Category Archives: Film & TV

Watch: Rev. Jesse Jackson Compares Michael Brown Killing to ‘A State Execution’


*We knew it would only be a matter of time before the Rev. Jesse Jackson weighed in on the killing of unarmed teenager, Michael Brown. Jackson appeared on MSNBC to talk about what was happening in Ferguson. He compared the killing of the unarmed teen to a “state execυtion.”

Jackson posed questions to the viewing audience as he addressed the situation. Continue reading

Well Go ‘Head With Your Bad Self: Angela Bassett Wows in Black Lingerie Photo Shoot (Look!)

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*Uh oh, Angela Bassett has put her game face on in a whole new way. We knew she was a heck of an actress, and yes, beautiful too. But whoa, take a look at these sexy new photos.

Ms. Bassett is bringing sexy back, and at the age of 55 it looks better than ever! Continue reading

Bring It On Please: Beyonce’s Music In Highly Anticipated ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Film?

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Deion Sanders Honored At 3rd Annual ‘Champions of Choice’ and 2014 ESPY Awards

Jalen Rose, Laila Ali, Blake Leeper, Kevin Chavous, Lisa Leslie, Shaun Robinson, and others

*(Los Angeles, CA)  - Los Angeles’ premiere hotel (rooftop), LUXE, held some of the greatest names in sports uniting for a good cause, honoring Football Hall of Famer, Deion Sanders, at the 3rd annual Champions for Choice event for the AFC in conjunction with the 2014 ESPY Awards.

The event was hosted by celebrity ambassadors: boxing champion Laila Ali, WNBA and six-time Olympian Lisa Leslie, NBA Veteran Jalen Rose and sports expert for ESPN Stephen A. Smith.

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Ever Wanted to Kick the A** Of A Co-worker? New Webseries ‘Confessions of A Witch Bitch’ Feeds the Fantasy


*Have you ever wanted to slap the mess out of your co-worker? What about the boss that makes you wonder why she even hired you because she clearly doesn’t like you? And those women in the office who do nothing but yak, yak, yak behind your back and then turn around and grin in your face?

Don’t you have daydreams about them slicing their finger off with the paper cutter, don’t lie.

If any of the above look familiar to you, you might want to check out “Witch Bitch,” a new web-TV series currently in development. Continue reading

Woo Hoo! ‘Transformers 4′ Annihilates Box Office With $100M Debut Weekend


Apologies seem to be in order to my fellow critics, many of whom apparently saw something different on the screen than I (a first-time Transformers viewer) when they came out with their wicked reviews of “Transformers: Age of Extinction.”

Tsk. Tsk. Tsk.

Based on the opening weekend box office, with $100 million speaking loud and clear, audiences seem to agree with me: Michael Bay’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction” is one kick-ass movie!

And according to Entertainment Weekly weekend box office reports, that’s only speaking domestically. Continue reading

Transformers: Age of Extinction Giveaway

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Prize redemption must be between 6/23/2014 – 6/25/2014. Continue reading

If You Didn’t Know, Now Ya Know: Black Women Run Hollywood (Watch)

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*Under the guise of the film, My Sister’s Wedding, star Jurnee Smollet is at what she believes is the opening night of the film at the Arclight Theater in the heart of Hollywood. But as she is escorted inside, she is met by a shrouded Meagan Good, who escorts her “underground,” to a secret society of women the likes of Alfre Woodard, Tracy Ellis Ross, and Loretta Devine – all wearing monk-like, hooded robes and acting very mysterious.

In the dungeon-like atmosphere, while footage of vintage black and white films show black women in minor roles, Woodard steps forth and asks the startled young actress “Haven’t you ever wondered why black women play such minor roles in movies, why more of us aren’t directors or producers? And Smollet responds, shrugging, “Racism, sexism, both?”

“We have been flying under the radar darling,” Woodard responds with a smug smile, “to maintain complete control. Every movie you see, every song you think you like, every TV show in your DVR…

Loretta Divine interrupts,

“We put them there sugar.” Continue reading