No stranger to superhero films, Michael B. Jordan plays double duty in the forthcoming Netflix movie ‘Raising Dion.’  Acting as the flick’s producer and featured actor, Jordan portrays the father of a young boy who is developing superhuman powers (telekinesis and teleportation to name a few).  As those powers increase, so does interest from shady government organizations and entities.

Centered around the child’s mother (portrayed by Alisha Wainwright) and her quest to keep him safe from the dangers that await, the lengths she goes through to protect him prove that a mother’s love may be the strongest superpower of all.

Look inside for the film’s first gripping trailer:


It’s been 6 long years since ‘Frozen’-mania swept the nation but now, as a newly unveiled trailer reveals, Elsa and the gang are coming back for a redo.

Picking up just where the original left off, the movie – which hits theaters on November 22nd – promises to give a bit of backstory on Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa’s (Idina Menzel) childhood in the enchanted forest.

A surefire way to complete Disney’s already colossal year of blockbusters, look inside for your first peek at round 2 of ‘Frozen’: (more…)

Oprah Winfrey is a keen promoter of well-being, but during a visit to the Ellen show today she revealed that her own health had been in a dangerous place.

After exchanging warm smiles and pleasantries with her neighbour, the media mogul revealed she was suffering from a condition that caused colossal concern for her doctors.

Details below…


For many, season 4 of ‘The Real Housewives Of Potomac’ has proven to be its breakout season!

A ratings success, the Bravo show has proven increasingly popular during its latest outing – thanks largely to its super juicy story arcs.

This Sunday sees the final part of the season 4 reunion special air, with the ladies addressing a number of hyper hot topics.

Per the newly unleashed trailer, the fireworks fly far, wide, and high between Karen, Ashley, Gizelle, Robyn, Monique, and Candiace. On the hot seat in earnest is Michael Darby, who made headlines after accusations by a male cameraman went viral.

Check out the latest RHOP reunion preview below…


At 50-years-old, Billy Porter‘s success narrative continues to prove his age “aint nothing but a number.”

Evidence of this could be found at the 71st Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 22) when the ‘Pose’ star walked away with the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role as ballroom emcee Pray Tell on the FX series.  Making him the first openly gay Black man in history to nab the honor, Porter made sure the audience knew it was one he didn’t take lightly.

“It took many years of vomiting up all the filth that I had been taught about myself, and half-believed, before I was able walk on the earth as though I had a right to be here,” Porter said, quoting James Baldwin. “I have the right, you have the right ― we all have the right!” 

Look below to see his acceptance speech in full:


The 2019 Emmy Awards certainly provided many-a-notable moment courtesy of the host of television stars who took to the stage to be honored.

Now, after upsets, heart-warming accepting speeches, and jaw-dropping fashion ensembles, see who walked away with the show’s biggest star – its coveted trophies!

A full winners list awaits below:


Jharrel Jerome‘s won an Emmy for “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie” for his portrayal of Korey Wise in the Ava Duvernay-directed Netflix mini-series ‘When They See Us.’

Based on the real life events surrounding the 1988 Central park jogger case that saw five men of color falsely prosecuted for charges related to sexual assault, Jerome’s performance in the four part streaming event was lauded by critics and viewers alike.

Now, the Emmy academy have echoed those sentiments.

Besting fellow nominees Mahershala Ali (True Detective), Benicio Del Toro (Escape at Dannemora), Hugh Grant (A Very English Scandal), Jared Harris (Chernobyl), Sam Rockwell (Fosse/Verdon) on Sunday’s awards show (September 22), Jerome – at just 21-years-old – becomes the youngest Black actor in the ceremony’s history to nab the trophy.

See his acceptance speech inside:


Black Hollywood showed up and out for  TV’s biggest night – the 71st annual Primetime Emmy Awards (which aired live tonight from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater).

Host-less this year, the FOX-showing celebrates the excellent efforts of some of TV’s best and brightest, in front of and behind the lens.  Before the telecast began handing out its coveted trophies, some of the night’s most talked about moments had already happened on the red carpet.

See all the fashion hits and misses inside…



Welcome to Retro Rewind, the original TGJ feature carved out to celebrate TV and Film’s glorious past.

Today, we’re revisiting the movie ‘Son of Ingagi’….the very first horror movie to be led by an African-American cast.
Released in 1940, the picture (which has nothing to do with the repulsive and racist movie ‘Ingagi’), ‘Son’ tells the tale of a couple who inherits the home of a doctor who recently returned with Africa with a dangerous “souvenir”.
Little does she know that her souvenir and the power it will come to possess which change her life…forever.
Watch, if you’re brave enough, below…


Lovie Simone has joined Blumhouse‘s remake of ‘The Craft.’

Casting news below…


In a dramatic development, Kenya Moore has announced she is to divorce her husband of two years Marc Daly.

Details below…


Dennis Rodman has revealed that he came extremely  close to impregnating Madonna.

A strange story below… (more…)