Sterling K. Brown is no stranger to layered roles and triumphs with his most captivating character yet – Cliff in the critically-acclaimed ‘American Fiction.’

Adding to a rich tapestry of transformations, the performance has seen the Emmy Award winner nominated for his first-ever Academy Award.

And deservingly so.

Ahead of the film’s release in UK cinemas, That Grape Juice sat down with Brown to discuss the intricate layers of his character in the Cord Jefferson production, his sources of inspiration given the many intersectionalities Cliff embodies, and more.

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There’s no love lost between D.L. Hughley and Mo’Nique. And, after the latter lit up the drama afresh during an interview on Club Shay Shay, it appears the beef in back on the griddle.

As extensively reported, the comedians clashed in 2022 over remarks Mo made about business dealings relating to a show they both performed on. Speaking during her stand-up show, she labelled Hughley a “b*tch *n*gga.”

That resulted in an online war of words between the stars, which shockingly saw the outspoken comedienne rope in the m*lestation of Hughley’s daughter into the discourse. A move she eventually apologized for.

However, in the wake of her making less than endorsing comments about Hughley during her already viral sit-down with Shannon Sharpe, her rival has let rip in a major way.

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In ‘Parallel,’ a grieving mother trying grapple with life after the tragic loss of her child finds herself coming face-to-face with a parallel universe’s version of herself – a circumstance that could hold the key to the freedom from her grief or one that could keep her captive forever.

Starring award-winning actress Danielle Deadwyler in the lead role, the sci-fi thriller – directed by Kourosh Ahari – boasts a cast of familiar faces including Aldis Hodge, Jonathan Keasey, Edwin Hodge (who also serve as producers of the film).

A loose reimagining of the 2019 Chinese movie ‘Parallel Forest,’ the Deadwyler-led flick is set to leap into select US theaters and on VOD starting February 23.

Ahead of its premiere, look inside for the gripping trailer.


Chrisean Rock is embroiled in yet more drama today.

For, the controversial reality TV figure and social media staple has been sued for assault and the use of a homophobic slur.

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Mo’Nique is speaking up and out in the wake of Taraji P. Henson‘s viral interview about unequal pay as a Black actress.

As reported, ‘The Color Purple’ star broke down in tears when relaying the struggles she’s encountered receiving equal parity.

Many made an alignment between Henson’s sentiments and those Mo’Nique articulated during her public beef with the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Lee Daniels, and Tyler Perry relating to ‘Precious’ and the fallout that followed.

Sitting down for an interview with Shannon Sharpe on Club Shay Shay today (February 7), addressed the comparisons folk have been making.

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The latest installment of the wildly popular horror-thriller film franchise ‘A Quiet Place’ is ready to make noise at movie box offices once again – this time in the form of a prequel.

Considered the first official ‘Quiet’ spinoff, the new flick shows how the residents of New York City – one of the globe’s most populated (and noisiest) metropolitan areas – fares against the alien invasion that demand silence when they first arrived to Earth.

Written and directed by Michael Sarnoski, the origin story precedes ‘A Quiet Place III’ – which is due in theaters in 2025.
Ahead of the arrival of ‘Day One’ on June 28, hop inside to see the official first look trailer.


The Braxtons are officially returning to WE tv for an all-new reality show.

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The ‘Real Housewives of Potomac’ are back!

Gone are the days when the Madams of Maryland squabbled over etiquette. Because in the show’s eighth season, the drama escalates to new levels.

‘Potomac’ staples Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Candiace Dillard, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Wendy Osefo, and Mia Thornton are all back in the mix and stirring up must-see TV. Newcomer Nneka Ihim has joined the ladies and causes an instant stir too.

With the twists and turns already underway, check out a preview of episode 13 of season 8 below…


After thrilling comedy lovers with his previous Netflix titles ‘Don’t Take It Personal’ (2015), ‘Only One Mike’ (2019), and ‘Indiana Mike’ (2022), award-winning comic-actor Mike Epps is teeing up for a redo with his newest endeavor with the streamer: ‘Ready to Sell Out.’

Executive produced by Epps, ‘Ready’ is a must-see hourlong stand-up special that sees the seasoned funnyman give his unique and hilarious take on everything from fatherhood to his personal life, politics, current events, and so much more.

Ahead of its premiere on February 20, hop inside to see the official trailer of the Royale Watkins-directed flick.


Married to Medicine’ is back for its 10th season and according to the thermometer, the drama is scorching!

The popular Bravo series chronicles the lives of a group of ladies – some of whom work in the medical field and others who are married to those who do.

This installment is already making for addictive viewing.

Dr. Jackie, Dr. Simone, Dr. Heavenly, Quad Webb, and Toya Bush-Harris are all back on board.

‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ alum Phaedra Parks joins the ladies as a full-time cast member alongside Lateasha Lunceford – the new wife of Dr. Gregory Lunceford, Quad’s ex-husband!

Want to know what the ladies are up to?

 Check out the sneak peek preview of ‘Married to Medicine’ episode 13 / season 10 below…


In a shock move, Kandi Burruss has announced her departure from the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta.’

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Since it was first handed out in 1959, the Best Audio Book, Narration, and Storytelling Recording GRAMMY (previously known as Best Spoken Word Album) has celebrated the audio versions of some of modern history’s best books and authors.

Before the show’s 66th annual ceremony, only 4 people could boast having earned multiple wins in the category. That changed Sunday night (February 4) thanks to former First Lady Michelle Obama‘s 2022 best-seller ‘The Light We Carry.’