, it looks as though they’ll be tied up in equally exciting fashion.
See what we mean below, where a sneak peek preview of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ season 6/episode 4 titled ‘I Hate The World’ awaits…
At its inception, Twitter stood as a watering hole for fans keen to use the platform to celebrate their favourite artists and engage in Pop culture-related conversation with their peers.
Since then, a number of these fans have risen to prominence and built lucrative careers on the wings of their social media stars.
Arguably the biggest? Nicki Minaj super fan Nas Maraj…or Lil Nas X.
Today the online community continues to shake its collective head after it emerged that the influential sister behind an account named ‘EmoBlackThot’ is actually…a brother.
What a tangled web we weave.
How Kehlani got caught up in it?
Find out below…
November 3rd brings with it the season 12 premiere of the ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta,’ but it looks like the sparks are flying already.
Cameramen recently caught up with a returning Kenya Moore during a promotional event for her haircare line and she didn’t hold back when quizzed on her foe Nene Leakes.
During her candid chat, the newly single reality staple branded her co-star a “bully” with “very few friends.”
Her words below…
This week brought with it the reunion of the ‘Girlfriends’ cast on ABC’s ‘black-ish’ and, in turn, ushered in a fresh wave of excitement about a possible reunion.
During a new interview with Charlamagne Tha God, Tracee Ellis-Ross, Golden Brooks, Persia White, and Jill Marie Jones, opened up about the abrupt end of the show’s initial run on The CW.
Revealing that it’s the first time they’ve collectively sat with each other and dialogued about the axing of the show, the ladies detailed how specific changes at the network was a key contributor to its dismantlement.
Jill Marie Jones also waxed honest about the circumstances surrounding the early departure of her character Joan, revealing the things she’d do differently if she could.
This week’s episode of ‘Black-ish’ (October 8) brings with it the highly teased and just as anticipated reunion of Tracee Ellis Ross, Golden Brooks, Persia White, and Jill Marie Jones – the stars of UPN’s iconic 2000’s series, ‘Girlfriends.’
Announced a month ago (as we reported here), the ladies have been on the promo trail since the news was first unveiled in support of the forthcoming feature. Expectedly, no interview to date has missed the opportunity to inquire about the status of a reunion movie or full on reboot of the television show (as it was cancelled abruptly in 2008 with no official finale).
The most recent chat on the subject came courtesy of ‘Black-ish’ resident star, Ross, as she dished with our friends at ‘Entertainment Weekly’ about what fans of the show can expect from the ‘Girlfriends’ and just what it would take to get a reunion movie in the works.
Entertainment mogul Tyler Perry may be no stranger to history-making as the plays and films he’s penned, directed, and/or starred in have made him one of Hollywood’s biggest names in front of and behind the scenes, over the weekend the 50-year-old saw his name penciled in history books for the grand opening of Tyler Perry Studios – a feat that made him the first African American to own a major film studio outright.
A massive complex in Atlanta, Georgia, the lot spans over 330 acres and is larger than the Burbank, California lots owned by Warner Brothers, Paramount, and Walt Disney Studios combined. Taking to “CBS This Morning” recently, Perry joined resident anchor Gayle King to reflect on his journey from homelessness to history-making achievements and all the doors slammed in his face (literally and figuratively) along the way.
Airing in full this morning (October 8), look inside for the insightful sit down: