After Sony agreed to let Spider-Man join the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the call have returned with a fervor for Miles Morales — the Afro-Latino Spider-Man from the Ultimate Universe — to be in the next big-screen Spider-Man flick.
Lupita Nyong’o’s speech at ESSENCE’s Black Women In Hollywood Lunch this weekend was incredibly moving.
You’d be excused for mistaking this film for ‘Tyler Perry’s The Best Man Holiday.’
Movies like ‘The Butler’ feel a lot like watching someone sing gospel at The Apollo — regardless of the execution, the only reaction the audience is really allowed to have is polite, respectful applause.
Ava Duvernay won the Best Director award at Sundance last year for Middle of Nowhere, her quiet, affecting drama about a woman (Emayatzy Corinealdi) trying to hold her marriage together while her husband is in prison. (DuVernay was the first black woman to win the award.) There’s a whole lot to like about the film, Read More
On this week’s ep, Joel, Jamelle and G.D. are joined by Slate’s Aisha Harris and Prof. Sarah Jackson of Northeastern University to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s messy, subversive, confounding slavery revenge flick, “Django Unchained.”
Finally, the true story of the world’s most celebrated auteur.
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By Guest Contributor MK, cross-posted from Prison Culture with permission. On April 19, 1989, a young woman who was jogging through Central Park in New York City was found badly beaten. She had also been raped. I have written briefly about the case before in comparing it to Scottsboro. However, I want to return to Read More
King Solomon wrote in the Book of Ecclesiastes that there’s nothing new under the sun, and that was circa 970 B.C., so you can imagine how recycled and overwarmed pretty much everything is now. As a pop culture connoisseur, I find Solomon’s screed particularly true of contemporary lit, film, and TV. Take any show, flick, Read More