The world lost its ‘Black Panther’ in August when the incomparable Chadwick Boseman died after a private four-year battle with colon cancer. He was just 43.

Beyond the immeasurable devastation felt by the star’s family, friends, and fans, the loss also cast a cloud of doubt and debate over the the forthcoming ‘Black Panther’ sequel.

As reported, Boseman had been in preparations to return in the title role at the time of his passing.

Some mulled the possibility of Marvel Studios using digital technology to include his character of T’Challa, as has been the case with other films faced with such predicaments.

However, the studio’s Executive Vice President has made clear that won’t be the case.

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Kevin Hart is back with an all-new stand-up comedy special for Netflix, boldly titled ‘Zero F*cks Given.’

With the current climate demanding that entertainers veer outside of the box, the superstar answers with a unique show – filmed in his living room.

Set to arrive on the streamer November 17, ‘Zero F*cks’ lives up to its billing with the funnyman leaving no stone unturned.

Performing against the backdrop of his fireplace at home, Hart dishes on male group chats, sex after 40, his cheating scandal and life during the global health crisis.

Ahead of its premiere, check out the full-length trailer below…


Save the date for the Liddles!

After topping TV ratings with the 2019 holiday film ‘Merry Liddle Christmas’ (click here to read more), Kelly Rowland, Thomas Cardot, Debbi Morgan, Bresha Webb, and the gang reunite for the network’s first-ever Christmas sequel, ‘Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding.’

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Mark those calendars, because ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ is back!

As reported, HBO Max will reunite the stars of the hit sitcom in salute of its 30th anniversary.

Anchored by Will Smith, the NBC show launched in 1990 and wrapped in 1996 after six massively successful seasons.

The reunion special premieres November 19.

Produced by Smith’s Westbrook Media, the one-off will feature appearances from the likes of Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Joseph Marcell, Daphne Maxwell Reid and Alfonso Ribeiro, and DJ Jazzy Jeff.

And, in a move that excited many, Janet Hubert (the original Aunt Viv) will also appear.

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Almost 25-years after its release, ‘Waiting To Exhale’ made headlines again this week when actress Loretta Devine revealed that a revival of sorts was in the works.

And while the news excited some, others weren’t as welcoming of what appeared to be a “sequel” to the original. Especially given how coveted the classic film is and the tragic absence of Whitney Houston, who died in 2012.

Well, Terry McMillan – the revered writer of the like-titled novel that formed the basis of the movie – has provided clarity.

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December 22 will mark the 25th anniversary of the release of ‘Waiting to Exhale‘ – the groundbreaking film adaptation of Terry McMillan‘s equally game-changing novel about the stories of four Black female friends balancing romance, parenthood, and more with the demands of their respective professions.

With its main characters portrayed by GRAMMY & EMMY Award-winning Pop icon Whitney Houston, Academy & EMMY Award nominee Angela Bassett, EMMY Award winner Loretta Devine, and Lela Rochon, ‘Exhale’ grossed over 5 times its budget at box offices and broke boundaries for the way women of color were portrayed in movies along the way.

As calls for such positive media representation is at its highest now, Tamron Hall – who welcomed Devine and her ‘Spell’ co-star Omari Hardwick as guests on her top-rated talk show last week – quizzed the actress on if the highly celebrated flick will be among many getting a reboot in the near future.

Devine’s answer was a shocker.  Details inside:


Eva Longoria found herself out of favor with some corners of the internet this week, following an interview on MSNBC.

As reported, the ‘Desperate Housewives’ actress appeared to downplay the importance of the Black vote in delivering Joe Biden and Kamala Harris their historic win in the US presidential election in her spotlighting of the Latin impact.

Shortly after, she apologised.

And now she returned to MSNBC, this time on The Reid Out to re-affirm her apology and spotlight how crucial the Black vote was.

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Jennifer Lopez‘s big day at the box office has been delayed.

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Much to fan delight, the mystery of Sparrow Academy will continue to unravel as Netflix has announced ‘The Umbrella Academy’ is coming back for a third season!

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‘Virgo Tendencies’ singer KeKe Palmer has a tendency of ruffling feathers with her outspoken nature on social media, a habit that’s earned her harsh criticism over the years.

As such, it came to the surprise of few when the triple threat diva was the center of controversy for a now-deleted tweet that saw her suggest EBT card purchases be limited to healthy foods.

Though she eventually removed the post from her Twitter profile, its damage was done quickly as it incited a number of fiery comments – many asserting Palmer’s recommendation (given her assumed financial advantages) was insensitive to people who rely on the governmentally-assisted food program.

Eventually tired of the hoopla, KeKe returned to social media to offer a lengthy clapback.

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A new Jordan Peele movie is coming soon.

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Eva Longoria is clearing the air.

The actress was recently slammed for her comments about Latina women being the real heroines of the 2020 presidential election (as we reported here). Now the ‘Desperate Housewives’ star is attempting to clarify those comments.

Her words below: