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Ice Cube’s ‘Last Friday’ Might Hit Theaters Sooner Than You Think

Ice Cube isn’t done with his Friday franchise just yet.

The rapper, actor, and screenwriter still has plans to make the fourth installment in the comedic series, but says it has to be done “right” or not at all. 159 more words

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Screen Magic: Queen Latifah Is Making A New Film Starring Mike Epps & T.I.

Queen Latifah is co-producing a new comedy that will star T.I. and Mike Epps.

Directed by Chris Robinson, the indie comedy Trap follows the story of a man (T.I.) who… 157 more words

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The Official Trailer For Donald Glover’s FX Show ‘Atlanta’ Is Here

FX has been dropping elusive clips of Donald Glover‘s upcoming show Atlanta all year. Now, the extended trailer is here and gives us even more deets about what’s happening on the show. 127 more words

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Larry Wilmore’s ‘The Nightly Show’ Canceled After Ratings Dive

Comedic veteran Larry Wilmore will say goodbye to The Nightly Show viewers on Thursday night, less than two years after the pilot episode aired.

Comedy Central announced Monday that the network will air its final episode on Thursday at 11:30 p.m. 553 more words

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'Bad Boys 3' Gets New Title & Release Date

The much-anticipated Bad Boys 3 starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence just got a new name and, unfortunately, a new release date.

Sony revealed to Entertainment Weekly that the third installment of the franchise would be titled… 223 more words

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CodeBlack Films Has An Angela Davis Biopic In The Works

CodeBlack Films, a division of Lionsgate and CodeBlack Entertainment — the first independent, vertically integrated African-American-owned film studio — is developing a biopic film about renowned  244 more words

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5 Reasons Why Netflix's Luke Cage Is The Hero We've Been Waiting For

Last month at the San Diego Comic-Con, fans were finally given a preview of Netflix’s Luke Cage series. While he appeared in Jessica Jones previously, there were questions about Marvel’s ability to pull off a show with mostly Black characters.  750 more words

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