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Girls Trip Is First $100M Movie To Be Produced, Written, Directed And Starring African-Americans

When Thursday’s take comes in tomorrow, Universal’s Girls Trip will have crossed the $100M mark domestically, making it the first film to be produced ( 1,415 more words

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First Look: Trailer For Sammy Davis Jr, Documentary 'I've Gotta Be Me'

The first major documentary about legendary entertainer Sammy Davis, Jr. has released the first trailer ahead of its premiere next month at the Toronto International Film Festival… 151 more words

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'New Edition Story's' Algee Smith Joins Amandla Stenberg In 'The Hate U Give'

Detroit” actor Algee Smith has joined “The Hate U Give,” Fox 2000’s adaptation of the Black Lives Matter YA novel of the same name from first-time author Angela Thomas. 202 more words

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Laz Alonso On Playing John Conyers In The Film 'Detroit'

Detroit opens nationwide today. When asked about the film Alonso said, “I think this film is perfect for the times. Unfortunately, it’s very appropriate for what’s been happening in the last 24 months.” 196 more words

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MSNBC'S Joy-Ann Reid Is Crushing Competition In Her Weekend Time Slots

MSNBC is literally jumping for joy.

Anchor Joy-Ann Reid has been pulling in big numbers for the cable news channel with her weekend show “AM Joy” on weekend mornings. 166 more words

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Moms Don't Play According To Halle Berry In Her New Movie 'Kidnap'

Kidnap starring Halle Berry comes out tomorrow Friday, August 4. She talks with the TJMS crew about the strong role of a mother in this film. 213 more words

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#HollywoodStillWhite: Report Says Diversity Remains Elusive

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In 2016 “Moonlight” won best picture and “Hidden Figures” was the 14th highest grossing film of the year, but popular Hollywood films remained as white and male-dominated as ever. 779 more words

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